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The founder of pro-police officer group Blue Lives Matter defended his organization's decision on Saturday not to partner with the New York Jets.
Turning Point USA's Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens were ambushed by a group of liberal protesters outside a Philadelphia restaurant Monday morning.
Ken Starr said Saturday that Brett Kavanaugh "overwhelmingly" deserves to be confirmed to the Supreme Court.
A woman whose husband and two children were killed in a crash involving an illegal immigrant said Saturday that America is only seeing one side of the story when it comes to family reunification.
Gary Kaltbaum reminded viewers of "Cavuto Live" of then-Sen. Barack Obama's views on illegal immigration, as critics of President Trump continue to lash out despite his signing of an executive order to keep migrant families together.
President Trump dismissed a question from a CNN reporter after learning of his employer during a press briefing on the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Canada.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) ripped the congressional reaction to Friday's deadly shooting at a high school in Texas.
A retired NYPD detective said Saturday that more aggressive background checks are not the solution to gun control in the wake of Friday's deadly shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.
The high school senior who organized a nationwide school walkout in support of the Second Amendment said he is more concerned with protecting the rights of individuals than targeting weapons themselves.
Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell said Saturday that rapper Kanye West's show of support for President Donald Trump could initiate a movement of celebrities opening up about their political beliefs and values.
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.