Jimmy Kimmel opened his Tuesday night show by blasting the latest GOP health care bill put forth by Senators Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (LA).
President Donald Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on Tuesday.
Laura Ingraham, the newest member of the Fox News Channel primetime lineup, joined "Fox & Friends" this morning to discuss her new show and the big stories of the day.
Kennedy debated Mike Isaacson, a 29-year-old professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Brooklyn, N.Y., who was placed on leave after he made incendiary remarks about law enforcement.
The biggest hit during the Kansas City Chiefs-Philadelphia Eagles game on Sunday didn't involve any players.
On his show last night, Tucker Carlson battled an Antifa activist over free speech and political violence.
At least nine people were arrested Thursday night related to protests at the University of California, Berkeley, over an appearance by conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.
Tomi Lahren sounded off on "Hannity" on ESPN's Jemele Hill calling President Trump a white supremacist.
Tucker Carlson debated a writer from Alternet DC who said the "Star-Spangled Banner's" designation as our national anthem has its roots in neo-Confederate circles.
In her Final Thoughts, Tomi Lahren took on the celebrities who brought up climate change at a benefit concert for hurricane relief...
New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor said on MSNBC that she knows "sources" who are "still in therapy" because Hillary Clinton was defeated by President Donald Trump in 2016.
Ben Shapiro called out his critics Wednesday, reminding those calling him a white supremacist that he is an Orthodox Jew, "literally the number one target" of neo-Nazis.