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Tucker Carlson debated a professor over a school in Richmond, Va. renaming itself after former President Barack Obama.
Tucker Carlson confronted an Oakland city council member Monday after the arrest of a jogger in the city who threw out a homeless man's belongings.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan ripped politicians and the media for "intentionally misleading the American people."
Tucker Carlson debated a Democratic attorney who said there has been an "exaggeration" of the impact of FBI officials named in the inspector general's report on the 2016 election.
Tucker Carlson asked Lou Dobbs to break down the current state of the House Republicans' plans on immigration reform.
Tucker Carlson and a former Democratic National Committee official clashed over the rising threat of the MS-13 gang, whose motto is "rape, control, kill."
Tammy Bruce ripped Robert De Niro for both his profanity-laced tirade about President Trump during Sunday’s Tony Awards and the backhanded apology he gave for it.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tucker Carlson Tonight that foreign nationals seeking asylum are "overwhelming" the court system set up under the Immigration and Naturalization Act.
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein over President Trump imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum from Europe, Mexico and Canada and demanding an end to what he calls "unfair trade practices."
Mark Steyn said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that President Donald Trump is operating his diplomacy in a "completely opposite" fashion to previous leaders.
Tucker Carlson debated President George W. Bush's former ethics lawyer, who is running for Senate as a Democrat, over whether the FBI's actions against the Trump campaign constitute "spying."