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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) pressed ahead Tuesday in attacks on the two main Hamas strongholds in Gaza City to the north and Khan Yunis to the south, encountering some of the heaviest fighting of the war thus far.
Mark Meadows received unwelcome news Monday in his appeal to move his election interference case in Georgia to the federal court. The three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit scheduled to hear his oral arguments will
A stabbing occurred Monday inside the Philadelphia Macy's store on Market Street, leaving one security guard dead and another hurt.
After narrowly securing both the state House and Senate, Virginia Democrats are looking to codify the "right" to abortion.
Ron DeSantis’s campaign is attacking Nikki Haley over a report that Democrat megadonor Reid Hoffman gave $250,000 to a PAC supporting her presidential bid.
Hamadeh, who served as an intelligence officer in Saudi Arabia during Houthi attacks, said in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News Monday that the United States is being tested in the Middle East and the Biden administration is "continuing to fail."
Tommy Tuberville has relented in his almost year-long fight against the Pentagon policy to subsidize abortions widely viewed to be illegal.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed international women's organizations on Tuesday for their silence regarding the growing evidence of sexual violence, including rape and mutilation, by Hamas terrorists against Israeli women on October 7.
British musician Denny Laine, a co-founding member of the rock bands The Moody Blues and Wings, died on Tuesday at the age of 79.
The Nigerian Army conducted a "mistaken" drone strike on a village during a Muslim festival on Sunday, killing over 90 people.
Hollywood mega-star Angelina Jolie has revealed that she is pretty much done living in Los Angeles, declaring that "Hollywood is not a healthy place."
Former champion swimmer Riley Gaines will testify along with others before the House Health Care and Financial Services Committee on protecting women in sports.
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi suggested Tuesday that it might be a "good idea" to flood the Hamas terror tunnels in Gaza with seawater, commenting on a report in the Wall Street Journal that Israel was thinking about it.
CARACAS, Venezuela — Socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro lashed out against Wikipedia on Monday, accusing the website of "lying" about the results of Sunday's sham referendum to annex the Essequibo region, currently administered by neighboring Guyana.
The vote will be a test for House Republicans, who hold a slight majority over Democrats. The measure will need nearly all Republican support.
CNN continued its biased coverage of the Israeli war against the Palestinian Hamas terrorist group on Tuesday, spinning remarks by an Israeli military spokesman as if he saw the deaths of civilians as a "positive," rather than the low ratio of civilian deaths.
One Mexican police officer is recovering after being injured during a shootout with cartel gunmen in the border city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas. The shootout comes at a time when government officials continuously claim that the city is safe.
A teenager in Las Vegas, Nevada, is facing charges after law enforcement identified an online terroristic threat November 28.
“As long as I’m sitting in this chair, the Palestinian Authority, which supports, educates and finances terror, will not rule Gaza on the day after Hamas.” So said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, reportedly, to visiting U.S. Secretary of State
Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "The Faulkner Focus," Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) criticized Rep. Pramila Jayapal's (D-WA) effort to equate the Israeli response to the October 7 terror attacks to the actual terror attack itself and the other reported atrocities committed by Hamas.