Wisconsin School Board Votes in Favor of Pride Flag...

A Wisconsin school board voted in favor of a policy that prohibits teachers and staff from displaying gay pride flags and other items that district officials consider political in nature.

Migrant Encounters at Southern Border Exceed 2 Million So...

The number of migrant encounters at the southern border this fiscal year has now exceeded two million, sources tell Fox News — a number that marks a new record, as well as a glaring sign of the enormous and ongoing crisis facing agents, officials and communities at the border.

Biden Coughs Into Hand After Removing Face Mask

Another piece of COVID security theater manifested itself after Joe Biden coughed into his hand immediately after taking off his mask during a bill signing.

Short-Term Win as Biden Reinstates Largest Oil, Gas Lease...

In a surprising move that will anger the far-left and “Green New Deal” proponents, Joe Biden reinstates the largest oil and gas lease sale in the history of the United States.



Liz Cheney May Have Violated Rules During Concession Speech

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) may have violated Federal Election Commission rules during her concession speech Tuesday.

Defeated Liz Cheney Says She’s ‘Thinking About’ White House Bid

Immediately following her loss to Harriet Hageman in Wyoming's Republican primary, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., unveiled her next move, launching a new organization with the primary goal of keeping former President Trump from regaining the presidency. The group, called The...

Sarah Palin Advances to General Election; Awaits Special Election Result

Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin advanced to the general election for her state’s at-large seat in the U.S. House — with a special election to fill the remainder of the late Rep. Don Young’s term...

San Francisco Reverses Defunded Police Policy Amid Calls for ‘Accountability’

Democratic-run San Francisco has reversed its course after pulling $120 million from its police budget in 2020.

Principal Calls Vandalism at Catholic School in Washington ‘a Hate Crime’

St. Anthony Catholic School in Northeast Washington has been vandalized twice in less than a week in what the principal of the school is calling “a hate crime.”