Special Report's "On the Front Lines" series continues with "Yemen" tonight.
Martha MacCallum breaks down the latest news in the health care debate on The Story.
Tucker breaks down the vote for Kate's Law on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
The Five has bold debate on topics that matter, followed by Laura Ingraham and Lou Dobbs on a powerful Hannity at 10 PM ET.
Despite Obamacare's financial struggles, media coverage of the GOP's attempts to remedy health care is largely negative.
A top Republican characterized ObamaCare as a "bus going over a cliff," urging his colleagues to rid the American people of the "government's control" of health care.
ObamaCare architect Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel said the Senate's version of the Republican ObamaCare replacement legislation is "kind of like a neutron bomb."
A Democratic state delegate said the city needs to work with state and national leaders of both parties to craft a bipartisan solution to Baltimore's troubling crime rate.
Writer and "Rush Limbaugh Show" guest host Mark Steyn said he would support replacing CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta with Elmo from "Sesame Street."
Libertarian sociologist Charles Murray discussed protests against his speeches on college campuses.
A bipartisan pair of former White House press secretaries came out in support of the Trump administrations decision to curtail live on-camera briefings.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the economic hit that Seattle took after raising its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Greg Gutfeld said the left's outrage at the Supreme Court's decision on President Trump's travel ban is "the result of one party being obsessed with Celsius rather than ISIS."
Sean Hannity criticized MSNBC host Joe Scarborough in his mini-monologue on Wednesday.
EIB radio network host Rush Limbaugh compared the media to a cat chasing a laser pointer being held by President Trump.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta is becoming increasingly unhinged, Sean Hannity said in a monologue last night.