The New York Times acknowledged Tuesday that it had overstated the service record of Nathan Phillips, the American Indian protester whose confrontation with a group of Catholic-school students has become a national and press scandal.
The country's fiscal picture is so bad that Rep. John Yarmuth, the new Democratic chairman of the House Budget Committee, says he doesn't see a realistic way to write a budget that will get to ...
Senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr has provided a point-by-point narrative of his actions promoting the 2016 Democratic Party-financed dossier that conflicts with Rep. Adam B. Schiff's official version, according to a comparison of the ...
A private school in Kentucky apologized Saturday after its students were filmed mocking a Native American elder nearly the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Women's March national co-chair Tamika D. Mallory refused to say whether Israel has a "right to exist" during an interview that's set to air on PBS Friday night.
Vice President Mike Pence defended his wife Thursday against criticism over her job at a Christian school that prohibits homosexual or bisexual activity on the part of students or parents, calling for an end to ...
Rep. Ed Case apologized Wednesday after he claimed at an event for Asian American and Pacific Islander voters that he's an "Asian trapped in a white body."
Rush Limbaugh says Gillette's widely panned spot on "toxic masculinity" provides the American public a sterling example of left-wing ideology in practice.
MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle implied without citing evidence that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is being blackmailed by President Trump.
A federal judge has turned down a labor union lawsuit arguing it's unconstitutional to force work without pay during the government shutdown.