On his nationally syndicated radio talk show program Wednesday, host Sean Hannity defended against attacks from Media Matters for America who he believes is trying to take him out, saying, “this is a kill shot.”
At the National Counterterrorism Conference in Orlando, Fla., on Thursday, the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) announced the release of a new anti-terrorism tool for the public.
Big Bird doesn’t need taxpayer handouts, Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Wednesday.
Television’s boundaries of civility are gone, Conan O’Brien said, commenting on Stephen Colbert’s lewd joke about President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
North Korea wants to nuke us; ISIS wants to kill us; Mexican drug lords want to addict us; China spies on us, Iran hates us, and Russia interferes in our elections. Those are just a few of the "global threats" outlined by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates at a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee. And then there's "climate change," a prime concern of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
On Tuesday, pop singer Katy Perry offered her advice on how to respond to Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester, England.
Broadcasting his nationally syndicated radio talk show from Israel on Monday, host Mark Levin interviewed Israeli diplomat Dore Gold on the history of Israel and its capital Jerusalem, Gold suggesting that there are those who would say that Israel should give up Jerusalem in a peace deal, but “that is not in the cards.”
In a New York Times Op-Ed, Monica Lewinsky blamed Matt Drudge and The Drudge Report for ushering in a “world of cyberbullying" by breaking the news of her affair with President Bill Clinton in 1998.