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Laura Ingraham said Hillary Clinton's comments on NFL players kneeling for the national anthem illustrate why she was not fit to be commander-in-chief.
Nigel Farage hit back at Hillary Clinton after she accused him of lying to prop up Donald Trump during the campaign season.
The Clinton Foundation will not return tens of thousands of dollars in donations from Harvey Weinstein following accusations of sexual harassment and rape against the Hollywood mogul.
A Marine Corps veteran is not letting losing both of his legs stop him from walking, traveling, and even running races.
Geraldo Rivera said his trip to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria confirmed how badly the press skews coverage of President Trump.
Bodycam footage showed some of the heroic rescues officers have performed as wildfires rage through California.
Sheriff David Clarke lambasted Hillary Clinton for her response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal, calling her hypocritical in her remarks.
President Donald Trump is expected to "decertify" the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement before Sunday's deadline, which would leave the fate of the deal in Congress' hands.
A West Virginia coal miner is going viral for his powerful rendition of the national anthem.
Geraldo Rivera said the people of Puerto Rico were very happy that President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited to survey the Hurricane Maria recovery efforts, despite the assertions of some in the media.
A student at the University of California, Berkeley says it's become socially acceptable for conservatives to be "beaten, chased and stalked" on campus.