After a district attorney recall thrusted Brooke Jenkins into power this summer, the new DA has been tougher on crime, a San Francisco activist told Fox News.
After anti-police protests in Atlanta over the weekend resulted in property damage, some Americans in D.C. say destroying property can be a form of violence.
Americans in the nation’s capital are divided on whether the investigation into how President Biden handled classified documents will impact a 2024 White House run.
After classified documents were discovered at President Biden’s home and office, Washington, D.C., residents said the government needs to do a better job handling such material.
President Biden’s handling of classified documents is concerning and should be handled similarly to President Trump’s case, Washington, D.C. residents say.
Had President Biden visited the border sooner, record migrant crossings in the city may have led to different outcomes, El Paso homeless shelter director says.
El Paso residents say the migrant crisis is bad, but are split on whether Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas should stay in power.
Brittney Griner’s detention in a Russian penal colony was a violation of human rights, but the terms of her prisoner swap were concerning, Congress members say.
Texas Gov. Abbott invoked the invasion clause of the U.S. and Texas constitutions to curtail migration, but Ken Cuccinelli says the declaration changes nothing.
Pittsburgh voters weren’t concerned about John Fetterman’s ability to perform in the Senate after beating Dr. Mehmet Oz, despite his ongoing stroke recovery.