Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to news that Trump attorney Michael Cohen will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in a defamation case brought by pornographic film star Stormy Daniels.
Stories from The Story with Martha MacCallum
Martha MacCallum and Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo discussed the "caravan" of Honduran nationals transiting through Mexico toward the United States border.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul responded to questions about his apparent change of heart on the confirmation of CIA Director Michael Pompeo to be the next secretary of state.
Former Secret Service agent and NYPD officer Dan Bongino said cops are increasingly under attack in the United States.
Former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr said Thursday that the investigation into President Trump's personal attorney is "very troubling."
The parents of an American man who was kidnapped in Syria nearly six years ago joined Martha MacCallum on "The Story" to give an update on their journey to bring their son home.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley recently wrote that fired FBI Director James Comey is "selling himself with the vigor of a Kardashian and the viciousness of a Trump."
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said fired FBI Director James Comey is being hypocritical in his criticisms of President Donald Trump.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush died Tuesday evening at the age of 92.
A former San Diego city councilman spoke to Martha MacCallum about his effort to fight back against Gov. Jerry Brown's (D-Calif.) sanctuary state law.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should have been fired months ago for letting Robert Mueller's Russia investigation "get completely out of control," former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams argued.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said he understands farmers' concerns over the repercussions of potential agricultural tariffs floated by China.