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Study: Genital Mutilation Imposes Segregation on Immigrants' American Daughters

The imported practice of genital mutilation can segregate hundreds of thousands of American girls from their peers in mainstream American society, say two New York psychologists. The hidden segregation, however, is being ended by President Donald Trump and his deputies, who announced mid-March a new ...

Donald Trump Announces 20 Percent Import Tax on Canadian Softwood Lumber

President Donald Trump announced that he wanted a 20 percent tax on softwood lumber coming from Canada, telling conservative media that he thought the country was treating Canada very unfairly.'

Trump on Holocaust Lessons: 'We Must Remain Vigilant Against Hateful Ideologies'

US President Donald Trump on Monday stressed the importance of remembering lessons of the Holocaust, underscoring the need to remain vigilant against hateful ideologies and indifference.'

RABBI SHMULEY: Would Holocaust Have Happened if America Struck Hitler?

What would have happened if Hitler, right after Kristallnacht in November, 1938, had been hit by hundreds of American cruise missiles?

EXCLUSIVE – Clinton Sex Accusers Slam 'Hypocritical' Media over Bill O'Reilly Coverage

Speaking to Breitbart News, the victims of Bill Clinton's alleged sexual assault — Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and Paula Jones – blasted the news media for widely dismissing their own accusations while hailing the recent sexual harassment charges against Bill O'Reilly that led to the ...

Hannity: No Longer Can the Slander Against Me Slide — 'I Have Hired a Team of Some of the Best Attorneys in This Country'

In the opening monologue of his Monday Fox News Channel broadcast, Sean Hannity, host of “Hannity,” confronted attacks against him and his character head-on. Hannity said he could no longer remain silent and that he had hired a team of “the best attorneys in this country” to ...

Far-Left Voters More Likely to Share Their Wives, Right Wingers More Sexually Dominant, Claims Study

People on the far left and right of the political spectrum are more likely to engage in extreme' sexual practices, according to a study of 4,000 people in France.

Trump Tweets: Democrats Help MS-13, Heroin Smugglers by Opposing Border Wall

Drug smugglers are being helped by the Democratic leaders in Congress who are trying to block funding for a border wall, says President Donald Trump.

AG Jeff Sessions Delivers Address on White Collar Crime

Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered the keynote address Monday to a major professional group, emphasizing his department's continued commitment to prosecuting white collar crime.

North Korea Detains American Professor Without Cause

North Korea detained a U.S. citizen this week teaching at a university in the capital of Pyongyang without justification, media reports have confirmed.

Measles Outbreak in Minnesota's Somali Community

A recent outbreak of measles is the latest public health problem among Somalis who live in metropolitan Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minnesota, home to the largest Somali community in the country.

Boat Carrying Migrants from Turkey to Greece Sinks; 16 Dead

A migrant boat sinking in the eastern Aegean between Greece and Turkey left at least 16 people dead, including two children, Greek authorities said Monday, while two people were rescued. Patrol boats and helicopters were searching for several more people believed missing.

Warren: Let Coulter Speak at Berkeley and 'If You Don't Like It, Don't Show Up'

On Monday's broadcast of CNN's special primetime edition of “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Senator Elizabeth Warren weighed in on the controversy over author Ann Coulter speaking at the University of California, Berkeley by stating, “My view is, let her speak, and just don't show up. ...

Cornel West: I Believe In 'Unsettled Spaces Rather Than Safe Spaces'

On Monday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's “First 100 Days,” Harvard University Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy Dr. Cornel West stated he's “committed to unsettling students in public spaces…you want to have a commitment to unsettling and unnerving ...

Serena Williams 'Disappointed' by Former Tennis Pro's Racial Comments About Her Unborn Biracial Child

Serena Williams has not yet given birth. However, her unborn child has already become a topic of controversy.

VIDEO: Armed Employee Sneaks up Behind Armed Suspect, Foils Robbery Attempt

An armed employee at Cleveland, Ohio's Convenient Food Mart, crept up behind an armed suspect and foiled a robbery attempt.

