St. Louis native and NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch blamed the Democratic Party machine in the city for "running [St. Louis] into a hole in the ground," precipitating the latest protest against police.
Protesters disrupted a press conference called by the Minneapolis mayor regarding the police shooting of an unarmed white mother.
The lawyer representing the professor accused of hitting a Trump supporter over the head with a bike lock spoke out on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
The University of California-Santa Cruz caved to the demands of liberal student protesters who staged a sit-in at the administration building, Abby Huntsman reported.
Conservative author Ann Coulter said she would speak at the University of California-Berkeley, even though the administration canceled the event.
Pollster Frank Luntz said that the continuing protests at Republican town halls will backfire on the Democrats in the next election.
The professor who invited controversial sociologist Charles Murray to the Notre Dame campus said the author's visit was less riotous than his previous speeches.
Four people were arrested in Philadelphia Friday night after protests turned violent, resulting in three police officers being injured.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said on "Fox News Sunday" that President Trump has divided the country by issuing several executive orders.
Greg Gutfeld said Saturday that President Trump's actions during his first few weeks in office are driving the "worst people" crazy.
This week on "Justice", Judge Jeanine Pirro criticized U.S. District Judge James Robart's ruling halting implementation of President Trump's executive order barring immigration from several countries in the Middle East.