In an interview with The New York Times, Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's chief strategist, went off on the media, labeling it “the opposition party” and suggesting that it “keep its mouth shut.”
Chris Stirewalt thinks that Donald Trump supporters should be quite happy with their candidate's performance in the second presidential debate.
Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt said Trump's pre-debate press conference with four women who accused Bill and/or Hillary Clinton of misconduct deflected from the Republican presidential nominee's "improved" debate performance.
A new Fox News national poll found that most Americans don't trust Hillary on the email issue.
Donald Trump's ex-wife, Ivana Trump, once accused him of "rape," although she later said that it was not in the "criminal sense," according to The Daily Beast.
The second day of the White House summit on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) is underway and some are questioning what will - or will not - be accomplished at the three-day forum.
On the Saturday edition of "Huckabee," Fox News host and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee announced he was leaving the network and will make a decision on a potential presidential run by late spring.
On The Kelly File Thursday night, Megyn reported on documents provided to Fox News by Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), showing that only six people were able to enroll in ObamaCare on the first day.
In an op-ed today, FoxNews.com digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt criticized President Obama for going ahead with a highly partisan political speech just hours after the Washington Navy Yard shooting. Obama's speech about economic policy was already planned to mark five years since the global financial collapse.
The House Judiciary Committee is investigating whether or not Attorney General Eric Holder lied under oath about his involvement in the prosecution of journalists for the disclosure of materials, officials said Tuesday. The latest development comes amid calls from both Democrats and Republicans for the attorney general to step down from his office.
President Obama said that he "did not know anything about the IG report [on the IRS] before the IG report had been leaked to press," but Megyn Kelly thinks the president's response still leaves many questions unanswered.
Megyn Kelly reacted this afternoon to the testimony before a House committee by three State Department whistleblowers on the Benghazi attack.
She went over the key moments with Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt, particularly the question of how the White House is going to respond to these men casting clear doubts on the administration's narrative about what occurred last September 11.