The candidate running against Rep. Keith Ellison for Minnesota attorney general said Saturday on “Fox & Friends” that the "hypocrisy" surrounding the assault accusations against Ellison are "astounding."
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The duo behind Ben & Jerry's ice cream is hoping to "take back Congress" by creating Democrat-inspired flavors.
Mike Huckabee reacted Sunday on "Fox & Friends" to former Secretary of State John Kerry for holding private meetings with Iranian officials.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry ripped President Donald Trump during an interview Friday night with "Real Time" host Bill Maher.
An American flag shredded by the vicious winds of Tropical Storm Florence was captured still standing by a live camera off the North Carolina coast.
A man who was trapped inside his New Bern, North Carolina, home by Tropical Storm Florence spoke with “Fox & Friends” on Saturday.
The widow of a fallen Marine said Sunday on Fox & Friends that Nike's ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick was upsetting to see, given all of the military members that have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
A number of people in Manhattan Beach, California expressed the same belief as gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom, that illegal immigrants should receive free health care.
Turning Point USA Communications Director Candace Owens said Sunday on Fox & Friends that rapper Kanye West is being completely serious when talking about potentially running for president in 2024.
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren said Saturday on Fox & Friends that the more former President Barack Obama blasts President Trump and Republicans, the more the American people will back the current commander in chief.
Tom Homan said Saturday on “Fox & Friends” that the decision by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to stop the city's jail from receiving people detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is in opposition to the president and his administration.
An Army veteran called out Nike Saturday on Fox & Friends for featuring Colin Kaepernick at the center of the company's "Just Do It" campaign.