The Khashoggi case, and the Trump administration’s initial reaction to it, has put a spotlight on the president's human rights foreign policy.
The latest article from In Homeland Security's op/ed columnist, John Ubaldi, deals with the FBI, the DNC and alleged Russian election meddling.
Kavanaugh hearing: Whatever happens, the fundamental principles of “innocent until proven guilty” and the “burden of proof” have been substantially damaged.
Opinion: Liberties asserted in the Constitution are for everyone, not just for the people we like. Even those we dislike have the same rights as everyone else.
Critics of President Trump place far too much relevance on his rhetoric than on his actual policies. Case in point: that press conference with Putin.
Opinion: Release immigrant children to their adult counterparts, if successful, will result in a number of children being trafficked by sexual predators.
A U.S. Army veteran, with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, offers his expert analysis on how the Vegas gunman's use of a bump stock likely saved lives.
Commentary and analysis from an expert: It is time that the alt-right is seen for what it is, not a political movement, but an armed insurgency.