Just days before Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to China in an attempt to improve relations, Taiwan's top legislative leader was in Washington thanking the U.S. for its support and denouncing Beijing's "all-out assault on religion" amid a broader effort to block the Chinese people from enjoying fundamental freedoms and human rights.
Crime is the top issue for New Yorkers and very few say it's gotten better under his watch.
with Ernesto Cortes
In New York's Nassau County, Republicans run for office when the GOP bosses say they can.
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It's a bold plan.
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No amount of 'painful road of introspection' can fix what the media did to this country and to American democracy.
Embarrassment or protecting turf are never good reasons to classify.
The FBI has adopted an approach that would compromise or complicate any criminal charge.
A top House Republican says the top lawyer for the National Archives wasn't allowed to weigh in on the discovery of classified documents in President Joe Biden's possession - despite publicly commenting repeatedly on former President Donald Trump's similar circumstance.
House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, R-Ky., wants to frame Republican probes as impartial. He has his work cut out for him.