Man faces harassment charges after attack on Latino mayor

BURIEN, Wash. (AP) - Authorities are considering malicious harassment charges against a 62-year-old man who turned himself in after a suburban Seattle mayor reported a racially-motivated attack.

The King County Sheriff's Office said the man turned himself in to police Monday night after Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta said that an ...

Senate committees plan Russia threat hearings

Two high-powered Senate committees are teaming up to hold a string of hearings on the challenge posed by Russia, U.S. sanctions policies toward Moscow and Russia's impact on relations in NATO and with other U.S. allies.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, and Senate Banking Committee Chairman ...

In wake of shooting, gun ownership under debate in Toronto

TORONTO (AP) - Of all the things people in Toronto are horrified by in the aftermath of the shooting that killed two people and injured 13, this stands out: The man responsible had a handgun.

To mass shooting-weary America - where there are about 300 million guns of all kinds ...

Media ‘overreaction’? Jeff Sessions hammered for ‘lock her up’ response

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is under fire for briefly repeating the inflammatory phrase “lock her up” during the Turning Point USA High School Summit on Tuesday as the crowd chanted the anti-Hillary Clinton rallying cry. But some media watchdogs feel Sessions is being wrongly accused by reporters of joining the chant.

Liberal 2020 hopefuls quote Bible in call to reject Brett Kavanaugh

Liberal 2020 presidential hopefuls quoted from the Bible Tuesday, saying the responsibility of the Senate to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court is a moral choice.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said the choice is between a pro-corporate court or one that sides with ...

Mitch McConnell says Brett Kavanaugh will get vote before election

Judge Brett Kavanaugh will get a vote on the Senate floor before this year's congressional elections, the chamber's top Republican vowed Tuesday, insisting there's a limit to how long Democrats will be allowed to delay.

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said they're trying to reach an agreement with Democrats over access ...

Election meddling, local issues clash before the House Oversight committee

Democrats on the House Oversight committee on Tuesday failed to secure the public testimony of Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats to discuss election security, while local and state officials told the panel the true responsibility of upholding the nation's democracy rests with U.S. citizens.

During a hearing exploring federal ...

None Dared Call It Treason – When It Was a Democrat

Ned Ryun, American Greatness
The past week of Russia hysteria has me longing for the good old days. Like 2009, when a Democratic president could pull missile defense systems out of Poland and the Czech Republic to appease Vladimir Putin without facing charges of treason. Or 2010, when

The Liberal War on Work

Stephen Moore, Investor's Business Daily
Once upon a time, "work for welfare" was a pretty accepted notion. In 1996, Bill Clinton signed a strict workfare bill, which was so popular that it helped him get reelected.

Shark’s Advice: Ignore the Trump Circus, Focus on the Policy

Kevin O'Leary, The Hill
Then, Trump comes along. He is like a honey badger; he does not care about historic protocol. Maybe you like him, maybe you don’t. Maybe you are like me and no longer listen to the rhetoric, the tweets, the constant hysteria of news networks barking for or against him. If you are trying to make investment decisions, it's mostly useless information.