The O'Reilly Factor has had many interviews with Donald Trump. Take a look back at some of the most compelling moments.
Karl Rove and Mike Huckabee break down the swing state numbers, and singer Sheryl Crow discusses her fight to shorten the election process, on a can't-miss Kelly File.
It's a power-packed lineup on Hannity, with Newt Gingrich, Tucker Carlson, Monica Crowley and Judge Jeanine Pirro.
On the Record with Brit Hume
Newly released FBI files show President Obama used a pseudonym to exchange emails with then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Brit Hume reported On The Record.
Republican Donald Trump likely has the most loyal supporters in the history of politics, Brit Hume said On The Record.
Townhall editor Guy Benson reacted to the latest Project Veritas undercover video portraying apparent ties between the Clinton campaign and outside groups holding protests in Donald Duck costumes to...
The O'Reilly Factor
In his Talking Points Memo on Wednesday evening, Bill O'Reilly took an in-depth look at the latest Fox News Poll and the state of both Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's campaigns.
Tuesday on The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly took a closer look into contentions by Donald Trump and many of his supporters that the electoral system in America is "rigged" against him.
This week, Jesse Watters headed to the campus of New York University--as well as the surrounding neighborhood-- to ask college students about the election.
The Kelly File
Tim Tebow has had a roller coaster ride in his athletic career, which started in Denver, where he played quarterback for the Broncos, and also included stints with the New York Jets, New England...
Indiana Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence joined Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File to discuss the state of his campaign in the closing two weeks of the general election.
Milwaukee County Wis. Sheriff David Clarke Jr reacted to a new Project Veritas video that raises questions about Democrats' denial of coordination with Trump rally agitators.
Tuesday on Hannity, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Hillary Clintons alleged engagement in pay-to-play politics amounted to "selling out the United States".
"I think it's the center of Donald Trump's appeal," vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) said of Donald Trump's battle with what he labels as the "rigged" mainstream media.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said on Hannity that, if Donald Trump stays on-message, he will likely be successful against Hillary Clinton on Election Day.