Tucker Carlson spoke with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. about President Donald Trump's decision to continue to keep official documents about his uncle's assassination under lock and key from the public.
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A church in Oakland, California, is urging its members never to call the police again.
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President Donald Trump blasted the Democratic candidate in the race to fill Tennessee's open U.S. Senate seat during a rally in support of Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn.
The now-former Washington state professor at the center of campus unrest over his refusal to leave campus based on his skin color returned to "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to give an update on his situation.