Voters oppose the Trump administration's new standards for asylum but are not overwhelmingly against it, according to a poll released Wednesday.
According to a new Morning Consult/Politico poll, 40 percent of voters said running from domestic and gang violence should not be grounds for asylum. Only 45 percent ...
National Security Adviser John R. Bolton on Wednesday defended the Trump administration's decision to withdraw from the United Nation's Human Rights Council.
"Clearly, it's the right decision to get off," Mr. Bolton said during an interview on Fox News' "Fox & Friends."
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley and Secretary of State ...
Many think Beijing will pick up where the president left off on green energy. Not so much.
After decades of artfully swindling American experts and businesses, the Chinese government is beginning to face a reckoning.
What’s terrifying about Trump is that he seems to prefer dictators to our democratic allies everywhere.
It turned out that what mattered was not the consultant class or the experts or political whiz-kids. What mattered was the voters.
Donald Trump is making George W Bush’s same fatal mistake by showing heartlessness in a time of crisis
The SPLC smears individuals and groups it differs with by labeling them as some form of "hater": "racist," "white supremacist," "extremist" and the like.
The real monstrosity of the story is the detention center in San Diego, Calif., just inside the wall where the children are kept until they are allowed to wave goodbye to their parents through cloudy plexiglass, before the parents are loaded into black buses and deported.
Hezbollah is spreading not so much as a physical presence but as an ideology that is winning militant backers. As a result, its actions must be recognized as a global threat that warrant an international response.
If the stakes were not so high, the 568-page report issued last week by the Justice Department Office of the Inspector General (A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of
Donald Trump is attacking Peter Strzok, the FBI and the Justice Department in order to pre-emptively discredit the results of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Under investigation and with his own reputation in question, the former FBI director is no longer the reliable, trustworthy source he once seemed.