From the "War on Christmas" to the "War on Hot Dogs," the Fox News troops must be exhausted.
The former president is leading a very early charge in the nonexistent "War on Christmas."
The right-wing network is starting its annual war on Christmas early, saying President Joe Biden is the Grinch due to supply chain issues brought on by the pandemic.
Halloween is still weeks away, but the right-wing network is going full War on Christmas already.
“It clears the path for them to find jobs, housing and other services that previously were denied to them because of unjust cannabis laws," District Attorney George Gascón said.
The former guy once again claimed to win a war that never existed.
The president is facing a healthy measure of skepticism from allies during his week of high-level diplomacy.
President Joe Biden's administration hopes concessions to progressives can help win over Congress on confronting the opioid epidemic.
Special meeting was set up by the Rule of Law Defense Fund, an offshoot of the Republican Attorneys General Assn., to prepare for possible Trump defeat.
Many Afghans feel abandoned since the withdrawal of U.S. troops and foreign allies on Aug. 31. What is life really like for those who didn't make it out in time?
The president followed through on a campaign pledge to end the 20-year war in Afghanistan but spent much of his speech rebutting the evacuation's critics.
Maj. Gen. Christopher Donahue was photographed boarding the last Air Force C-17 to leave Kabul.
"I have been tortured using over 60 different methods... Nearly two decades of my life have been stolen because the U.S. thought I was someone else."
The meeting represents an extraordinary moment for a CIA that for two decades targeted the Taliban in paramilitary operations.
With an Aug. 31 deadline looming, tens of thousands remained to be airlifted from the chaotic country.
Roughly two-thirds said they did not think America’s longest war was worth fighting, the poll shows.
Here’s a look at the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan, by the numbers, as the Taliban in a lightning offensive take over much of the country.
A spokesman said that women will be allowed "to work and study," but within the confines of Islamic law.
The Taliban have captured much of northern, western and southern Afghanistan in a breakneck offensive.
The move highlights the stunning speed of a Taliban takeover of much of the country, including their capture of Kandahar.