The O'Reilly Factor talks New Hampshire with Charles Krauthammer, Brit Hume, Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham.
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On the Record with Greta Van Susteren
Carly Fiorina reacted to recent statements by iconic feminists Gloria Steinem and Madeline Albright about women who aren't supporting Hillary Clinton in this election.
Former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said On the Record that he's supporting Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president.
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The O'Reilly Factor
Some students at the University of Oregon are upset that a plaque with the text of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" is hanging on a wall in the school's student union. Why? Because it's...
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly said that Republican presidential candidates should get accustomed to being covered unfairly by the liberal establishment media.
The issue of paying off the country's massive national debt was the topic of heated discussion between Bill O'Reilly and Republican candidate Donald Trump on tonight's O'Reilly Factor.
The Kelly File
On "The Kelly File" tonight, Marco Rubio responded to criticisms that his performance at Saturday's Republican debate was a "malfunction" or "unmasking."
Dr. Phil McGraw joined Megyn Kelly tonight on "The Kelly File" to discuss how our culture has created a generation of entitled, narcissistic, fame-obsessed people.
Former vice presidential candidate and Donald Trump supporter Sarah Palin slammed Ted Cruz on her Facebook page, writing about "the lack of accountability" and "the lies" of the Cruz campaign...
With the New Hampshire primary right around the corner, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump joined Sean Hannity to preview the important swing-state vote and the next steps for his...
Four days out from the New Hampshire primary, brand new polls show Donald Trump in the lead, with Marco Rubio ahead of Ted Cruz for second.
On "Hannity" tonight, Laura Ingraham said that it's a big mistake for Donald Trump and Ted Cruz to be spending so much time attacking each other.