In a CNN panel discussion on President Trump's rhetoric, GQ columnist Julia Ioffe said Monday that President Trump "has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did."
Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer said the mainstream media is so opposed to President Donald Trump that they would rather see him fail than America succeed.
Retired Army Special Forces Officer Michael Waltz said Wednesday that if U.S. troops leave their mission in Syria destroy the Islamic State, "we will have ISIS 3.0."
The mother of a journalist killed by ISIS in 2014 spoke out about the incident and the foundation created in his honor.
Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning to react to an ISIS-inspired teenager's plot to detonate a homemade bomb at his Utah high school.
On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) said nothing is adding up in the Las Vegas massacre investigation and he smells "a rat."
In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said 2017 was a good year, despite being lamented en masse by the media.
2017 was a big year for breaking news, but what stories did the media mostly miss?
Rep. Adam Kinzinger explained why he believes President Donald Trump's strategy against ISIS is paying dividends in his first year in office.
A conservative New York Times columnist on Sunday wrote a piece on how the media has largely ignored President Donald Trump's successful strategy against ISIS.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday morning a suspected terrorist in New York City must be "held under the law of war" and interrogated accordingly.
Just two weeks ago, ISIS issued a cryptic message about "Christmas in New York."