A woman who alleged that President Clinton raped her in 1978 said she hopes he will be examined as closely as people like Judge Roy Moore (R-Ala.), who have been accused of sexual misconduct.
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
Laura Ingraham pointed out that many comics had "far more muted" reactions to Louis C.K.'s sexual misconduct than they had to similar allegations against conservatives.
In the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Roy Moore (R-Ala.), Democrats and establishment Republicans have called for him to bow out of the Senate race, Laura Ingraham reported.
Laura Ingraham said that left-wing politicians and media talking heads are participating in a "shameless and phony embrace of American exceptionalism."
Laura Ingraham said it was almost a certainty that Republicans would lose the gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia, but there are still lessons than President Donald Trump and the GOP can take away heading into 2018.
In the days following the Texas church massacre, stories of courage in the face of evil are beginning to emerge.
Texas Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick (R) said the man being praised as a hero after the Sutherland Springs church shooting doesn't want the moniker.
Laura Ingraham said that, while most reaction to the deadly shooting at a Texas church showed how Americans can come together after tragedy, not all commentary was positive in that way.
On "The Ingraham Angle" tonight, Laura Ingraham pulled back the curtain on the plight of persecuted Christians and other minorities in the Middle East, and how the Trump administration's efforts to deliver aid are being stalled.
President Donald Trump sat down with Laura Ingraham at the White House for an exclusive interview on "The Ingraham Angle."
Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas joined Laura Ingraham tonight for a rare interview on "The Ingraham Angle."
Laura Ingraham said Americans are not going to accept radical Islamist terrorist attacks like what occurred in New York City on Tuesday as the "new normal."