Actor Robert Davi reacted to the success of the "Roseanne" reboot, which caused ABC to already renew the program for a second (or eleventh) season.
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The mayor of Aliso Viejo, California is joining leaders of other cities looking to opt out of state's "sanctuary" law.
A suburban Columbus high school student suspended for, in his words, failing to "make a political choice" in the classroom over gun control discussed the incident on "Cavuto Live."
Maryland Democratic Sen. Benjamin Cardin said it appeared "vindictive and political" for the Trump administration to fire Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe in a way that will likely affect his substantial pension.
Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone appeared on "Cavuto Live" Saturday morning ahead of the critical Pennsylvania special election on Tuesday.
Georgia Lieutenant Gov. Casey Cagle (R) said Saturday that "conservatives are tired of being kicked around" when asked to defend his push to halt consideration of a sizeable tax cut for Delta Airlines.
"Saturday Night Live" alumnus and Salem Networks radio host Joe Piscopo said fellow comedian Jimmy Kimmel "has it in his power to bring the country together" on Oscars night.
Two employees of Dick's Sporting Goods recently resigned after the company's CEO responded to the Florida school shooting by raising the minimum required age to purchase a long gun.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) responded to comments from Connecticut Democrat Richard Blumenthal, who said Republicans will only act to prevent gun violence if it means "mass losses" in elections.
Ben Stein said the mainstream media "disgraced itself" by fighting against the release of a controversial memo alleging government surveillance abuses.
Economist and actor Ben Stein ripped sanctuary cities, saying their position is akin to effectively seceding from the Union by openly violating federal immigration laws.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage said Saturday on "Cavuto Live" that he spoke with President Trump about the successes of his Medicaid-to-work program.