Author Michelle Malkin, a vocal proponent of the independent film "Gosnell" that premiered last weekend, said the movie is a "hit" despite repeated attempts to suppress its story from being disseminated.
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George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to Maine Sen. Susan Collins' alma mater considering rescinding an honorary degree over her vote to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Phelim McAleer, the Irish-born filmmaker who produced the new film "Gosnell" with his partner, Ann McElhinney, said the now-imprisoned Dr. Kermit Gosnell was "America's most prolific serial killer."
Columnist Charles Hurt said that when President Trump riffs on Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas," he does so to lampoon the entire topic of "identity politics" as a whole.
Ohio's Republican lieutenant governor renewed her call for Sen. Sherrod Brown to resign in the wake of court records that purport alleged spousal abuse and at least one restraining order filed against him by his now-ex-wife.
Laura Ingraham said she agreed with former First Lady Michelle Obama's reply to fiery remarks by former Attorney General Eric Holder.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham responded to rumors that, with U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley's resignation, she will look to take Graham's seat as he purportedly moves to replace Jeff Sessions as attorney general.
The panel on "The Story" said Tuesday that there are several good potential diplomats to take Nikki Haley's place after she leaves her ambassadorship at the United Nations at the end of the year.
Martha MacCallum took issue with Fox News Radio host Marie Harf criticizing Maine Sen. Susan Collins for her now-viral speech defending her vote for Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh accepted his nomination and was ceremonially sworn in to his position on the federal bench by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy at the White House on Monday.
Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski explained her decision Friday to oppose the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Louisiana Republican Sen. John N. Kennedy blasted House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi for comparing Judge Brett Kavanaugh to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.