Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
Montana poll: Daines leads Walsh 45% to 41%; Jeb leads Hillary 49% to 39%
As the Walsh plagiarism scandal breaks, the incumbent senator trails Daines.
Iowa Poll: Ernst 43% v. Braley 44% in tight senate race
The race to replace Harkin as a Hawkeye State senator is neck-and-neck.
Video: B-2 celebrates 25th anniversary
Twenty-five years ago, a small core of Northtrop Grumman engineers, technicians and test pilots launched the stealth bomber program.
Poll: Hayworth leads Maloney in NY-18 rematch
The former congresswoman works to retake her seat from the Democrat who beat her in 2012.
Amos: Smaller Marine Corps will deploy more
Marine commandant warns that with 70 percent of USMC operational, more support personnel cuts will push corps to the brink.
Letter from California: Alien surge splits state Red v. Blue
Many amnesty supporters would be shocked to learn that in 1975, then-Governor Brown stopped planes with Vietnamese refugees from landing in California.
Heller lauds House passage of Massie bill to restore DC gun rights
Gun rights legend says Massie is on the right track taking on the DC government.
Lyon: Why DC needs a gun range
After the Heller case, Washington residents have the right to keep and bear arms restored, so they need a range to their skills sharp.
Korwin: Guns stop crimes
Korwin: In an emergency, the first responders are not the police or fire personnel, rather they are the citizens at the scene.
Sheriff returns dead son’s shotgun to couple, claims his rosaries, other religious items missing
Shotgun’s return brings some closure, mother said.