Tucker Carlson reacted to a New York Times story commenting on the lack of diversity in New Hampshire.
On his program Friday night, Tucker Carlson laid out how the left uses racial conflict to "divide and conquer."
A well-known former political science professor sounded off on a North Carolina elementary school's flyer detailing "white privilege."
Hillary Clinton called President Trump a "top down guy" who "has tendencies toward authoritarianism," and added she hoped he hasn't condemned people to die like other autocrats.
Civil Rights activist Jesse Jackson said this week that the Electoral College "must come down," and warned that President Trump may have trouble making it into Heaven.
Sean Hannity criticized Democrats for their "rampant history of racism" and called out the media for ignoring that history.
A college professor who has repeatedly appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss being "mobbed" into leaving campus because he is white reportedly filed a multi-million-dollar suit against the school.
Tucker Carlson reacted to Rep. Maxine Waters' (D-Calif.) threat to "take [HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson's] a** apart" by noting she might indeed be qualified to take his job.
A New York City congressman said on the House floor that "every racist in America voted for Donald Trump."
A professor who faced an angry mob after refusing to leave campus for a "day of absence" for white people gave Tucker Carlson an update.
A professor said he is facing calls to resign after he disagreed with a group of activists calling on white students to leave campus for a day.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to a video of an elderly woman being dropped on a pool deck and thrown into the water after coming over to ask several people to turn down their music.