Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is kicking off his five nation tour of Europe.
President Trump is speaking out against new Democrat obstruction, with the threat of another government shutdown looming.
Iraq’s demographics may be changed forever, even after the defeat of ISIS. One America’s Kendra Sitton has more on why many Christians are not returning to their ancient homelands.
As top trade negotiators prepare to travel to China this week to continue talks, the White House is shedding some light about an anticipated summit between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart.
A Jewish advocacy organization is calling on Democratic lawmaker Ilhan Omar to apologize after making what some are calling anti-Semitic comments.
Venezuelan interim President Juan Guaido is calling out the Venezuelan military, imploring them to allow aid into the country.
The Russian ambassador to the U.S. is calling the withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty a “crisis of security for Europe.”
Teachers in Denver are going on strike for the first time in 25-years after failed negotiations with the public school district.
Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax calls on the FBI to open a probe into the sexual assault allegations against him.In a statement on Saturday, Fairfax said his encounters with two women who have accused him of sexual assault were consensual.