Alan Dershowitz said Special Counsel Robert Mueller was "really foolish" not to seek warrants for the tens of thousands of emails he obtained from the Trump transition team.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano pushed back on the claim from President Trump's legal team that Special Counsel Robert Mueller improperly obtained tens of thousands of emails from the transition team.
It's now been 15 years since the murder case that captivated a nation and Fox News Channel has a special look on Sunday at 8:00pm ET.
President Trump said Friday morning that Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore should concede after losing Tuesday's special election to Democrat Doug Jones.
Mike Huckabee sounded off Thursday morning on the hundreds of anti-Trump text messages exchanged between two FBI agents in 2016.
A new video shows North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un appearing with a team of nuclear scientists before Communist Party leaders.
President Donald Trump and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand are embroiled in a Twitter feud after the junior senator called on the president to resign.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) said it's time to "clean up" chain migration policies following the revelation that the Bangladeshi man who allegedly detonated a pipe bomb in New York City on Monday came to the U.S. on a family immigrant visa.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday morning a suspected terrorist in New York City must be "held under the law of war" and interrogated accordingly.
Just two weeks ago, ISIS issued a cryptic message about "Christmas in New York."
Will Carr got an up-close look at a hillside along the Pacific Coast Highway, on the opposite side of beach homes where firefighters have been working around the clock to protect the structures.
Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley said today that more transparency is needed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.