Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence joined Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" for his first Sunday show interview since officially becoming Donald Trump's running mate.
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In an exclusive interview with "Fox News Sunday," Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke about some of the issues her critics frequently mention, including Benghazi, her private email server and the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary Clinton joined Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" for her first interview since officially becoming the Democratic presidential nominee.
In the wake of the UK's shocking Brexit vote, Hillary Clinton said these uncertain times call for "calm, steady, experienced leadership in the White House," which Newt Gingrich found "hysterical."
George Will announced this weekend that he has left the Republican Party because of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
On "Fox News Sunday" today, Chris Wallace questioned Attorney General Loretta Lynch about President Obama's recent endorsement of Hillary Clinton and how that might affect the investigation into the former secretary of state's private email server.
The Orlando terror attack is proof that radical jihadists are using a different strategy for picking their targets, Dr. Sebastian Gorka said on "Sunday Morning Futures" today.
Newt Gingrich believes that "the country will become enraged" if the violent protests that have broken out at recent Donald Trump rallies continue into the fall.
Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) joined Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" today, and things got heated while discussing the scathing IG report on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), chair of Donald Trump’s national security advisory committee, appeared on "Fox News Sunday" today to explain Trump's approach to foreign policy.
“If it is challenged, I’m not going to risk any money for the state of North Carolina,” he told Chris Wallace.
Donald Trump will not “allow Hillary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren to hide behind their sex,” says his campaign strategist, Paul Manafort.