Dr. Gauden Galea, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) representative in China, told Sky News on Friday that the Chinese have refused W.H.O.’s repeated requests to participate in an investigation of the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Maryland’s superintendent of schools said she is “not sure” school will look the same for students “going forward” after the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
JERUSALEM — Iran this morning claimed it is not seeking escalation or war. This after crossing all red lines by sending militias to attack our embassy in Iraq and now launching ballistic missiles at U.S. forces.
Tucker Carlson spoke to Breitbart News Saturday about how the Republican Party has changed in many ways for the better in the past decade, especially under President Donald Trump, but how it is not happening “fast enough.”
After more than four years of litigation that pitted the State of New York against energy giant Exxon Mobil for allegedly hiding the cost of climate change from investors, a judge has exonerated the company of wrongdoing.
Former senior White House official Tim Morrison has reportedly testified to congressional investigators that he was not concerned any illegal activities occurred during President Donald Trump’s phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
Talks with Mexican officials are not making “nearly enough” progress in curbing the Central American migration into the United States, said a tweet from President Donald Trump.
Monday on CNN’s “The Lead,” host Jake Tapper said if he or any man at a workplace acted the way Vice President Joe Biden does when he massaged a woman’s shoulders or sniffed hair, they would be “reprimanded” or “even fired.”
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), a 2020 presidential candidate, said on Monday evening that he still will “not make any conclusions” about the Russia collusion hoax even after Attorney General William Barr on Sunday revealed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation “did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated” with the Russians.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Breitbart News that dismantling the FBI is “not a bad idea.”
David Axelrod, who was former President Barack Obama’s top political adviser, warned on Monday that Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-CA) Oakland values may not be a natural fit for the heartland.
The main event for the second anti-Trump Women’s March in Washington, DC, is still on, but cancellations of “sister” marches continue to pile up amid charges that the leadership is anti-Semitic.
U.S. Ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson has said that a “quick, very massive” American-British bilateral trade deal “doesn’t look like it would be possible” if MPs support Prime Minister Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement in the New Year.
Disgraced CBS chief executive Les Moonves is not expected to receive a single dime of what has been reported to be north of a $120 million severance package, after an independent investigation into multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.