There could be as many as 12 million illegal immigrants living in the United States and 400,000 could be deported this year, according to the acting ICE director.
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Author Larry Winget said Donald Trump Jr. and his father's administration "caused their own problem" in regards to a meeting with a Russian lawyer.
John Podesta called President Trump a "whack job" and addressed him as "dude" in an outraged Twitter rant against the president Friday.
Herman Cain said Congress should stay in Washington during their August recess to get the people's work done.
Several Republican legislators are calling Congress to nix the traditional August recess, including Ohio's Warren Davidson.
Some argue that President Trump's WWE tweet could incite attacks on members of the media.
Dr. Manny Alvarez said the deadly shooting at a New York City hospital is a "wake-up call" that we must have better security at our medical facilities.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said he is in disbelief over the polarized political environment these days.
Eric Bolling has long been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump. On "Your World" today, he revealed one of his biggest criticisms of the president.
On "Your World" today, Neil Cavuto blasted Democrats for their scathing criticisms of the Senate version of the GOP health care bill.
Remember when ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber said the "stupidity of the American voter" helped the Affordable Care Act become law, and the "lack of transparency" in the way it was crafted was critical?
Four Republican senators came out against the Senate Republican health care plan on Thursday, which means the bill is defeated before it even goes to a vote.