Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., says he’s bullish about Democrats’ chances of passing a minimum wage increase in the coronavirus stimulus bill despite at least two Democrats… Read More »Bernie Sanders optimistic about $15 minimum wage — but Manchin, Sinema stand in way
A Kansas man and his brother were both arrested Friday on multiple federal charges connected to their alleged involvement in the riot at the U.S. Capitol… Read More »Kansas man, brother arrested on multiple federal charges related to Capitol riot
U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar’s promotion this week to a leadership position on a U.S. House subcommittee drew a sharp reaction Friday night from “Fox &… Read More »Pete Hegseth reacts after Ilhan Omar named vice chair of House foreign affairs subcommittee
The State Department was scheduled to host a Zoom discussion Tuesday on “Racism Being a Threat to National Security and Democracy.”
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told Fox News “@ Night” on Thursday that there is no chance that former President Trump will be convicted for inciting last… Read More »Cruz says there ‘no chance’ Trump is convicted after meeting with his legal team about strategy
Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., told “Hannity” on Wednesday that the Democrat case for impeachment against former President Trump is getting weaker by the day, and pointed to… Read More »Graham asks about what Pelosi knew prior to the Capitol riot
Many romantics enjoy fancy meals, gifts or unique experiences with their special someone, but trying to plan a more affordable evening on Valentine’s Day can be… Read More »5 affordable-yet-romantic Valentine’s Day date ideas
The U.S. Military on Tuesday confirmed that explosives have vanished from a Marine Corps base in Southern California, and an investigation is underway, according to a report.
Lidia Bastianich celebrates frontline workers in latest cooking special: ‘These people have such dedication’
Lidia Bastianich tells Fox News about cooking in quarantine, traveling to Italy after the lockdown, and reopening her New York City restaurants.
Staffers from The New York Times are reportedly clashing with one another following last week’s resignation of veteran reporter Donald McNeil Jr.