Who won and who lost? The Kelly File breaks down the big debate, with reaction from Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, Charles Krauthammer and more.
Then at midnight ET, must-see analysis with Dr. Ben Carson, Newt Gingrich and Rudy Giuliani on a special two-hour Hannity!
On the Record with Brit Hume
Hillary Clinton is apparently somewhat puzzled as to why she isn't doing better against Donald Trump.
Former Republican Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, now a Democrat, caused an otherwise silent and attentive debate audience to break out in laughter when he said why he would be voting for the Democratic...
A Nobel prize-winning biologist was uninvited from speaking at NYU's School of Medicine in the name of "tolerance."
The O'Reilly Factor
O’Reilly: Charlotte Unrest Will Help Donald Trump Win North Carolina
Regarding the police-involved shooting of Keith L. Scott in Charlotte, N.C., Bill O’Reilly warned that observers of the incident and its aftermath should “let the investigation play out before you...
Americans have a right to protest, but the violent riots that have broken out in Charlotte in recent days are simply unacceptable, Bill O'Reilly said in his Talking Points Memo tonight.
The Kelly File
Media analyst Howard Kurtz joined The Kelly File to analyze Monday’s presidential debate.
Charles Krauthammer called the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton "something like a draw," arguing that the result favors the challenger, Trump.
Friday on The Kelly File, Charles Krauthammer reacted to a Politico report that the Donald Trump campaign has compiled a “detailed analysis of Hillary Clinton’s debate style.”
Immediately following the presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump spoke with Sean Hannity about his and Hillary Clinton’s performance.
Donald Trump reiterated his support for the implementation of "stop-and-frisk" policies in violence-plagued inner cities during a "Hannity" town hall event Friday night.
Newt Gingrich says that the mainstream media's coverage of the unrest in Charlotte just adds fuel to the fire.