D.C. gridlock stalling Trump's agenda? Ken Langone sounds off on Your World. THEN at 5:00pm ET, Mo Elleithee and Ari Fleischer join the Fox News Specialists.
Go inside America’s plan to track the constant terror threat with Rep. Michael McCaul on The Story.
Will Corey Lewandowski soon be back on Team Trump? The former campaign manager speaks out on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
The Five has continuing coverage of the Manchester terror attack and all the day's news. THEN at 10:00pm ET, don't miss Newt Gingrich on a powerful Hannity.
Dr. Robert Jeffress said President Trump and Pope Francis looked like best friends after their meeting.
Former Bush adviser Mercedes Schlapp reacted to statements made by a friend of former FBI Director James Comey about the Trump White House.
Novelist Brad Thor said the West is now "under a constant state of siege," similar to Israel.
Tucker Carlson debated New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams (D) over the city's Puerto Rican Day Parade deciding to honor a FALN member.
Conservative author Mark Steyn said the reported that the hundreds of Britons who have reportedly traveled abroad to train with ISIS and returned home should be tried for treason.
Media reporter Joe Concha said the mainstream media committed "malfeasance" by appearing to ignore the U.K. terror attack.
Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron said recent controversies in the Trump White House "feel like Watergate."
Following President Donald Trump's most recent complaint about the press treating him unfairly, Whoopi Goldberg fired back.
Greg Gutfeld said that Democrats "defending Obama's errors" are now in a pro-impeachment hysteria over President Trump.
In his opening monologue, Sean Hannity called the terror attack in Manchester, England "the definition of pure evil in our time."
American Center for Law and Justice chief counsel Jay Sekulow said there is no reason not to support President Trump's immigration executive order after the Manchester attack.
On "Hannity" tonight, Dr. Sebastian Gorka slammed the mainstream media for trying to distract from President Trump's first foreign trip as commander-in-chief.