Judge Andrew Napolitano said the special counsel for the investigation of President Trump and Russia may someday just 'close up shop' without bringing charges against anyone.
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Fox News White House correspondent Kevin Corke reported today that an unnamed White House official said New York Times and Washington Post reports on Russia seem like a "coordinated attack" on the president by the media.
Bret Baier described the atmosphere at a lunch with President Trump and other news anchors Wednesday as "divisive."
On "Shepard Smith Reporting" this afternoon, Chad Pergram said many Republican members of Congress are concerned that the Trump administration is surrounded by so much drama that it's going to be difficult to advance their legislative agenda.
A small island that's literally in the middle of nowhere has become a collecting "sink" for more than 38 million pieces of garbage.
Former FBI Director James Comey asked the Justice Department for more resources for his Russia investigation just days before his firing, a Senate Democrat said this afternoon.
House Republicans on Thursday passed legislation aimed at repealing and replacing ObamaCare. Now, will it pass the Senate?
Judge Andrew Napolitano said FBI Director Jim Comey "made it worse" for his bureau when he again tried to explain his decision-making during the Hillary Clinton email probe.
Saturday, April 29 marks President Trump's 100th day in office. Could a government shutdown be coming on the same day?
At a press conference Tuesday, Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis was asked by a reporter why the United States responded to Syria's chemical weapons attack, but not to the Assad regime's use of barrel bombs.
Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall reported today from Turkey after speaking to members of the U.S.-backed Free Syrian Army about the fight against the Assad regime.