Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe contradicts the White House while answering questions about former FBI Director James Comey during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.
The GOP presidential hopeful wants citizens to disobey the Supreme Court ruling.
As Social Security turns 80 this year, we celebrate it as the nation's most successful anti-poverty program in history. In 80 years, it has lifted millions of our families out of poverty and never missed a payment. But millions of the seniors in our communities still live in poverty today.
A small group of conservatives believe the president or Congress can challenge the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Constitution.
In Cleveland, as LeBron says, "nothing is given, everything is earned," so earning respect here will require something beyond defaming Mexican immigrants as "rapists" (Trump), claiming U.S. foreign policy would march Israelis "to the door of the oven" (Huckabee), or comparing Wisconsin labor protestors to ISIS terrorists (Walker).
Republicans have done everything they can to win the Jewish vote, never missing an opportunity to link Democrats and any foreign policy opponent to the Nazis and the Holocaust. They just don't get how offensive such remarks are to Jewish voters, continuing to drive them toward Democrats.
As the White House Correspondents' Dinner reliably demonstrates, performance is the new politics. By tapping comedy, drama and other forms of storytelling influencers can access strategies they'd normally never employ.
According to Mike Huckabee, it's "just trashy" for a woman to curse in the workplace.
Huckabee, a conservative evangelical and potential 2016 presidential candidate, said a Supreme Court ruling, expected this
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Sunday expanded on his recent criticism of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama for letting their daughters listen to hip-hop.
Two prominent Republicans fueled speculation Sunday that they would jump into the increasingly crowded fray for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
Columnist and author of “Never Trust a Liberal Over 3-Especially a Republican,” Ann Coulter argued that the Republican Party shouldn’t “suck up” on immigration during an interview on Saturday’s “Huckabee” on the Fox News Channel.