Chris Wallace said Friday that President Trump is engaged in an "unprecedented attack" on the mainstream media, something he has found particularly distressing.
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Retired Army Special Forces Officer Michael Waltz said Wednesday that if U.S. troops leave their mission in Syria destroy the Islamic State, "we will have ISIS 3.0."
U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward (R-Ariz.) said Wednesday that she supports President Trump's idea to have the military secure the U.S.-Mexico border until his wall is built, saying it's a "great option" for now.
Fox Business Network's Charles Payne urged President Trump to explain to Americans his strategy behind what some have called a new "trade war" against China.
Police said Tuesday that the woman who shot three employees at YouTube's San Bruno, California headquarters before fatally shooting herself was angry that she wasn't being compensated for the videos she published.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince ripped Iran's supreme leader in an interview with The Atlantic, saying that Ali Khamenei "makes Hitler look good."
The author of a new book that pushes back against Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" says he wrote it to "have the record set straight" on Wolff's "serial inaccuracies" about the 2016 Trump campaign.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday that President Donald Trump can easily obtain unredacted documents related to the probe of alleged FISA abuses by the FBI and Department of Justice.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said Friday that he believes the reputation of the FBI and DOJ will be restored as a result of the investigation into potential FISA abuses by both agencies.
Apple CEO recently weighed in on Facebook's data scandal and and electronic privacy itself, saying it's a "human right" and a "civil liberty."
Roseanne Barr received a congratulatory call from President Trump after the premiere of the rebooted 1990s sitcom scored big ratings Tuesday night.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller dropped a "hint" about possible evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.