At least 21 people have been killed after an apparent suicide attack ripped through Zaventem Airport in Brussels and another blast hit a city metro station.
President Barack Obama will nominate federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, challenging Republicans to reject a long-time jurist and former prosecutor known as a consensus builder on what is often dubbed the nation’s second-highest court.
Senator Ted Cruz apologized to Dr. Ben Carson for his staff spreading rumors during Iowa Caucus night that Carson was quitting the presidential race. Carson believes that the rumor caused many of his supporters to switch their support from him to Cruz.
Here’s a transcript from The Rush Limbaugh Show dated February 2, 2016 in which Rush was extremely complimentary of Marco Rubio after the Senator’s impressive showing in the Iowa Caucus:
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch announced his engagement to former supermodel Jerry Hall on Tuesday and gave details of plans for his fourth marriage in a classified advert in one of his British newspapers.
The first lady of the United States will be sitting with a Syrian refugee at this week’s State of the Union Address. The refugee’s name is Refaai Hamo.
A student at the Adlai Stevenson HS complex in The Bronx was caught in October with seven baggies of marijuana — a violation that in prior years would have resulted in a criminal summons and a suspension.
Two Palestinian men who were born in Iraq and came to the United States as refugees have been arrested in connection with terrorism investigations, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
An Islamic State militant executed his mother in public in the Syrian city of Raqqa because she had encouraged him to leave the group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Friday.
Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, one of the four men killed at Benghazi told One America News reporter Neil W. McCabe that despite denials by Hillary Clinton, he sticks by his story that Clinton told him a YouTube video was responsible for the attacks on American diplomatic facilities and personnel at Benghazi, Libya.
Comedian David Spade — known for his run on “Saturday Night Live,” movies with late pal Chris Farley and other projects like “Joe Dirt” — was on his way out of a Hollywood eatery when TMZ asked about his criticism of President Barack Obama appearing on Bear Grylls’ reality TV show and making similar star turns.