Pastor Robert Jeffress said Dallas Mayor Michael Rawlings and the Dallas Morning News successfully pressured a billboard company to remove an advertisement for his church.
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Radio host Tammy Bruce said the government over past administrations "effectively subsidized" the custom of families crossing the border together rather than individuals illegally crossing alone.
Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart, who won Tuesday's Republican primary to face Sen. Timothy Kaine (D-Va.) in November, ripped his opponent and pledged to align himself with President Trump.
New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin reacted to news that a New York Times journalist reporting on leaks in the Senate Intel Committee was sleeping with her likely source for her stories.
Harvard Law Prof. Alan Dershowitz said fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is "entitled" to sue the FBI, Justice Department and its inspector general if he wants to.
The Chicago police superintendent fired by Rahm Emanuel said that he's running against the mayor to bring "legitimacy" back to his city's government.
Democratic consultant Mary Anne Marsh said on "The Story" that the bilateral summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un already counts as a "win" for the despot.
A former Navy sailor who was jailed for one year after being convicted of mishandling classified information said fired FBI Director James Comey is a "domestic enemy" for showing that Hillary Clinton is "above the law" in a similar matter.
Alice Johnson spent nearly 22 years in prison. 22 years. A third of her life.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said on "The Story" that continuing revelations in the Department of Justice inspector general's probe into the actions of top officials shows that the agency was "in the tank" for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Martha MacCallum spoke with two American veterans about their experiences in World War II on the anniversary of D-Day -- June 6, 1944.
An attorney who is running to unseat an incumbent California Republican congressman said members of the Democratic Party told him he was "too brown" to win Tuesday's primary.