Tucker Carlson traveled to Las Vegas to seek further information about the deadliest one-man mass shooting in American history.
An attorney for victims of the Las Vegas massacre said she has not been allowed in the shooter's room and has received "nothing but resistance" from the casino's ownership.
On his show tonight, Tucker Carlson said that the FBI's handling of recent investigations has shaken public confidence in the bureau.
Tucker Carlson was joined tonight by Craig Eiland, an attorney representing several of the victims of the Las Vegas massacre, to examine unanswered questions surrounding the horrific mass shooting that left 58 people dead and 546 injured.
Tucker Carlson asked Las Vegas security guard Jesus Campos' union representative several unanswered questions about the officer and the events of the past few weeks.
Tucker Carlson said one of his producers investigating the background of Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos was gruffly hung up on when he asked law enforcement about the man.
We're still waiting for answers to basic questions about the Las Vegas massacre, Tucker Carlson pointed out on his show.
Country star Dierks Bentley discussed his new song, honoring Arizona's Granite Mountain Hotshots.
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock fired "incendiary" bullets at a 43,000-barrel jet fuel tank near McCarran International Airport, according to a new report.
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to new revelations and a formal change in the timeline of events the night of the Las Vegas massacre.
Tucker Carlson debated gun control with an ethics lawyer who demanded that "something" be done to fix the gun violence problem in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre.
Neil Cavuto said the stock markets did not sell-off after the Las Vegas massacre because Wall Street in itself is a microcosm of American resilience.