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Sandra Smith reported that President Obama knew about Antifa's rising prevalence during his term, but did little about it.
Feminist activist Linda Sarsour, who organized the Women's March on Washington and has been routinely critical of Israel, was blasted for a tweet in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Former Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen ripped Antifa rioters, saying their entire movement is "a lie."
A Texas Republican whose district was hit hard by Hurricane Harvey fired back at Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) for what he saw as "petty" politicizing of a natural disaster.
Two parents of children who were taught a kindergarten lesson on transgender people spoke out to Martha MacCallum after their kids told them about the curriculum.
The University of California, Berkeley is charging the College Republicans group a $15,000 "security fee" to host conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro next month.
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a Washington state high school football coach violated the U.S. Constitution by taking a knee at the 50-yard line and praying after games.
Tonight, "The Story" is in Louisville, Kentucky, live from the state fair.
In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, some on the left have been using racially-charged rhetoric to call out President Donald Trump and the Republican Party.
A former skinhead leader and an anarchist who formerly organized Antifa activities came together to explain how and why their movements operate.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump's Monday statement condemning white supremacist groups was "as clear as it could be."