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Dana Loesch called Joy Behar for declaring that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is “probably guilty” of a decades-old sexual assault allegation and claiming that “old," "white men” on the Senate Judiciary Committee are protecting him.
Steve Doocy brought us a powerful interview Thursday with a blind Arizona high school football player who amazingly scored two touchdowns in a game last weekend.
Former President Obama raised eyebrows earlier this month when he said he, not President Trump, should get credit for the historically strong U.S. economy.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is leading a push to compel companies to disclose more information about how their businesses impact and could be impacted by climate change.
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday went after President Donald Trump, urging Americans to “check and reject” hiss “authoritarian tendencies” in November's midterm elections.
A fearless 83-year-old great-grandfather helped foil an attempted armed robbery in County Cork, Ireland, on Saturday.
Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday on Fox & Friends that the joke made by Emmy Awards co-host Michael Che comparing Republicans to crackheads was just another reason why awards show ratings have been declining.
Candace Owens spoke out Tuesday on Fox & Friends against the actions of Senate Democrats, accusing them of "politicizing" sexual assault.
Legal expert Jonathan Turley said there are three ways a public hearing with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his sexual assault accuser could play out.
A woman whose daughter was killed by MS-13 gang members died Friday night in an incident while attending a vigil for her daughter.
Tammy Bruce called out Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) for how she handled a letter she received from a woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.