Author and columnist Mark Steyn believes that doomsday climate change predictions appeal to the left because they're "cartoon science."
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Following President Donald Trump's announcement that the U.S. is withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, many in the mainstream media are melting down.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross joined Neil Cavuto on "Your World" to react to President Donald Trump pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord.
Hillary Clinton called her email scandal a "nothing-burger" and said the related federal investigation is not the reason she lost the presidential election.
In his Common Sense monologue, Neil Cavuto blasted the "grumbling European phonies" at NATO who are upset with President Trump.
Former CIA officer Mike Baker said on "Your World" that the leakers in the White House and intelligence agencies will only stop "if there are consequences."
Republican Greg Gianforte defeated Democrat Rob Quist on Thursday night in a race for Montana's lone seat in the House of Representatives, despite being charged Wednesday with assaulting a reporter.
President Donald Trump spoke at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, scolding NATO members and asking them to pay their fair share.
A former economic advisor to President Obama accused the Trump administration of using "accounting gimmicks and borderline fraud" in its budget.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said President Trump's budget plan respects taxpayers by letting them keep more of their money.
Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom said ISIS has "absolutely no conscience" about attacking the vulnerable.
On "Your World" today, Neil Cavuto played a clip of his January 2008 interview with Donald Trump, in which the billionaire businessman claimed U.S. foreign policy toward the Saudis is weak and that would stop if he were president.