Republicans say Biden's $3.5T spending bill will spur cultural decline and sap the work ethic

As Democrats forge ahead with unilateral negotiations on President Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending package, Republicans – and at least one Dem

Nikki Haley slams Biden for attending Congressional Baseball Game amid Afghanistan, border crisis

Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, slammed President Biden on Wednesday for attending the Congressional Baseball Game

Obama calls open borders 'unsustainable,' migrant crisis 'heartbreaking'

Former President Obama called for comprehensive immigration reform to fix a "dysfunctional" system as the Biden administration grapples with

Milley, Austin, McKenzie testify on chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal at Senate hearing

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and head of U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie

Cruz mocks Ocasio-Cortez in Senate floor speech, challenges Dems to 'go see the Biden cages'

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz mocked Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her previous visit to a migrant facility, and issued a "simple c

How Haitian migrants are flooding the border in Texas with Big Tech's help

For the final leg of his journey from Chile to the United States, Haitian migrant Fabricio Jean followed detailed instructions sent to him vi

EU official says growing feeling in Europe that U.S.-trans Atlantic partnership is 'broken'

A top European Union (EU) official warned that there is a growing feeling among Europeans that the U.S.-trans Atlantic relationship is "broke

Harris 'deeply troubled' by images of Border Patrol agents on horseback blocking migrants, agents respond

Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday said she is "deeply troubled" by images from the border showing Border Patrol agents on horseback blo

Republicans may abandon infrastructure bill because Pelosi 'linked' it with reconciliation: GOP Rep. Johnson

As Democrats charge ahead with writing their massive $3.5 trillion spending bill, which they aim to pass on a party-line vote through budget

Biden's push to combat COVID disapproved by roughly half of Americans: poll

Roughly half of all Americans disapprove of the push by President Biden to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for up to 100 million American workers,

Dem-backed voting rights bill faces legal threat from 23 states: 'Unnecessary but also unconstitutional'

A coalition of 23 state attorneys general is sending a letter to congressional leaders Tuesday threatening to sue to prevent the implementati

Newsom team: No scenario where we lose recall election

Gov. Gavin Newsom's team seems to be striking a confident tone just a day before Tuesday's California recall election, and said that there's

Biden broke campaign promise to not tax anyone making less than $400,000: Rep. French Hill

Rep. French Hill, R-Ark., while discussing the Democrats' massive spending plan, argued that President Biden already broke his campaign promi

Fauci on COVID-19: US lacking ‘modestly good control’ over pandemic

The U.S. is logging daily COVID-19 infections at a rate more than 10 times the threshold needed to suppress the pandemic, according to Dr. An

State Department on Afghan refugees in US: 'We're doing accountings on the back end'

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the State Department is doing "accountings on the back end" as Afghan evacuees arrive in the United St

Sen. Hagerty picks up 'shock' from US allies over Biden's Afghanistan exit

Sen. Bill Hagerty, after meeting with U.S. allies in Europe last week, told Fox News Monday that there was a "palpable frustration" with Pres

Ida remnants bring death, destruction to Northeast, days after storm slammed Gulf Coast

A 70-year-old man was reported dead in New Jersey, a 19-year-old man was found dead in Maryland and New York City authorities reported at lea

Afghanistan on verge of humanitarian ‘catastrophe,’ World Food Programme warns

DOHA, Qatar - One-third of Afghanistan is facing food insecurity amid the Taliban takeover, according to the United Nations' World Food Progr

US Navy, Coast Guard ships enter Taiwan Strait, irking China: reports

At least two U.S. vessels entered the Taiwan Strait on Friday, in what Chinese officials described as a "provocative" move, according to repo

Taliban commit 'house-to-house executions' in Kabul after US exit as chilling audio demonstrates Afghans' fear

Horrifying audio of distant gunshots appears to confirm reports of "house-to-house executions" as the Taliban asserts control of Kabul and Af