On the rainy Wednesday night of Feb. 13, Trevor Loudon, an author and public speaker from New Zealand, attended a dinner hosted by Republican Women of San Francisco, Federated to talk about communism’s threat to America. From Clinton to illegal immigration and the Rainbow Coalition, Loudon spoke about how various groups andRead More →

AL-OMAR OIL FIELD BASE, Syria (AP) — Islamic State militants are preventing more than 1,000 civilians from leaving a tiny area still held by the extremist group in a village in eastern Syria, a spokesman for the U.S.-backed Syrian militia fighting the group said Sunday. “Regrettably, Daesh have closed allRead More →

NEW YORK (AP) — Anders Lee energized the New York Islanders with a fight late in the second period, and then came through with a key goal late in the third after Edmonton pulled within one, helping his team get another win. Mathew Barzal and Lee scored in the Islanders’Read More →

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—A note found in a 16-year-old boy’s pocket indicated that he had planned to kill his ex-girlfriend and others on Valentine’s Day, when he fired a gunshot inside his high school, according to documents filed by authorities in court. No one was injured in the shooting that happened onRead More →