In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham, said that watching the angry reaction of Democrats over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was "one part dystopian drama" and "one part sour grapes."
Harris Faulkner and Texas Rep. Marc Veasey (D) clashed Tuesday on "Outnumbered Overtime" while discussing immigration reform and border security.
Democratic National Committee Deputy Chairman Keith Ellison donned a Donald Trump costume and strummed a guitar during a Minneapolis talent show.
Top Democrats are taking a cue from President Trump's playbook and using his famous rallying cry to convey their own message of a corrupt White House.
Sean Hannity said that the Republican Party's constant failures "literally pushed this president into the arms of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi."
President Donald Trump just tweeted a photo of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer eating donuts with Russian President Vladimir Putin, calling the New York Democrat a "total hypocrite."
President Donald Trump remarked from the White House this morning on the widespread outrage over his executive order on immigration.
Numerous celebrities threatened to leave the United States if Donald Trump was elected president.
An Israeli woman says she purchased a ticket to fly from New York City to London, but when she arrived at the airport, she wasn't allowed on the plane due to her nationality.
Democratic Senator Charles Schumer (NY) made a bold prediction on Fox News Sunday about the fate of the immigration bill. It faces uncertainty in the House where many Republicans oppose the pathway to citizenship that the bill provides.
Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong and landed in Moscow, Russia. It’s still unclear where the NSA leaker’s final destination is, but WikiLeaks said he reached out to them for help. They claim to have legal advisers and diplomats traveling with Snowden for an unknown democratic nation for the purposes of asylum.
Senate hearings on immigration reform got underway this morning with testimony from Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, and the fireworks started almost immediately!
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y) accused Republicans of using the Boston attack as an "excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or years."