Last week, the Senate voted 50-48 to pass a measure that would repeal federal privacy requirements. The House is scheduled to vote Tuesday.
Turkey’s president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.
President Trump may have loosened the rules of engagement for the U.S. Air Force, possibly producing more casualties in Iraq.
The president needs to come clean on Russia ties, financial conflicts and other key issues before his Supreme Court pick (shown with Trump) is accepted.
The consumption of electricity in many European nations is falling, a result of sustainability and energy efficiency efforts that could be used across the world.
White supremacists have targeted college campuses, causing upset and gaining attention.
Despite the Supreme Court nominee’s contention that judges are politically impartial, his record indicates that he would play to the Trump administration.
Roger Severino (pictured), the new head of the agency’s Office for Civil Rights, has opposed transgender patients’ rights, same-sex marriage and Planned Parenthood.
The former “Nightline” journalist has a bone to pick with Hannity (pictured), and he’s not hesitant to do it on the Fox News anchor’s own show.