A Florida sheriff is putting an unusual "spin" on his department's search for wanted criminals.
A federal appeals court ruled on Thursday that Florida doctors can talk to their patients about gun ownership and safety.
During the White House press briefing on Friday, Alabama talk radio host Dale Jackson got an opportunity to ask a question from a "Skype seat," a new feature unveiled by the White House that lets press beyond the White House press corps to ask questions.
On "The Intelligence Report" today, Dr. Sebastian Gorka said that President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration is necessary because we're engaged in an "unconventional war" against radical Islamic terrorists.
In an interview with Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo today, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said that President Donald Trump “believes he was elected as a dictator.”
A Louisiana police sergeant and part-time college student was asked to leave his classroom because he came to the session wearing his uniform, the lawman said on Risk & Reward.
"Deadliest Catch" and "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe said he was "weirdly flattered" by a consulting firm that used an image of him in stained working-class clothes to call attention to "unacceptable" work attire.
Last night on Fox Business Network, Kennedy faced off with Jill Stein about her push for vote recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Plaintiffs of the lawsuit would have to “demonstrate that it was done arbitrarily or unconstitutionally,” such as on racial, ethnic or religious grounds.
GunTV, a new home shopping channel, launches tonight with six hours of daily programming dedicated exclusively to firearms and related products and services.
We know the Fox Business Network hosts and reporters are at the top of their game when it comes to stocks, but what about their brackets?
Thanks to policy changes, American forces are now only allowed to use the “original methods of interrogation” employed prior to 9/11, said Gorka.