O.J.'s former attorney, Yale Galanter, and former lead Detective Tom Lange have key insight on the parole verdict on The Story.
Dr. Michael Baden and former LAPD Detective Mark Fuhrman join Tucker to talk O.J. on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Geraldo Rivera has powerful insight on the O.J. case, on Hannity.
Alan Dershowitz, who aided former Buffalo Bills running back O.J. Simpson's 1995 legal team, said that particular case will be fresh in the minds of those at his upcoming parole hearing.
"Blaze" host Dana Loesch responded to the Washington Post's "maligning" of the National Rifle Association.
Professor Jonathan Turley said the president's critics are so eager to "bag a Trump" that their hunt extends the definition of a crime "well beyond its legal moorings."
Suffolk County police commissioner Timothy Sini said the MS-13 gang was dealt a "huge blow" by the arrests of 17 individuals in connection with a string of murders in Long Island, New York.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the running mate of John McCain in the 2008 presidential election, reacted on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to the news of the Arizona senator's brain cancer diagnosis.
Tucker Carlson debated an immigration activist who previously claimed crime rates would go up if President Trump cracked down on sanctuary cities.
In an impassioned commentary, Rush Limbaugh said he believes the Washington establishment - both Democrats and Republicans - are involved in a "silent coup" against President Trump.
"Outnumbered" host Meghan McCain reacted to her father's cancer diagnosis in a heartfelt post on Twitter.
Jesse Watters sounded off on the Senate GOP's failed ObamaCare replacement plan.
Sean Hannity said that comedian Rosie O'Donnell has joined the long list of Hollywood celebrities who fantasize about the president's death.
White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the administration "loves" watching the press' wall-to-wall coverage about Russia.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Congress needs to start working on things they know they can pass.