Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will sit Wednesday for an interview with Laura Ingraham on "The Ingraham Angle."
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Laura Ingraham said the chaos surrounding the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee is reminiscent of when Clarence Thomas was accused of sexual harassment by Anita Hill.
Laura Ingraham called out Google executives for expressing their displeasure with the election of Donald Trump, but at the same time working with China's communist government.
A Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in northern California was attacked by a man with a switchblade, while the perp ranted about President Donald Trump.
In her "Angle" commentary on Tuesday, Laura Ingraham said it's time to build the border wall that President Trump has touted at his rallies across the country.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson said Monday on "The Ingraham Angle" that NFL players are "poised to make a difference" in the areas of criminal and social justice.
In her "Angle" commentary on Monday, Laura Ingraham reacted to two Miami Dolphins players kneeling on the sideline at the start of the season.
Chicago’s state Rep. La Shawn Ford said during "The Ingraham Angle" that the way to start curbing the violence in the Windy City is to elect an African-American mayor.
In a special "Inraham Angle" town hall, Laura Ingraham delves into the reasons behind the staggering levels of violence on the streets of Chicago.
In her "Angle" commentary on Wednesday, Laura Ingraham blasted the White House official who penned a New York Times op-ed criticizing President Trump.
In her "Angle" commentary, Laura Ingraham said the left is destroying civility and sowing chaos.
Amid the gun violence epidemic in Chicago, Fox News political analyst and Chicago native Gianno Caldwell met with residents from some of the city's worst-hit communities to find out what's driving the bloodshed.