Grilled by Fox News host, GOP senator defends BLM
Fox News viewers witnessed a lively debate between a show host and a U.S. senator this week, on the cable network’s most-watched program, and a constituent says he was ashamed at what he saw.
Given the opportunity, more than 30 governors are telling President Donald Trump that their states will continue to accept refugees. But a well-respected blogger is speaking up on behalf of communities across America that are footing the millions it takes for resettlement.
A high-ranking officer of the Indian Army and editor of a peer-reviewed quarterly military journal backs India's parliamentary decision to prevent some immigrants from entering the country, while others can still seek citizenship under the law.
After the leader of a neighboring Arab nation made a public proclamation about the trend of dis-igniting the volatile “Powder Keg” of the Middle East, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had some encouraging words of his own.
After New York prosecutors charged 96 MS-13 gang members and their posse with multiple crimes, local and federal law enforcement are calling the bust the largest gang takedown in state history.
At the same time President Donald Trump is being criticized over a massive spending bill, an immigration watchdog says Democratic lawmakers have given the President funding for a border wall.
A GOP congressman and former law enforcement officer is waiting patiently for the House Judiciary Committee to possibly consider lengthier prison sentences for terrorists who commit violent acts against the innocent.
A U.S.-born Israeli author and expert on terrorism says America must pressure Saudi Arabia to do a better job of screening its citizens who want to come to the states for military training.
A U.S.-born Israeli author and terrorism expert says a controversial group known as the Black Hebrew Israelites are, in fact, no friends of Israel.
A former U.S. Army officer recently pardoned by President Donald Trump believes others like himself have "fallen victim to tainted political nonsense" and deserve to be returned to their families, having served their country well.
An outspoken critic of radical Islam is asking why Saudi nationals, including the air force pilot who shot and wounded American citizens last week, were allowed to undergo flight training in the United States.
At the same time NATO members are discussing a stronger, unified defense against Russia, another powerful enemy lurks far away in the Pacific. That enemy is China.
At the same time a minor scandal has emerged at the NATO summit over gossip-like talk about President Trump, a national security expert says the president has emerged as a leader of the security alliance.
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