Brit Hume said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that displaying fairness in news coverage is a "skill" that seems to be lacking among many modern-day journalists.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on "Hannity" that if Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein discussed using the 25th Amendment it would be "one of the most significant moments in American history."
A Cornell Law professor who is also advising freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Tucker Carlson on Friday to iron out the congresswoman's radical "Green New Deal."
Journalist and Fox News contributor Sara Carter traveled to the Old Dominion to ask everyday Virginians their thoughts on the racist photo from Gov. Ralph Northam's (D) medical school yearbook, as pressure mounts for him to resign.
Army Col. Douglas MacGregor (Ret.) said Friday that it'd be "absolutely" wise for President Trump to declare a national emergency in order to secure the U.S. border.
Newly-minted Fox News contributor Trey Gowdy made his debut as such on "The Story" on Thursday, in which he was asked about the raid on former Trump associate Roger Stone's Broward County home.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw said Thursday on "Hannity" that additional border wall mileage, working in concert with other new technologies, is exactly what the border agents in his home state of Texas want.
Former Maine Gov. Paul LePage blasted state Democrats and the government in Portland, the state's largest city, for their lenient policy regarding asylum seekers from south of the border.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says agents have made the largest fentanyl bust in history, seizing a quantity of the drug large enough to kill 57 million people.
Fox News contributor Fr. Jonathan Morris blasted two Democratic governors on Wednesday for their "crazy" stance on late-term abortion.
"Washington Times" columnist Charles Hurt said Wednesday on "The Story" that Sen. Elizabeth Warren's idea of a "wealth tax" and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez' criticism of billionaires "undermines what's great about our country."
Trump Organization vice president Eric Trump said Tuesday on "Hannity" that the Democrats are "not the party of JFK" and have become "radicalized" beyond comprehension.