California man seen fighting with police at U.S. Capitol attack is arrested and charged
Federal agents arrested an Orange County man Monday who they said was seen fighting with police officers on the steps and in a tunnel behind the inaugural platform of the U.S. Capitol Building during the Jan. 6 attack by thousands of supporters of then-President Donald Trump.
Analysis | How Russia and Belarus Are Weaponizing Migration
It appears that the dictator of Minsk and his overlord in Moscow are waging a coordinated form of hybrid warfare against western Europe.
Studying political science motivates college students to register and vote
Community college students who take political science classes are more likely to register to vote, turn out to vote and understand constitutional checks and balances.
US bans China Telecom over national security concerns
The US communications regulator has voted to revoke China Telecom's licence in America over national security concerns in the latest pushback by Washington against what it deems possible infiltration of key networks by Chinese companies.
Despite Being Shut Down by the City, the Burger Overlords of San Francisco's In-N-Out Are Still Allowing Indoor Dining
About a week after San Francisco Department of Public Health forced the city's only location of cult-favorite burger chain In-N-Out to suspend indoor dining due to the company's refusal to enforce city health mandates, the restaurant is under investigation again for allowing diners to continue to eat inside - essentially also refusing to follow the city's latest directive.
Biden to meet pope amid pressure from anti-abortion US bishops
Joe Biden, the first Catholic US president since JFK, says he does not believe in abortion but can not impose his views on others.
We were not defeated in Afghanistan, UK defence secretary says
Britain's defence secretary has denied that the Afghanistan war ended in defeat, two months after the retreat of Nato forces and the Taliban's retaking of Kabul.