Ben Shapiro slammed the writer who reported on past homophobic tweets from Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray hours after he won college football's top honor.
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Rep. Mark Meadows responded to speculation Monday that he's among a list of contenders to replace John Kelly as White House Chief of Staff.
Rep. Matt Gaetz blasted James Comey for having "selective amnesia" during his closed-door testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
Juan Williams and former Bush adviser Karl Rove sparred over the qualifications of a top potential pick for U.S. Attorney General.
Martha MacCallum and Jesse Watters discussed the controversy as to whether or not Hillary Clinton snubbed her electoral foe President Donald Trump at President George H.W. Bush's funeral service at the National Cathedral Wednesday.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett, who served as President George H.W. Bush's "drug czar," said the 41st commander-in-chief had a "Trump" side to him.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday night that he's going to come down "like a ton of bricks" on Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) following the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Gen. Jack Keane said Monday on "The Story" that he's in favor of the truce agreed upon between the U.S. and China, but "it remains to be seen" what results it will yield.
A man who gave $1,000 to each student and employee at a California high school damaged by the state's deadly Camp Fire said on "The Story" that making those affected by the blaze happy is "all the compensation" he needs.
Outgoing Illinois State Rep. Peter Breen reacted to a public attack from a Democratic lawmaker who wished that his family would die from Legionnaire's Disease after a floor debate on appropriations legislation.
A former Trump campaign adviser and longtime Republican consultant said it's "not surprising" that Michael Cohen "would never take a bullet for Donald Trump," after the onetime Trump ally pleaded guilty of lying to Congress and turned on the president.
Sen. John N. Kennedy said Wednesday that "you could drown in the hypocrisy" of Democrats who flout accusations that President Trump is defying the rule of law in regard to the Mueller probe, while they themselves refuse to consider the rule of law when supporting illegal immigration.