President Donald Trump spoke at the NATO headquarters in Brussels Thursday, delivering a stern message and putting pressure once again on NATO members to pay their fair share, which he said should be more than the current 2 percent-of-GDP threshold.
Denton County, Texas Sheriff Tracy Murphree on criticisms for his Facebook reaction to the Manchester attack.
Ahead of President Donald Trump’s first NATO summit in Brussels Thursday, it was former President Obama who was making headlines abroad, appearing to take a jab at his successor during a joint speech with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
Former U.S. Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill on the Manchester bomber Salman Abedi.
A much needed soccer win for the battered town of Manchester.
The Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday the GOP’s revised effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will reduce the federal deficit by $119 billion and cause 23 million people to lose insurance coverage over the course of the next decade.
In addition to hurting U.S. manufacturers, steel dumping could pose a threat to national security, United Steelworkers International President Leo W. Gerard said during a Commerce Department hearing Wednesday.
The housing market took another hit today when existing home sales data for April declined more than expected, dipping 2.3% to a seasonally adjusted 5.57 million homes, according to The National Association of Realtors.
Fox News Middle East analyst Walid Phares weighs in on how to defeat the radical enclave that exists in the Europe and the U.S.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) weighs in on the Saudi defense deal, Russian probe and the White House budget plans.
The CEO of the nation’s second largest health insurer, Anthem (NYSE:ANTM), said Wednesday the company was weighing whether to continue participating in the ObamaCare marketplace in 2018, as the deadline for insurers to register plans in most states approaches in less than a month.
American Islamic Forum founder & president Zudhi Jasser weighs in on what could be driving homegrown radicalization.
The terrorist bomb that exploded outside the security barriers of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England killing 22 people and injuring more than 50 others is an indicator that terrorists are not afraid to go after so-called “soft targets” that symbolize Western culture.
"Deep Under Cover" Author Jack Barsky on how to get terrorists to change their views on America.
The Congressional Budget Office will release its score of the revised GOP health care effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act Wednesday, an important analysis that could alter the path of the Trump administration’s health care legislation.
Enhanced Interrogation author James Mitchell explains what motivated the Manchestor terrorists.
President Trump met Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday and after an exchange of gifts he promised he would not forget the pontiff's message.
Clarion Project National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro on the security changes Americans could see during Memorial Day weekend following the terror attack in Manchester.
Former FBI Terrorism Task Force member Steve Rogers discusses the war on terrorism.
American Majority CEO Ned Ryun, 'The Security Brief' host Paul Viollis and Helios and Matheson Analytics Chairman Ted Farnsworth discuss how technology could help prevent future terror attacks.