Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz said Thursday a CBS News report on White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders planning her departure was "weirdly speculative."
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Details are now coming out on the Justice Department inspector general's report faulting former FBI Director James Comey for going beyond his authority in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said his colleague Sen. Lindsey Graham is "terribly naive" to draft an authorization for the use of military force (AUMF) against North Korea if President Trump and Kim Jong Un fail to reach a diplomatic agreement.
Jonathan Turley said it was "really reckless" for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to threaten to “subpoena” lawmakers and staff on a Republican-led House committee during a tense meeting earlier this year.
Seattle's city council is backing off the so-called "Amazon tax," dubbed by critics as a "tax on jobs."
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway joined Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith on Monday as the first headliner on a revamped and expanded "America's Newsroom."
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday he doesn't believe that former FBI Director James Comey could be prosecuted for how he handled the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy called on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to leave her San Francisco home and visit areas of the country being positively affected by President Donald Trump's economic policies.
Howard Kurtz said the arrest of a veteran Senate Intelligence Committee staffer and the seizure of a New York Times' reporter's records will have a "chilling effect" on journalists.
Celebrity chef and CNN host Anthony Bourdain was found dead early Friday in an apparent suicide.
Police have released chilling 911 calls and surveillance video from the Mandalay Bay hotel showing the terror and chaos that unfolded during the Oct. 2017 massacre.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of a baker who refused to craft a wedding cake for a same-sex couple could set a precedent for religious discrimination in future cases.