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California State Assemblyman Travis Allen invited President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to sue Sacramento over the new "sanctuary state" law.
Sitting in for Tucker Carlson, writer Mark Steyn debated a Clinton adviser and political consultant over Russia's alleged role in President Donald Trump winning his election.
Americans and their leaders have long believed that a college degree is the first step to career success, but one college professor believes it all might be a big waste of money.
A Newsweek article published on Christmas Eve claims that President Trump uses the phrase "Merry Christmas" as a dog whistle for white nationalism.
Mark Steyn joined Tucker Carlson Thursday night to react to new Justice Department statistics on crime committed by immigrants.
The government of Palm Springs, California, is declaring a war on so-called "racist" trees that line a golf course.
Tucker Carlson asked a liberal journalist to react to Hillary Clinton's sinking approval numbers.
Tucker Carlson sounded off on the next legislative agenda item needing attention after tax reform was passed.
The Senate Intelligence Committee is now investigating 2016 Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein over Russia's alleged interference in the election, Tucker Carlson reported.
Tucker Carlson pressed a former Obama administration official on the accuracy of a report that said his administration pulled back on a major counter-smuggling operation to help boost the chances the Iran deal would be approved by Tehran.
Congressmen Andy Biggs and Matt Gaetz reacted to the hours-long closed-door hearing being attended by FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.