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During an exclusive interview tonight, Martha MacCallum asked President Donald Trump about some criticism he's been receiving for allegedly failing to pass any "major legislation" in his first 100...
Just before the administration officially hits the 100-day mark, Martha MacCallum will sit down with President Donald Trump on Friday at 7:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.
As President Donald Trump closes in on his 100th day in office, what do Americans think were his best and worst moments so far?
Patrick Young joined Tucker Carlson tonight to debate what steps can or should be taken to combat illegal immigrant crime.
Tucker Carlson debated a New York City Democrat on what can be done to heal the divide between the left and right.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter joined Tucker Carlson tonight to react to her canceled speech at the University of California-Berkeley.
The Trump administration on Wednesday outlined its plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code, saying its priority is to provide tax relief to the middle class. The mainstream media, however, wasn't...
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the final cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech at the University of California-Berkeley.
First daughter Ivanka Trump responded to a German newspaper that called her her father's "First Whisperer" while she was in Berlin to speak at a conference.
Ann Coulter's canceled speech at the University of California-Berkeley is just another example of the far left's assault on free speech, Sean Hannity said in his opening monologue tonight.
Ann Coulter said universities like Berkeley, where she planned to speak before the event was canceled, are generally "radical."
Former presidential candidate Herman Cain said "squishy Republicans" will see pressure from the American people to pass President Trump's tax reform plan.