Twelve years after the disappearance of an Orlando woman, the family of Jennifer Keese is holding on to hope that the investigation can be solved.
The Los Angeles college student who sued his school after it curbed his free speech right to pass out copies of the Constitution was vindicated in a California court this week after a judge ruled that he was well within the boundaries of the First Amendment.
One of the most predominant religious heads in the ISIS-scarred region of northern Iraq says that assistance from the US in stabilizing the region is vital in ensuring a safe return for the Christian and Yazidi residents of the Nineveh Plain.
A bombshell revelation made public Tuesday that "somebody's already been killed" as a result of the publication of an unconfirmed anti-Trump dossier has sparked speculation that it was a reference to an ex-KGB agent mysteriously found dead in his car a year ago in Moscow.
A cadre of civil rights groups along with several individuals have filed a petition with the Supreme Court in the hopes that a controversial appeals court decision that limits where gun stores can open within one county in California.
Big labor groups have sent over $1 billion to left-leaning groups since the start of the decade without prior approval from the unions' members, according to eye-opening new research.
Chicago cops said they received no help from Facebook while they were investigating a weapon and a drug ring that was using the social media site for illicit activity.
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., has finally set a date for his departure from Congress.
A new legal complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission alleges that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee used state chapters as strawmen to circumvent campaign donation limits and laundered the money back to her campaign.
Talk show host Tavis Smiley says that he’s not sure why PBS suspended him and that they refuse to tell him the specific allegations of sexual misconduct that have been levied against him.
North Korea was behind the massive “WannaCry” cyberattack in May that spread around the world costing billions of dollars, White House Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert announced in a Wall Street Journal op-ed Monday.
A cadre of attorneys have asked a Nevada school district in to reverse their decision in preventing a church from sharing fliers with their students for community events.
An esteemed college in New York City is catching flack after hosting an art exhibit that features artwork by Guantánamo Bay prisoners.
The FBI recently made a request to the Senate Judiciary Committee for access to unredacted comments obtained from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, a signal that the feds may be preparing a criminal probe into the sale of fetal tissue.
The religious minorities of Iraq and Syria have recounted horrific accounts of their abuse at the hand of ISIS as the Vatican calls on the global community to address the plight of Christians and Yazidi communities and bring them back from the verge of extinction.
Nearly half of all millennials in the United States believe the greatest safe space of them all would be living under a socialist regime.
They’ve gone from fighting for $15 to fighting allegations of abusive behavior towards women.
Egypt has been one of the worst places for Christian persecution in recent months.
Neighbors of Sayfull Saipov say he was a cordial, peaceful resident.
Neighbors of Sayfull Saipov say he was a cordial, peaceful resident.
Choi Kwanghyuk is one of the lucky ones. He was able to free himself from the clutches of a brutal dictatorship in his native North Korea where he was persecuted by the government for his Christian faith.
The first Iraqi Christians to return to their villages after it was liberated from ISIS’ control, has been forced to flee once again as Peshmerga forces have invaded the village of Teleskof.
Tech behemoth Apple has suddenly dropped a pro-life prayer application from its App Store after left-wing bloggers complained about it being listed on the store’s directory.
An explosive new report sheds light on how one of the most prominent banks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo may have been diverting assets to enable financiers of terrorism avoid U.S. sanctions.
The latest in the pseudo-diplomatic war between the U.S. and Russia have the latter saying that it is within its rights to restrict the operations of U.S. media organizations in the latest move of saber rattling.
So-called 'bump stock' recoil devices like the ones used by the Las Vegas gunman, were first approved under the Obama administration's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Stephen Paddock’s ability to kill scores of concert-goers Sunday night came from his use of modified semi-automatic weapons with high-capacity magazines, something that enabled him to shoot hundreds of rounds in just a few minutes.
A federal judge has ruled against one Pennsylvania County saying that they need to remove the cross from their country seal saying it was a violation of the constitution.
A three-star general has been named on Thursday to manage relief efforts in storm-scarred Puerto Rico.
As the deadline looms for the State Department to provide over $1 billion in aid to the religious minorities in Iraq, the children of Christian and Yazidi refugees are pleading directly to president Trump to take action.
The Dallas Cowboys briefly kneeled before the national anthem ahead of their Monday night game against the Arizona Cardinals, capping off a weekend that saw more than 200 players kneel or sit during the anthem itself.
Violence broke out at another event involving Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday, four months after a widely publicized brawl in Washington that led to the indictment of 15 Turkish security personnel.
North Korea has reportedly resumed work at its underground nuclear testing site, according to defense analysts, in a brazen act of defiance against the latest U.N. sanctions.
The stateside company that runs the U.S. version of Russia's state-owned news outlet RT must register with the Justice Department as a foreign agent.
The city of Miami Beach will be opened back up on Tuesday -- ahead of schedule.
Now, the long road to recovery begins.
Citrus farmers in Florida could have a real problem on their hands after Hurricane Irma hits the region just weeks before harvest.
An Ohio sheriff’s deputy who said he shot a local news photographer after mistaking his camera gear for a weapon has been placed on administrative leave.
President Trump is requesting that nearly $6 billion be made available for the Harvey recovery process.
The U.S. military flew two B-1B supersonic bombers and two F-35 fighter jets over South Korea on Thursday in a show of force following North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch, a South Korean defense official said.