Seattle University School of Law suspended its externship program with Immigration and Customs Enforcement after a complaint by a student that was followed by a petition filing.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders said Wednesday although he believes border security is "enormously important," building a wall would be the wrong way to improve it.
France's ambassador to the United States, Gerard Araud, said Tuesday on "Special Report" that the ongoing protests in the country against French President Emmanuel Macron's government are "full of common sense."
Daniel Krauthammer, son of the late political theorist, columnist and great friend of Fox News, Charles Krauthammer, spoke to "Fox & Friends" on Sunday about his father's life and a new book of his past writings and speeches released this month.
Jonathan Turley reacted Friday to the release of a sentencing recommendation against ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen and a heavily-redacted document from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecution team alleging former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied about contact with Trump White House officials and other matters.
Christian Broadcasting Network anchor David Brody reacted to reports that President Trump is seriously considering former Attorney General Bill Barr to succeed Jeff Sessions and Matthew Whitaker in that same post.
The late Charles Krauthammer, renowned political theorist, commentator and friend to Fox News, spoke about the repercussions of the Kremlin's moves in the years following the Soviet Union's demise.
Pornographic film actress Stormy Daniels said Wednesday that her celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti sued President Donald Trump for defamation against her wishes and started a fundraiser in her name from which he refuses to share "accounting information."
Real Clear Politics editor A.B. Stoddard offered a pointed criticism of President Trump for casting doubt on whether Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg said it was "kind of outrageous" that Georgia gubernatorial runner-up Stacey Abrams gave a speech she explicitly labeled "not a... concession" after Governor-elect Brian Kemp tallied an insurmountable lead.
Real Clear Politics editor AB Stoddard blasted Florida Gov. Rick Scott and blamed him for the ongoing election fiasco in the Sunshine State.
Los Angeles attorney Michael Avenatti, who is suing President Donald Trump on behalf of pornographic actress Stormy Daniels, was reportedly arrested Wednesday on a felony charge of domestic assault.