The Fourth of July is the most important political holiday in the world.
Senator Harris is a compelling personality, a California left-winger, a woman, a person of color, and young. That's what the media and Democratic primary voters are looking for.
China and other foreign nations are trying to steal U.S. technology and research through American higher education, but Senator Ted Cruz and Representative Francis Rooney have introduced a bill to stop them.
The key test now is what President Xi Jinping is going to do about this direct confrontation between Hong Kong's people power and Beijing's military and police power.
With his Europe trip and Mexico deal, President Donald Trump has never seemed more presidential, spelling trouble for the Democrats in 2020.
30 years later, the sad reality is that we have no strategy to change the evolution of China away from a Communist Party-controlled giant surveillance system.
In a week of historic liberation dates, we would do well to remember other milestones, from Rome to Warsaw.
President Donald Trump appears to be rapidly overcoming an electoral hurdle, Americans' perception of his character.
It is ironic that radical Democrats want to erase the name of the founder of their party.
Carson unveiled a proposal to help close a loophole that allows some people in the country illegally to live in government housing while poor Americans wait on lines for years.
ISIS eventually occupied the site meant to host Syria's nuclear reactor. If Israel hadn't destroyed it seven years earlier, ISIS might have been able to inflict destruction on an almost unimaginable scale.
Friday's report that the United States created 263,000 jobs in April—about 33 percent more than expected—should be a devastating blow to socialism if Republicans can force the argument.
America's strategies are failing because "we sold ourselves a fantasy version of China," says Newt Gingrich.
Over Christianity's long history, many cathedrals and churches across the world have been destroyed and rebuilt.
Again and again, we have seen presidents and congresses start out boldly, using big words to dramatically describe big ideas, only to have the ideas disappear in the impenetrable resistance of career bureaucrats.