As Republicans move into 2018 with a major win in tax reform, they look toward a new legislative goal — welfare reform. One America’s Kendall Forward has more from Capitol Hill.
Republican lawmakers are investigating likely news leaks from the FBI as part of a broader probe into the bureau’s partisan bias. One America’s Kristian Rouz has the story.
Renewed hostilities with Iran is causing growing concern among national security experts who fear the country could engage cyber warfare with the U.S. One America’s Alex Salvi has more on how Iran could be advancing its tactics.
Blue states are reporting higher fiscal revenues after President Trump enacted the GOP tax reform bill.
Since stepping in as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney has quickly made changes to the agency, which has often been accused of being too powerful by top Republicans.
A new report details a stunning gender pay gap among Clinton Foundation employees, casting a shadow of doubt over Hillary Clinton’s stance on women’s rights. One American’s Kristian Rouz has the story.
President Trump’s decision to end the Voter Integrity Commission comes as a surprise to some members who had little advance notice. One America’s Emerald Robinson spoke with a former member to discuss his reaction.
A former state department employee and former advisor to U.S. Military operations in Pakistan says sums up the foreign policy of recent past administrations with one word–“fear.” Armand Cucciniello says that President Trump “stands in stark contrast to that mentality.”
Fire and Fury hits the shelves early, as publishers scramble to sell the book before possible legal action by President Trump’s lawyers. The book was released four days ahead of schedule and it details alleged behind the scenes accounts at the White House.