Historian and political scientist Victor Davis Hanson reacted to former FBI Director Jim Comey's statement to the press Monday, in which he denied taking unethical actions and also criticized Fox News and its viewers.
Tucker Carlson warned that prior to Venezuela's economic collapse and descent into public clashes with the government, the Maduro administration banned private ownership of firearms.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said on "Hannity" that Robert Mueller's prosecutors only care about "getting Trump and winning their cases."
A French language teacher who was fired after not using male pronouns with which a transgender student identified said on Monday that he did everything he could to accommodate the student's new identity.
The attorney for a former Green Beret charged with murder in the death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker said he welcomes President Trump's input in the case.
Alan Dershowitz said Saturday on "Justice With Judge Jeanine" that the FBI knew the truth before questioning former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Larry Elder said Friday on "Hannity" that some top Democrats warning the left about potential overreach is "a sign of the apocalypse."
A comedian who was born in the former Soviet Union said that when a British college asked him to sign an agreement stipulating that he could not transgress multiple factions of people with his jokes, he "felt right at home."
President Trump celebrated the ruling by a Bush-appointed federal judge that struck down the Affordable Care Act -- or ObamaCare -- "in whole."
Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova blasted the federal government for what he called "one of the most disgraceful events in American criminal justice."
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said ex-FBI Director Jim Comey's remarks about the Trump White House and the FBI interview of Gen. Michael Flynn is "the epitaph of his entire time" as director.
The second season of the hit docu-series “Scandalous” continues on Fox News Channel with an in-depth look at how the mysterious 1969 death of Mary Jo Kopechne threw Sen. Ted Kennedy's political career into turmoil.