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Jason Le Miere
Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell Score Low in Ranking of Senators, Members of Congress
A new ranking of legislative effectiveness suggests obstructionism is evident on both sides of the aisle.
Among Christians in U.S., More Education Does Not Equal Less Religion: Study
The perceived wisdom that there is an inverse relationship between education and religion has been countered by a new study.
Bernie Sanders Says He ‘Likely’ Would Have Beaten Donald Trump for President
The Vermont senator says he's 'fighting as hard as I can' to transform the Democratic Party as a progressive home for working people.
It’s Not Just Jehovah’s Witnesses: Before Ban, Russia Among Biggest Abusers of Religious Freedom
The U.S Commission on International Religious Freedom has designated Russia a "country of particular concern" for the first time.
Search Data Reveals Trump's Most Impactful Moments of the First 100 Days
Michael Flynn's request for immunity caused a spike in searches for 'Trump.'
After Ban, Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia Harassed by Police During Religious Services
Russian police are targeting Jehovah's Witnesses during faith meetings.
Terrorism in America: U.S. Capital to Hold Terror Attack Drill with Full-Scale Exercise
The Washington, D.C. area will Wednesday hold its first exercise preparing for a Paris-style terror attack.
Who Will Win the French Election? How Marine Le Pen Could Become the Next Trump
Marine Le Pen faces a huge uphill battle to defeat Emmanuel Macron in the second round of the French election.
Obama on Immigrants: ‘It's Not Like Everybody on Ellis Island Had Their Papers Straight’
Former President Barack Obama has given his first public remarks since Donald Trump became president.
Obama Speech Live Stream: Watch Former President Speak Publicly for First Time During Trump Presidency
All eyes will be on whether former President Barack Obama addresses his successor, Donald Trump, in Monday's appearance.
What Will Obama Say About Trump? Former President Returns to Politics With First Public Event
Former President Barack Obama will appear at an event at the University of Chicago Monday.
French Election Latest Polls: Marine Le Pen Gaining Support After Paris Shooting
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's campaign has been dominated by anti-Islam and anti-immigration rhetoric.
US: Russia’s Jehovah’s Witnesses Ban Shows ‘Paranoia’ of Vladimir Putin’s Government
The decision by Russia's Supreme Court placed Jehovah's Witnesses alongside terrorist groups like ISIS.
Violence in Schools: 18 Years After Columbine, Students Are Still Dying in Mass Shootings at U.S. Schools
Since the deadly events at Columbine High School in 1999, school shootings have become a disturbingly regular occurrence.
Jehovah’s Witnesses Banned by Russia’s Supreme Court After 'Extremist' Tag Is Upheld
Russia's Supreme Court upholds a claim by the country's justice ministry that Jehovah's Witnesses is an extremist organization.
Fresno Shooting Highlights a Disturbing Spate of Hate Crime Fatalities
Not only are hate crimes generally on the rise, those carried out by lone extremists are reaching unprecedented levels.
Bill O’Reilly Won't Return to Fox Following Sexual Harassment Allegations
Fox News's parent company has confirmed that the 'O'Reilly Factor' host will not return following a series of sexual harassment accusations.
Bernie Sanders’ Popularity Continues to Soar While Steve Bannon Is America’s Least Popular Political Figure
Bernie Sanders is the only political figure to be viewed favorably by a majority of Americans.
In Fresno Shooting, Suspect Kori Ali Muhammad Shouted ‘Allahu Akbar,’ Wrote About Hatred of White People
Three people were fatally shot during a shooting spree Tuesday in Fresno, California.
Steve Stephens, Facebook Murder Suspect, Dead of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound In Erie, Pennsylvania
The murder suspect had sparked a nationwide manhunt after uploading a video to Facebook of the shooting death of Robert Godwin.
Facebook Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Could be ‘Dead Somewhere’ or Outside U.S., Authorities Say
Law enforcement gives no indication it is any closer to catching alleged Facebook killer Steve Stephens.
Manhunt for Accused Facebook Killer Steve Stephens Now a 'National Search' With $50K Reward
Steve Stephens is sought after police say he uploaded a video to Facebook showing the shooting death of 74-year-old Robert Godwin.
U.S.-North Korea Nuclear War ‘May Break Out at Any Moment,’ Pyongyang’s UN Ambassador Says
North Korea has issued another warning to the United States.
Are Taxes Fair? Majority of Americans Now Say No
Views about the tax system are sharply divided based on political party affiliation.
Trump’s Mar-a-Logo Trips Could Be Funding These Government Programs
President Donald Trump has spent seven of his 13 weekends in office at Mar-a-Lago.