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In her opening monologue on Friday night, Laura Ingraham reacted to the controversial memo alleging government surveillance abuses.
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The parents of a teenager killed by MS-13 gang members hit out at the Democrats who declined to stand and applaud when President Trump honored them at Tuesday's State of the Union address.
Laura Ingraham blasted the mainstream media for its "willful blindness" to the strong economic gains in President Trump's first year.
Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said the FBI has experienced "the worst period in the history of the bureau" in the time since President Trump's election.
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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, who has been one of the most high-profile global critics of President Trump, joined Laura Ingraham Thursday night to debate Trump's immigration plan.
Former Trump campaign adviser and longtime confidant Roger Stone told Laura Ingraham that the president should by no means meet with or be interrogated by Robert Mueller.
After a raucous 2017 event featuring Gateway Pundit writer Lucian Wintrich, conservative author Ben Shapiro was allowed to speak at the University of Connecticut on Wednesday.
Ann Coulter slammed a new California policy that could open the door to illegal immigrants voting.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) said the federal government should search "every place" they can to recover the missing months worth of texts between FBI Agent Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.