One of the most important members of the NCAA champion Villanova Wildcats basketball team doesn't play on the boards.
Stories from The Story with Martha MacCallum
A member of Mexican ex-President Vicente Fox's cabinet said Tuesday that President Donald Trump should adopt a "more humanitarian Christian attitude" with Mexico.
A woman whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant said Monday it will not be easy for lawmakers to fix the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Martha MacCallum debated an illegal immigrant and DACA recipient over President Trump's tweets and the government's failure to replace the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
One of the survivors of the Orlando nightclub shooting said the acquittal of the gunman's wife was "devastating" and "no justice was served."
Jonathan Turley said President Trump's legal woes may be far from over when it comes to Stormy Daniels.
Missouri Attorney Gen. Josh Hawley (R) spoke with Martha MacCallum about his state's key senate race.
An American photojournalist who was captured by Al Qaeda in Syria recalled his escape and accused the FBI of failing to do everything it could to secure his release.
Senate Armed Services Committee Member Lindsey Graham said President Trump is laying the groundwork for decimating Russia's remaining prowess on the world stage.
Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv told Martha MacCallum that many of the activists at the March for Our Lives are wrongly accusing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) of blame for the shooting and ignoring actual government failures.
Jonathan Turley said Thursday he is concerned that the legal strategy of President Trump's lawyers will get more aggressive.
Longtime neighbors of Austin, Texas, serial bomber Mark Anthony Conditt said they "absolutely" saw no signs that he would be capable of such destruction.