White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said a Miami congresswoman acted in an "appalling" manner when she "politicized" the deaths of soldiers in the African nation of Niger.
Nigel Farage said the debate over Muslim refugees will be the issue that breaks up the European union as countries decide they want the freedom to decide who lives there.
President Donald Trump said a Democrat congresswoman's claim that he made a fallen soldier's widow cry is "totally fabricated."
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said that those looking for collusion between President Trump and the Kremlin are pointing at the wrong administration.
A country music artist released a new song this month supporting those NFL fans and players who continue to stand for the "Star-Spangled Banner."
Brit Hume said tax cuts sound very promising to the average voter, but that President Trump may have a harder time selling them to Democratic legislators.
Former aides to Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama sparred over whether each other were culpable for the rise of Islamic extremism in Iraq and Syria.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) accused President Trump and Congressional Republicans of intentionally sabotaging American health care and "causing chaos" for its citizens.
While the stock market saw its 50th record high close under President Trump, David Asman and Melissa Francis took a look back at dire predictions some observers made on Election Night 2016.
President Trump and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) highlighted their feud again this week when the president responded to McCain's criticism by warning that "at some point I fight back."
Stuart Varney said on Fox Business Network today that the mainstream media continues to treat President Donald Trump unfairly and contemptuously, and it's a major reason why they're losing credibility.
Fox News senior White House correspondent John Roberts questioned President Trump this afternoon on the status of his efforts to replace ObamaCare.