Kimberley Strassel said Friday that key documents must be declassified by President Trump to give the public a full understanding of how the Russia investigation began in 2016.
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DNC Communications Director Xochitl Hinojosa was pressed Friday by Sandra Smith on why Democratic presidential candidates are skipping the America-Israel Public Affairs Committee conference.
Michael Dukakis fired back after President Trump mocked him during a speech at a tank manufacturing plant in Ohio.
Pete Hegseth said every American should be concerned about the upcoming release of former American Taliban militant John Walker Lindh.
Sandra Smith looks back Obama's Solyndra debacle on 10-year anniversary.
Amid a debate over increasing the number of justices on the Supreme Court, Alan Dershowitz warned against the politicization of the nation's highest court.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Tuesday that he's been "obliterated" by fake Twitter accounts and understands why Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is pursuing litigation against the company.
Rep. Andy Biggs said Democrats are in "denial" about the crisis at the southern border, and it's putting the American people in danger.
Trump 2020 senior campaign adviser Lara Trump said Democrats are floating radical ideas like abolishing the electoral college and expanding the Supreme Court because they are desperate to oppose President Trump.
For weeks, rumors have been swirling that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will soon wrap up his Russia investigation, but Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano isn't so sure.
Karl Rove said Monday that Democrats must be wary of the fact that 35 of their freshmen House members are from districts that supported President Trump.
Sen. John Barrasso said that Democrats are "careening over the liberal cliff" as they push for far-left policies like the abolition of private health insurance and institution of the Green New Deal.