One of the survivors of the Orlando nightclub shooting said the acquittal of the gunman's wife was "devastating" and "no justice was served."
The Orlando nightclub shooter's father attended Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's rally in Kissimmee, Florida, on Monday night.
The Kelly File assembled a powerful panel of Orlando and Fort Hood terror attack survivors, first responders and members of the Muslim community to discuss how the country should combat terrorism.
In the wake of the Orlando terror attack, there have been calls for gun control from many in Hollywood and the entertainment industry. On "Fox and Friends Weekend," Stacey Dash said this trend is motivated by "ignorance" and a dislike of the Second Amendment.
Greg Gutfeld weighed in on the "House of horrors" of the past 24 hours, in which Democratic lawmakers "sensing opportunity" staged a sit-in protest to push a gun control agenda.
One of the victims of the Orlando terror attack got a very special visit from Tim
Attorney General Loretta Lynch believes that "compassion" and "love" are the most effective responses to terrorism.
Omar Mateen's alleged former lover said in an interview with Univision that the Pulse nightclub shooter wanted revenge against the gay Latino community and wasn't motivated by terrorism.
By scrubbing references to Islam from the transcripts of the Orlando terrorist's 911 calls and then reversing course and releasing the unedited transcripts, the Justice Department has seriously compromised its credibility, according to Judge Andrew Napolitano.
On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Donald Trump blasted the Obama administration for removing references to Islam and ISIS from the Orlando terrorist's 911 calls.
Dana Loesch said tonight on The Kelly File that terror attacks could be prevented if officials followed the laws already on the books.