A University of Michigan history professor thinks pop singer Ariana Grande understands counterterrorism better than U.S. Secretary of Defense James "Mad Dog" Mattis.
Nigel Farage vented his frustration with Hillary Clinton's recent appearances, saying, "From now on, let's just ignore her."
In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld criticized thousands of marchers in Brussels, Belgium who were protesting President Trump's appearance at NATO headquarters.
Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John Kelly said it was "outrageous" that unnamed U.S. officials leaked intelligence information about the Manchester, U.K. terror attack.
American Islamic Center for Democracy president Dr. Zuhdi Jasser said America is refusing to take serious steps to prevent Manchester-type terror attacks.
Former CIA officer Mike Baker said on "Your World" that the leakers in the White House and intelligence agencies will only stop "if there are consequences."
A former Army Ranger who fought in Afghanistan sounded off this morning on what celebrities are saying after the Manchester concert bombing.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said the Manchester terror attack appears to be a "redo of the Boston bombing."
Conservative author Mark Steyn said the reported hundreds of Britons who have traveled abroad to train with ISIS and returned home should be tried for treason.
Following the horrific terror attack in Manchester, England, President Trump slammed the terrorists behind the bombing, calling them "evil losers."
The father of the Manchester bombing suspect says that his son is innocent.