In her "Angle" monologue tonight, Laura Ingraham called out the mainstream media for refusing to cover President Trump's successes during his first year in office.
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Conservative author Ann Coulter said the war of words between Breitbart executive Steve Bannon and President Trump will have little effect on the White House agenda.
A woman whose daughter was killed by a driver high on medical marijuana spoke out against a CNN New Year's Eve report where the correspondent handled a bong and a lit blunt.
Rep. Trey Gowdy demanded House investigators receive access to key documents in connection with the salacious Trump-Russia dossier - including forms from FBI interviews - and called out irregularities in the Hillary Clinton email probe.
The father of fallen Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn praised President Trump for his efforts to change Obama-era rules of engagement in the war against ISIS.
Jesse Watters reacted to a poll showing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's public approval rating slipping since June.
Laura Ingraham said Democrats are revealing how desperate they are by continuing warning President Trump not to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller despite Trump and his team repeatedly stating that he has no plans to do so.
Vice President Mike Pence sat down with Laura Ingraham on "The Ingraham Angle" on Wednesday to discuss the tax reform bill.
Senator Tim Scott responded to a blogger who accused him of being President Donald Trump's African-American "prop" at the White House tax reform speech.
Laura Ingraham praised President Trump for his accomplishments in his first year and advised him on how to avoid Democratic wins in 2018.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on "The Ingraham Angle" tonight that it's sad to see liberals who claim to support "empowering women" turn around and attack women in the Trump administration because they disagree with them politically.
In her "Angle" monologue tonight, Laura Ingraham said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe has become "irreparably tainted" after "endless revelations of bias" against President Trump.