A student who survived last week's massacre at a Florida high school said Wednesday he does not believe the tragedy is being covered fairly.
Laura Ingraham joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2007 and currently serves as host of "The Ingraham Angle."
As host of the radio program "The Laura Ingraham Show," she is also the most listened-to woman in political talk radio in the United States, heard on hundreds of radio stations nationwide. Ingraham previously served as a litigator and Supreme Court law clerk.
Ingraham is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of “The Hillary Trap,” “Shut Up & Sing,” “Power to the People,” “The Obama Diaries” and “Of Thee I Zing: America’s Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots.”
Ingraham graduated from Dartmouth College and went on to receive her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Stories from Laura Ingraham
Evangelist Pat Robertson joined Pastor Rick Warren and one of Rev. Billy Graham's grandchildren to honor the 99-year-old's legacy.
Laura Ingraham responded to actress Jennifer Lawrence's announcement that she will be taking a year off from Hollywood to help "fix our democracy."
In her "Angle" monologue Tuesday night, Laura Ingraham called out Democrats for claiming that illegal immigrants help the U.S. by doing the jobs that Americans won't -- or can't -- do.
Laura Ingraham said New York's junior senator is "weaponizing" the #MeToo movement in order to swing more female votes to her and the Democrats.
On "The Ingraham Angle" on Thursday, Laura Ingraham debated an activist who's calling for the removal of Confederate monuments in New Orleans.
Former President George W. Bush criticized President Donald Trump's immigration policies during an appearance in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
At least half of the suspects apprehended in a major drug bust last month in Cincinnati were reportedly in the United States illegally, Laura Ingraham said Wednesday night.
The mother of a law enforcement officer killed by a drunk illegal immigrant driver in 2014 spoke out on "The Ingraham Angle."
The man at the center of the controversial surveillance memo - former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page - will sit down exclusively with Laura Ingraham tonight at 10:00pm ET on Fox News.
In her opening monologue on Friday night, Laura Ingraham reacted to the controversial memo alleging government surveillance abuses.
Laura Ingraham said in her monologue on Thursday night that the victims of illegal immigrant crime and their families are "almost invisible" to Democrats.