WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 10: U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) listens during a news conference on prescription drugs January 10, 2019 at the Capitol in Washington, DC. Congressional Democrats held a news conference to introduce a legislative package 'that would drastically reduce prescription drug prices in the United States.' (Photo …

Rep. Ilhan Omar Spreads Fake News with Attack on Covington Students

Freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is getting slammed on social media for attacking the Covington Catholic students in a Tuesday night tweet, even after media outlets admitted to misreporting the viral encounter between the students and the Native American elder.


NYC Restaurants Slash Staff over $15 Minimum Wage

New York City restaurants, feeling the pinch of trying to make ends meet, are slashing their staff after a state law that took effect at the end of 2018 is mandating restaurants with 11 or more workers to pay a $15 an hour minimum wage.

Marie Jean Pierre was a dishwasher at the Conrad Miami for more than 10 years but found herself without a job. The devout Christian missionary who was born in Haiti says she missed six Sundays from work to attend Bethel Baptist Church and was fired by her boss at the …

Jury Awards $21 Million to Hotel Dishwasher Forced to Work Sundays

A jury awarded a Florida hotel dishwasher more than $21 million after determining that the woman’s employer discriminated against her religious beliefs by forcing her to work Sundays and firing her when she did not show up for religious reasons.

Alleged Burglar Little Girl to Tulsa, Oklahoma, Break-in. (Video Screenshot: Tulsa Police Department)

WATCH: Alleged Burglar Takes Little Girl to Work

A security camera outside a flower shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shows the shocking image of an alleged burglar who brought a little girl along as he attempts a break-in. The effort apparently fails.

Mexican presidential front-runner 'AMLO' registers candidacy

El Chapo Gave Bribe to AMLO’s 2006 Presidential Campaign, Says Court Brief

A new court document in the trial of Mexican drug lord El Chapo claims he gave money to the failed 2006 presidential campaign of current Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO). Federal prosecutors tried to keep information about bribes paid to top Mexican politicians under seal, records revealed.