An 18-year-old Washington state girl who pushed her friend off a 60-foot bridge into the Lewis River said Friday she will accept whatever the local prosecutor decides in her case.
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The Republican businessman running against longtime New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez said the Democrat is "corrupt" and has left New Jersey "underserved."
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Rezendes said that he wasn't surprised by the bombshell sexual abuse scandal around the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano is not pleased with how the judge in the Paul Manafort trial has conducted himself.
Incumbent Texas Senator Ted Cruz may have a close reelection race on his hands, Dana Perino reported Wednesday on "The Daily Briefing."
Facebook announced it has uncovered "sophisticated" efforts, possibly linked to Russia, believed to be aimed at American voters ahead of the midterm elections.
Bret Baier said that President Trump may very well be trolling the media and the left by claiming that he thinks Russia will interfere in the midterms.
Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt said Friday that President Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is becoming increasingly urgent in his calls for help from the president with his legal woes.
Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer said Tuesday that the rhetoric President Trump spoke at Monday's summit with Vladimir Putin hurt his cause.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said Tuesday that President Trump's remarks at his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin marked a "bad day for America."
A former clerk for Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh responded incredulously to a threat by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sue if the Supreme Court does not protect Roe v. Wade.
Judge Andrew Napolitano brought attention to an often-overlooked Supreme Court doctrine called Chevron Deference, which he said often gives bureaucratic agencies a "leg up" on the individual when an "ambiguous statute" is in question.