Brit Hume reacted to Doug Jones' projected win in Alabama.
Tucker Carlson debated Amer Zahr of the University of Detroit-Mercy on the reaction the New York City terror suspect's family gave after the attack.
Trish Regan criticized the Republican tax reform bill, saying it effectively gives individual taxpayers "coal in your stocking" for Christmas.
Tucker Carlson debated a Democratic congressman on the legitimacy of the Mueller probe in the wake of several apparent conflicts of interest among its prosecutors.
George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to a recent call for a second special counsel to oversee Robert Mueller's probe into President Trump.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the response given Monday afternoon by the family of the New York City terror attack suspect after he was apprehended and hospitalized.
A Wisconsin Democrat sent a lengthy letter to the Senate's top law enforcement officer, asking him to protect young staffers from Judge Roy Moore, should he become Senator Roy Moore.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders sparred with the media Tuesday over President Trump's tweets critical of New York's junior senator.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos said President Donald Trump's strengthened immigration platform is rooted in the idea to "Make America White Again."
Tucker Carlson discussed racially-themed mailers sent out by the Doug Jones campaign in Alabama's special election.
Four police officers with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey who were first on-scene after a man partially detonated a bomb in a commuter passageway stopped him as he fumbled with his cell phone.
Let me make this perfectly clear: If Roy Moore did what these women say he did, he doesn’t deserve to represent the people of Alabama. Period.