Dolly Parton reacted this morning to the Donald Trump-bashing at the Emmys by her onstage partners Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.
Pete Hegseth joined the network in 2014 and currently serves as a contributor for FOX News Channel (FNC), providing analysis and commentary across daytime and primetime programming.
Hegseth, who also serves as CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, was an infantry Captain in the Army National Guard, and has served in Afghanistan and Iraq, and at Guantanamo Bay.
He holds two Bronze Stars and a Combat Infantryman Badge for his time in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hegseth has a bachelor's degree in politics from Princeton University and master's degree in public policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Stories from Pete Hegseth
Laura Ingraham said Hillary Clinton's comments on NFL players kneeling for the national anthem illustrate why she was not fit to be commander-in-chief.
The Clinton Foundation will not return tens of thousands of dollars in donations from Harvey Weinstein following accusations of sexual harassment and rape against the Hollywood mogul.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is expected on Monday to plead guilty to charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
Sebastian Gorka charged the left with "institutionalizing violence," and predicted GOP congressional victories in 2018.
Ohio State University students have issued a guide on avoiding offensive Halloween costumes.
President Donald Trump is slamming the "fake news" media after NBC News reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was on the verge of resigning from his post and called Trump a "moron."
Before his big address in Indiana on tax reform, President Donald Trump spoke to Pete Hegseth about several of the big stories of the day, including NFL players protesting the national anthem.
Dozens of NFL players on Sunday refused to stand for the national anthem to protest racism in America and to defy President Donald Trump's call for players who "disrespect the flag" to be fired.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) fired back at NFL players and owners who objected to Trump's criticism of them kneeling for the national anthem.
At this morning's NFL game in London, several members of the AFC's Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars knelt during the "Star-Spangled Banner," but stood during Britain's "God Save the Queen."
The man who killed Usama Bin Laden, retired SEAL Rob O'Neill, asked where social justice activist Colin Kaepernick is playing quarterback this Sunday.