Biden Administration Backpedals, Says 'Crisis' Referred to Central America Problems, Not US Border
President Joe Biden finally used the term "crisis" to describe the situation at the border, which his administration has resisted since taking office.
7-Year-Old Girl Dies, Father Severely Injured in Chicago McDonald's Drive-Thru Shooting
Authorities searched for a suspect after a 7-year-old girl died while her father was severely injured in a shooting at a McDonald's drive-thru in Chicago.
UN Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Is Enriching Uranium to 60 Percent
According to UN Nuclear Watchdog, Iran is enriching uranium up to 60 percent fissile purity. The purification process is getting done at the above-ground Natanz nuclear plant.
Sen. Graham Says Attempts to Pack the Supreme Court Assaults Rule of Law
According to Sen. Graham, the move to pack the supreme court by the Biden administration is an attack on the Rule of Law. It comes as the Democrats need the Supreme Court to uphold their agenda that is not popular.
More Asian Americans Arm Themselves as Violence, Abuse Surge
Due to an increase in violence and assault directed at Asian Americans due to the coronavirus pandemic, more are buring guns for protection.
Americans Fully Vaccinated Reaches 100 Million Mark: Fatalities Tumble, Will COVID-19 Restrictions Change?
One hundred million Americans are now fully vaccinated. This milestone was celebrated as Disneyland reopened on Friday and cruise lines welcomed the news that they could commence sailing again in the United States by midsummer.
Republicans Positive To Win Back Both Chambers in 2022
Republicans are positive that they will win back the majority of the seats in the House of Congress and Senate in the upcoming midterm election.
How an F-15 Eagle Shoots down a Satellite on September 13, 1985
The F-15 Eagle is one of the best military aircraft produced; on September 13, 1985. One was flown by Maj. Wilbert D. "Doug" Pearson dubbed "Celestial Eagle" F-15A lobbed an anti-satellite missile more than 300 miles up high.
Watch: American Idol Star Hunter Metts Messes up Song Lyrics, Breaks Down in Tears
Hunter Metts of American Idol wept as he forgot the lyrics of Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová from the movie "Once" during tonight's performance.
Indianapolis FedEx Shooting Suspected as Hate Crime Against Sikh Community
Four members of the Sikh community, three women and one male were killed in a shooting at a FedEx warehouse near Indianapolis Airport.
Ex-DNI John Ratcliffe Says US Adversaries Testing, Outsmarting President Biden
The Ex-DNI John Ratcliffe said that President Biden is failing with foreign policy and making the wrong moves. It should not be the case, but the Democrat president gives up too much ground to US rivals.
Nearly Half of Republicans Do Not Want a COVID-19 Vaccine
As the United States continues its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, over two in five Republicans stated that they would avoid being administered a vaccine if possible.
Trump: Afghanistan Withdrawal Is 'Wonderful and Positive Thing to Do,' Mocks Biden's Timeline
President Joe Biden's decision to remove US troops from Afghanistan is "a wonderful and positive thing to do," according to former President Donald Trump.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Says Vaccinated People Should Act Immune
According to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who advised those who have gotten shots should act immune, not limit themselves to CDC guidelines. He called the lack of change in mask-wearing or social distancing useless if vaccinated.
Wisconsin Bar Shooting: 1 Person Arrested, 3 Killed, 3 Injured
The suspect for a shooting at a Wisconsin bar was taken into custody. The incident left three people dead and three others wounded, according to authorities on Sunday.