New details are coming out on the issue of whether or not the head of the Justice Department lied to Congress. Attorney General Eric Holder is defending himself and his department in writing, issuing a letter late Wednesday responding to a series of questions asked by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) in regards to a warrant issued for the records of Fox News Correspondent James Rosen
Megyn Kelly discussed the hacking of CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson's computers, asking whether the the situation is similar to the Justice Department's investigation of Fox News' James Rosen.
CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson joined Bill O'Reilly in a Factor exclusive to give us some insights into the hacking of her home and work computers, saying she believes she knows who did it and recalling that her computers were turning on by themselves in the middle of the night.
Sen. Johnny Isakson has deep regrets over his vote in favor of Attorney General Eric Holder, saying he now views it as the "worst vote" of his career.
Congressman Peter King weighs in on calls from several lawmakers for Attorney General Eric Holder to face perjury charges.
On Fox and Friends this morning, Peter Johnson Jr. weighed in after Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward said this weekend he believes the Obama administration is losing the trust of the American people, amid the Benghazi, IRS and DOJ scandals. He said he believes there's a growing feeling that the Obama administration doesn't want to "come clean" and that we're not getting any "straight talk."
Ann Coulter took on the Eric Holder controversy on Hannity Thursday night, saying a special prosecutor must be appointed in all of these scandals.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte wants to know whether Eric Holder committed perjury before his House committee.
'The Five' debated why Vice President Joe Biden has been so silent throughout White House scandals.
In an exclusive interview, former Vice President Dan Quayle joined Neil Cavuto to address the scandals facing the White House.
Megyn Kelly interviewed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on America Live, asking the senator his thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding current U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Embattled Attorney General Eric Holder is attempting to smooth things over with press, as the calls for his resignation grow louder on Capitol Hill. Holder extended an invitation to news executives at several media outlets for an off-the-record meeting. Fox News, AP, New York Times, Huffington Post, and others have declined to attend, balking at the fact that their reporters would not be allowed to cover the discussion.