Caitlyn Jenner: 'Sessions Has Been Very, Kind of, Anti-LGBT' – Trump's Army Secy Pick Has 'Most Anti-LGBT Statements Ever'

On Monday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Caitlyn Jenner said, “I sometimes get very disappointed with Trump,” and cited Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Army Secretary nominee Tennessee State Senator Mark Green , and Trump's changes to ...

Caitlyn Jenner: Harder to Come Out as Trans Than as Republican, Lot of Pressure to be a Single-Issue Voter

On Monday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Caitlyn Jenner said, “I'm not a one-issue voter.” But that there is a lot of pressure to be a single-issue voter, and “A lot in our community are…were very upset that I, you know, I was a ...

Madonna Biopic 'Blonde Ambition' Set at Universal

The early life and career hurdles of pop superstar Madonna will be the subject of an upcoming biopic currently being developed at Universal, according to a report.

Donald Trump Invites Conservative Media to White House for Exclusive Briefing

President Donald Trump met with a group of conservative media reporters, columnists, and radio hosts to discuss his first 100 days as president, speaking about trade issues, foreign policy, and infrastructure spending.

Education Sec Betsy DeVos: 'There Isn't Really Any Common Core Anymore' in Schools

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Monday during an interview on Fox News' America's Newsroom that there really isn't any Common Core anymore' in the country's schools.

Texas Dems Stage Hunger Strike Over Sanctuary City Crackdown

Democrats and open border advocates are staging a hunger strike in Texas against the State's proposed anti-sanctuary city bill. Its backers are asking for support using #FastAgainstSB4.

O'Reilly: 'I Can Tell You That I'm Very Confident the Truth Will Come Out'

Monday on his “No Spin News” podcast posted on, host Bill O'Reilly addressed his departure from Fox News. O'Reilly said, “I am sad that I'm not on television anymore. I was very surprised how it all turned out. I can't say a lot because there is so much stuff going ...

Breitbart News Daily: Pat Buchanan on Trump's First 100 Days

On the Tuesday edition of Breitbart News Daily, broadcast live on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM Eastern, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow will continue our discussion of the first 100 days of the Trump administration. He'll be joined by the renowned conservative writer and ...

NYT: Immigration Hard-Liners Rising in Trump Administration

Advocates who want to see America's immigration laws enforced have found a home in President Donald Trump's administration, the New York Times' Nicholas Kulish reports.

College Republicans' Lawyer Suggests Deploying National Guard If Mayor of Berkeley Cannot Maintain Order

Harmeet Dhillon, a San Francisco lawyer representing the UCB College Republicans, held a press conference Monday to discuss the case being brought against UC Berkeley and suggested deploying the National Guard to provide security if Berkeley's mayor could not maintain control of the city.

Obama Cashes In: Set to Take $400,000 for Speech to Wall Street Firm

Less than 100 days since leaving office, the former president has already arranged for a big Wall Street payday.

Outsourcing Firms Called-out by White House after Trump H-1B Order

Outsourcing firms, which supply major U.S. companies with thousands of foreign workers, are being called-out by the Trump White House.

Shots Fired at Climate Skeptic's Office During March for Science

A leading skeptical scientist has reported that seven shots were fired at his workplace during the weekend's Earth Day and March for Science events — likely as a threat and warning.

Bill Nye, Rachel Bloom Team for Transgender Anthem 'Sex Junk'

Actress Rachel Bloom has teamed up with "Science Guy" Bill Nye to debut an LGBT sex anthem on the new Netflix series 'Bill Nye Saves the World.'

Byron York: Donald Trump's First Hundred Days an 'Executive Success'

The Washington Examiner's Byron York evaluates President Donald Trump's accomplishment and failures in his first three months in office, walking through the promises made in Trump's "Contract with the American Voter."

NBC's Allen: Dems 'Somewhat Desperate,' 'Demoralized' – 'See a Hero in Obama'

On Monday's broadcast of “MSNBC Live,” NBC reporter Ron Allen stated, “Democrats are feeling somewhat desperate, you might even say. They're demoralized by the results of the election, they see a hero in President Obama.” Allen said, “is supporters, advocates, those who ...

Rihanna Melts Snowflakes with Defiant Instagram Posts

Pop superstar Rihanna is hitting back against snowflake "haters" who criticized her for daring to Photoshop images of Queen Elizabeth II on to photos of herself in fashion-forward get-ups.

