Trump reaches out to faith voters, as candidates spar on security

  Donald Trump paused from another day of sparring with Hillary Clinton over national security issues Friday to reach out to faith voters, telling an audience at the Values Voters Summit that he will defend Christian values like “you’ve never seen before.” Speaking at the gathering of conservative Christians in Washington, the Republican nominee said…

Commerce official ripped after spending tax $$ on luxury hotels, cars, renovations

Sept. 9, 2016: A cyclist passes flags of Switzerland and the Canton of Geneva along the shore of Lake Geneva on a warm and sunny day in Switzerland. (Reuters) A watchdog group is demanding answers, and a name, after a new inspector general report called out a “high ranking” Commerce Department official for spending taxpayer…

Carolina blue, again?

  **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster:  Carolina blue, again? – Russia housed – Power Play: Break time – Audible: But other than that… – Red bandana CAROLINA BLUE, AGAIN? It’s Election Day! But alas, for you, dear readers, it is just the first of many.…

Congress passes bill letting 9/11 victims sue Saudi Arabia, in face of veto threat

  Despite veto threats from President Obama, the House on Friday gave final approval to a bill that would allow the victims of 9/11 to sue the government of Saudi Arabia.  “We wanted it to come to the floor, symbolically before the 15th anniversary,” Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., the bill’s sponsor told The Associated Press.…

Bill Clinton suggests Trump slogan racist – but he used the same one

  Former President Bill Clinton might want to keep the racism accusations to himself from now on — after ripping Donald Trump for a slogan he’s used repeatedly since his ‘Comeback Kid’ days. The 42nd president on Wednesday, while stumping in Orlando for Hillary Clinton, suggested Trump’s campaign rallying cry, “Make America Great Again,” is…

DOJ reportedly granted immunity to computer expert who deleted Clinton emails

  The Department of Justice reportedly gave immunity to a computer expert who deleted Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails during its investigation into her private email server despite being ordered by Congress to keep them. The New York Times reported Thursday that the Justice Department’s immunity deal with Paul Combetta likely means that Republican…

DOJ reportedly granted immunity to computer expert who deleted Clinton emails

  The Department of Justice reportedly gave immunity to a computer expert who deleted Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails during its investigation into her private email server despite being ordered by Congress to keep them. The New York Times reported Thursday that the Justice Department’s immunity deal with Paul Combetta likely means that Republican…