Protesters favoring Gaza and HAMAS interrupted the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade briefly, but NBC-TV did not show anything untoward.
Nick Begich III is running for a rematch for Alaska's House At-large seat. But he has to explain why he gave the seat away last Midterms.
Forty-five years ago, 900 people died - or were murdered - at Jonestown. Here is the story of Rep. Leo J. Ryan (D-Calif.) who died there.
The head of a nonpartisan survey group touts a survey showing support for age and term limits for elected officials in the U.S.A.
The State Department plans to spend $6 million U.S. taxpayer dollars to build a United States pavilion for the 2025 Osaka World Expo.
Electric vehicles are in fact unworkable, and electrifying the small-vehicle fleet, as the Biden admninistration wants to do, is too costly.
The fentanyl letters to election offices, and the coverage of them in the legacy media, show how partisan these outlets have become.
X Corp did file their "thermonuclear" lawsuit yesterday - in Texas, whose Attorney General is also investigating Media Matters' conduct.
Elon Musk promised a "thermonuclear" lawsuit against Media Matters for their disparagement of his platform. Why that matters.
The food stamp program loses $1 billion a month to fraud and waste, with some benefits going even to lottery winners.