Elton John Cancels Las Vegas Shows after Contracting 'Potentially Deadly' Infection

Elton John has cancelled all of his upcoming concerts in Las Vegas after contracting a rare and "potentially deadly" infection while touring in South America.

Obama: 'I Probably Wouldn't Have Been President' If My High School Years Were Online

Former President Barack Obama admitted that if his high school activities were online somewhere, he probably wouldn't have been president.

Ted Lieu Pushes Fake News, Calls Jeff Sessions a 'Racist and a Liar'

Rep. Ted Lieu called Attorney General Jeff Sessions "a racist and a liar" on Sunday, repeating discredited "fake news" accusations.

Chicago Mayor: City Needs More Regulations on Federally Licensed Gun Dealers

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing more gun control for Federal Firearms License holders in the city.

Lawyer for Berkeley Republicans in Coulter Case Slams ACLU for Absence

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon, who is representing the Berkeley College Republicans in their free speech case against the University of California, Berkeley over failing to allow Ann Coulter to speak on campus on equal terms, slammed the American Civil Liberties Union for ignoring the case."

WATCH: College Republicans Lawyer Eviscerates UC Berkeley In Press Conference

Harmeet Dhillon, a San Francisco lawyer representing the UCB College Republicans, held a press conference today to discuss the case being brought against the college due to their mishandling of an event hosting conservative speaker Ann Coulter.

College Republicans, YAF Sue Berkeley over Ann Coulter Event

The Berkeley College Republicans and the Young America's Foundation have filed a lawsuit against members of the University of California system for their role in restricting an upcoming speaking event featuring Ann Coulter.

Trump and Pence Keeping Pro-Life Promises in First 100 Days

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have steered a course during the administration's first 100 days that anti-abortion activists have been dreaming about for decades.

100 Days: Trump's Campaign Promises on Refugees Remain Unfulfilled

With about a week to go until his administration reaches the 100-day mark, President Trump's campaign promises to halt Syrian refugee resettlement and tighten up the refugee vetting process remain largely unfulfilled.

Trump Administration Moves to Embrace Tax Cuts and Growth–Even if Deficits Grow

Asked if the plan would be revenue neutral, meaning any reductions in expected revenue from tax cuts would be offset from increases in revenue or spending cuts elesewhere, Mnuchin instead said the plan would "pay for itself" through economic growth.

Schumer: If Breitbart, New York Times Are Given Equal Credibility, 'You Worry About This Democracy'

Monday on MSNBC's “Morning Joe,” while discussing the Department of Justice saying that New York's police department was “soft on crime” as fake news, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer took a shot at the Breitbart News Network. Schumer said, “Here is the greatest ...

Poll: Overwhelming Public Support For President Trump's 'Buy American, Hire American' Policy

A new poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly support President Donald Trump's "Buy American, Hire American" policy, echoing similar surveys conducted in 2014 by campaign pollster Kellyanne Conway.

Report: Kellogg's Spent Millions to Fund Research Undermining Warnings About Sugar in Cereals

Jon Ungoed-Thomas and Mason Boycott-Owen report in The Sunday Times that cereal giant Kellogg's has been funding studies that undermine official government warnings about the link between sugary cereals and obesity.

Polar Opposites: The Issues that Divide Le Pen and Macron

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and right wing leader Marine Le Pen, who go head-to-head in the second round of France's presidential election on May 7, are diametrically opposed on issues ranging from taxes to Europe.

Bloomberg: France Braces for Runoff Between Nationalism and Globalism

Bloomberg Politics reports on the developing political landscape in France after Sunday's vote, and how the coming choice for that nation is one of Nationalism versus Globalism. In the coming two weeks of the French campaign, Marine Le Pen's challenge is to break through a wall of voter antipathy ...

James O'Keefe Claims 'Kicked Out' of ACORN Documentary Premiere at Tribeca Fest

Investigative journalist James O'Keefe says he was "kicked out" of the premiere of ACORN and the Firestorm at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Report: Megyn Kelly to Make NBC Debut in June

Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly is set to make her long-anticipated debut at NBC News in June, according to a report.