The Trump administration is cracking down on the violent street gang MS-13 by assisting the local police in arresting more than 200 of its alleged members.
St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, sheriff Greg Champagne reacts to the arrest of 200 alleged MS-13 gang members with the assistance of the Department of Justice.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses whether enough is being done in the investigations into the Obama-era Uranium One deal and the anti-Trump dossier.
Rep. Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.) defends his decision to vote "no" on the House tax reform plan and explains that any changes to the state and local tax deduction hurts his constituents in New York.
Red Alert Politics contributor Angela Morabito explains why Facebook's addition of "trust indicators" -- it's latest effort to fight the plague of fake news -- could actually be harmful.
While the fate of the House and Senate's tax reform plans remain unclear, GOP pollster Lee Carter explains how the proposed bills would help middle-class Americans and how they could cause a mass exodus from coastal states like New York, New Jersey and California.
More Americans are going back to work.
The United States is closely watching the situation in Saudi Arabia amid reported asset agreements between Saudi authorities and some detainees in an anti-corruption crackdown, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday.
Tax reform may be icing on the cake for U.S. stocks and the economy.
Wall Street Journal deputy editorial page editor Dan Henninger on what information Robert Mueller's team plans to get from interviewing White House Communications Director Hope Hicks.
In a somewhat uncanny turn of events, several hundred millionaires, including Ben & Jerry’s co-founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, penned a letter to Congress making a rather unusual request: They wanted Republicans to increase taxes on the wealthy.
Fox News senior judicial analysts Judge Andrew Napolitano says Democrats dislike for President Trump doesn't merit any articles of impeachment.
Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen explains why he thinks Congressional Republicans should increase taxes on the wealthy in their tax reform plan, which they've said could be passed by the end of the year.
While the House pushed forward with approving its tax reform plan on Thursday, the Senate may taken a step in the opposite direction: Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Minn.) announced that he would not support the bill because of its lack of provisions for pass-through businesses, endangering an already razor-thin Republican Senate majority.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) discusses how the GOP tax bill will help small businesses.
During a five-country tour in Asia, President Donald Trump announced $250 billion worth of business deals with China, including the first-ever, long-term binding gas contract between the two countries.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders addresses the House passing the GOP-led tax reform plan.
EY Chairman and CEO Mark Weinberger reacts to the House's tax reform plan, which it voted to pass on Thursday, and explains why tax cuts would be beneficial to his company.
One thing is definitely going right for U.S. President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans who control Congress: they are steadily getting conservatives appointed as judges.
Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) discusses the House's vote on the tax reform bill Thursday, during which they approved the legislation.