Donald Trump will plant a flag on hallowed ground Saturday morning by laying out near the Gettysburg National Battlefield what he would do in his first 100 days as President of the United States. read more
Hillary Clinton's lawyer may have allowed hackers to obtain all of the former secretary of state's emails by reviewing the contents of her private server on a laptop tied to Chinese cyberspies, a House Republican charged on Friday. read more
Hillary Clinton acted like she was president while serving as secretary of state and once made a visibly annoyed President Obama wait for her as she schmoozed with foreign dignitaries at the United Nations, according to a former member of her security detail. read more
Whether they admit it out loud or not, many global warming alarmists want more destructive weather events to validate their assumptions. But what happens when they can't get their "dirty weather," as Al Gore calls it? Then they'll just have define down what a disaster is. read more
A senior official at the U.S. State Department tried to push the FBI in 2015 into dropping its insistence that an email from Hillary Clinton's private server contained classified information, according to summaries of interviews with FBI officials released by the FBI on Monday. According to the records, an FBI official, whose name is redacted, told investigators that Patrick Kennedy, the State Department's most senior manager, repeatedly "pressured" the FBI to declassify information in one of Clinton's emails. State Department spokesman Mark Toner called the allegation against Kennedy inaccurate, saying it "does not align with the facts" and noting that the email in question ended up being marked as classified when released, with redactions, to the public last year.