A conservative legal firm is claiming victory after an atheist activist group announced that it will not appeal a recent New Jersey trial court decision in favor of the presence of “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Pennsylvania Department of State has agreed to take steps to remove dead voters from voting rolls in a settlement reached with an election-integrity group that alleged more than 20,000 deceased voters were on the state’s rolls.
"[The government is] not only [conducting surveillance] through our own government agencies, but also looking to these big social media tech giants, whether it's Facebook, Google, YouTube, or others to essentially act as proxies."
As police departments and communities in New York get ready to submit their police reform plans this week, concerns are being raised in Ithaca about the selection of one member of its police advisory group.
Alison Collins, the San Francisco school board vice president who refused to resign over anti-Asian tweets, is now reportedly suing the school district, the city of San Francisco, and a number of school board commissioners for “spiritual damage” and “emotional distress” because she met with discipline for her comments.
The Democratic mayor of Palm Beach County, Dave Kerner, on Monday said he felt "compelled" to issue a statement after watching the "60 Minutes" segment featuring Gov. Ron DeSantis and vaccination efforts in the county.
There will be riots and vandalism if former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin is not convicted for the death of George Floyd, a popular Black Lives Matter activist told her followers on social media.
Susanna Frare said her family decided to take a "calculated risk" attending the home opener of the Texas Rangers, the first major U.S. pro sports event to approach capacity in a stadium since the coronavirus shutdown more than a year ago.
Democrats will be able to pass President Biden's $2.2 trillion spending bill with a simple majority vote due to a ruling by the Senate parliamentarian, according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.
The Washington Post has labeled President Biden as a “recidivist” after he continues to repeat a trio of false claims that are “impervious to fact-checking.” One of those has earned the president four Pinocchios.
In an interview clip released on Friday, Hunter Biden said that the laptop first reported on last fall by the New York Post "could" be his, potentially casting doubt on past comments from President Biden that he thought the laptop was Russian disinformation.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp blasted Major League Baseball after its commissioner, Rob Manfred Jr., pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to the state's passage of a voting rights law on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Vermont is opening up coronavirus vaccine eligiblity to anyone over 16 years of age who identifies as Black, Indigenous or a person of color — prompting fierce criticism online for excluding White people.
Reverend Patrick Mahoney, of the Christian Defense Coalition, has been working in Washington, D.C., for 30 years. Over that time, he has held many events on Capitol Hill, including prayer vigils on Good Friday.
A professor of Theology and Baptist Studies at Duke University Divinity School says that a social media post in which he called evangelical Christianity “the greatest threat to human existence” was “taken out of context.”
The majority of Jews in America continue to face anti-Semitic incidents either in person or online, according to a new survey conducted on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League that was released Wednesday.
President Joe Biden's "absurd price tag" for $2 trillion in new spending is no April Fools' Day joke, but the "latest example of 'Bidenomics' in action," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Thursday, a day after the president announced his extensive new spending plan.
The surge at the nation's border was created by design by the Biden administration to bring in an "open borders agenda," former acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Wednesday, adding that the current situation is the "worst" he has seen in his career.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday singled out Amazon.com Inc for not paying federal taxes during his address in Pittsburgh, as he spoke about raising the burden of taxes on multinational companies and hiking the corporate tax rate.
President Joe Biden's $2.25 trillion infrastructure bill, set to be unveiled Wednesday, will have allocations for much more than, well, for infrastructure projects, according to details of the plan cited in The Washington Post on Tuesday.
Ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s criminal trial on Wednesday featured testimony from a former convenience store clerk who was handed a counterfeit $20 bill from George Floyd, which ultimately set in motion the man’s encounter with law enforcement.
oshua Haileyesus, a 12-year-old from Aurora, Colorado, was found unresponsive on his bathroom floor by his twin brother on March 22 after participating in the TikTok “Blackout Challenge” that encourages people to choke themself until they lose consciousness.
A survey, published Tuesday, with 77 epidemiologists, virologists, and infectious disease specialists participating, from some of the world’s leading academic institutions in 28 different countries, was conducted by the People’s Vaccine Alliance.
South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem defended her Friday decision to sign a “style and form” veto on a transgender sports bill passed this month on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Monday, claiming the bill was a losing fight.