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President-elect Donald Trump meets with Martin Luther King III

President-elect Donald Trump has met with Martin Luther King III at Trump Tower, in a meeting that King called “very constructive.” Speaking to reporters, King was asked first about Trump’s weekend tweet about civil rights leader and Democratic Rep. John Lewis in which Trump called him “all talk, no action.” Trump’s tweet was in response

Trump fires back a Democratic Rep. Lewis’ not ‘legitimate president’ comment

Donald Trump fired back Saturday at Rep. John Lewis for arguing that he won’t be a legitimate president, saying the Democratic congressman should focus more on fixing his troubled Georgia district. “Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart,” Trump tweeted. Lewis, a leader

Art Exhibit: There’s a Painting of Cops as Animals Hanging in US Capitol

Leah Barkoukis, A painting that hangs in the U.S. Capitol building has caused backlash among Republicans and police for depicting cops as animals. The picture, drawn by a high school senior, was the winning piece in an art contest held by Democratic Rep. Lacy Clay back in May, and thus was exhibited at the Capitol

Here come the new senators and House members — some for a repeat

And here they come. The presidential election commanded nearly every cubic centimeter of news oxygen available the past few months. But believe it or not, dozens of new members of Congress — House and Senate — are poised to arrive this week in Washington for orientation sessions, vote in internal, party leadership elections and figure

Republicans to keep control of Senate, House

Republicans were projected to retain control of the House and Senate after fending off Democratic challenges across the country on Election Day. Democrats, despite having been optimistic about this year’s chances of retaking the majority in the upper chamber, failed to gain the five seats needed. The Democrats’ candidate beat GOP incumbent Illinois Sen. Mark

FBI’s Comey says Clinton email review finished, guidance not to prosecute stands

FBI Director James Comey said Sunday that the agency has reviewed all of the Hillary Clinton emails recently discovered in an unrelated case and that his conclusion in July not to prosecute Clinton after the FBI’s original investigation into her use of private email server still stands. Comey informed Congress on Oct. 28 that the

Abedin-Weiner electronic device was laptop, had tens-of-thousands of emails

The electronic device shared by Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and husband Anthony Weiner on which the FBI found more Clinton emails was a laptop and it contained tens-of-thousands of emails, a senior law enforcement official told Fox News on Saturday. The FBI announced Friday that it had restarted an investigation into emails Clinton sent

Hispanic leaders say Clinton’s outreach ignores ‘vast majority of Latinos’

There has been much talk this election season about how Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rhetoric on immigration and border security has driven Latino voters away from the GOP. But there is also a growing concern, among both Democrats and Hispanics leaders, that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign is ignoring or taking the Hispanic

Obama suggests his upcoming rule on coal plants will avert long-term health crisis

President Obama on Saturday tried to bolster public support for new rules his administration will announce next week on coal-firing power plants, arguing their carbon emissions are a national health crisis – beyond hurting the economy and causing global warming. “We don’t have to choose between the health of our economy and the health of

Bill O’Reilly: œRace Hustlers Don’t Want to End Poverty

Ben Marquis,   Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly is no stranger to the charge of racism, as he is frequently targeted by the race hustlers out there that don’t agree with his common sense observations on race, cultural and societal issues. Take for example the time O’Reilly donated $25k to a foundation run by Al Sharpton, and

Dingell leaving House after record career – Longest-serving congressman to retire

 The longest-serving congressman in history, Democratic Rep. John D. Dingell, is calling it quits, adding to the slate of senior retirements that have hit the House this year. Mr. Dingell is serving his 30th term, but plans to retire at the end of this session, and will make the announcement at a luncheon in Detroit Monday.