Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, said Democrats need new leadership if they want to take control of the House in November's midterm elections.
Molly Line joined Fox News Channel as a Boston-based correspondent in January 2006.
Prior to joining FNC, Line worked as an anchor and reporter for WFXT-TV (FOX 25) in Boston, Massachusetts and WXXA-TV (FOX 23) in Albany, New York. While at the local affiliate in Boston, Line covered the sentencing of the shoe bomber Richard Reid and the Station Nightclub Fire, a disaster that killed nearly 100 people. Line started her career in journalism as a photographer and reporter at WDTV-TV (CBS 5) in Bridgeport, West Virginia.
Line is a graduate of Virginia Tech where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Political Science.
Stories from Molly Line
There has been speculation about a "blue wave" in November's midterm elections, but Republican National Committee spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany believes Democrats will be hurt by the deep division in their party.
The "Outnumbered" co-hosts blasted Lanny Davis for admitting to being an "anonymous" source in a story about the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting and for walking back his bombshell assertion that President Trump knew about the meeting in advance.
Sen. John McCain wrote a farewell message to his "fellow Americans" before he passed away, and on Monday his longtime friend and McCain family spokesman Rick Davis read it to reporters.
A man in Massachusetts turned the front lawn of his home into a patriotic display in honor of Independence Day.
Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov reacted to the release of the House Intelligence Committee's Democratic memo, which was released Saturday in response to an earlier memo from Republicans about alleged government surveillance abuses during the 2016 presidential campaign.
To get into the Christmas spirit, Mike Huckabee offered his "naughty and nice" list for 2017.
Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino said a major "housecleaning" has to take place at the FBI to restore the public trust.
President Donald Trump held a video conference with several members of the U.S. military stationed abroad over Christmas.
A case in Portland, Oregon, is the latest to shine a light on sanctuary cities after an illegal immigrant was arrested for sexual assaulting an elderly woman.
President Trump took a detour during his trip to Arlington National Cemetery in order to visit the graves of those Americans lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Massachusetts' highest court will decide whether local authorities in the state may comply with detainers issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).