Television host Mike Rowe joined "Fox & Friends" Wednesday to weigh in on President Trump's State of the Union address, saying the political polarization in the country is becoming "dangerous."
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CNN commentator Van Jones appeared unhappy Tuesday night with President Trump's State of the Union address, describing the 82 minute-long speech as "psychotically incoherent" and "with cookies and dog poop."
Donald Trump Jr. said he was troubled by Democratic lawmakers' reactions throughout Tuesday's State of the Union, but particularly so after his father called on Congress to oppose late-term abortion.
A 10-year-old brain cancer survivor joined "Fox & Friends" to talk about what she described as the "really cool" experience of attending Tuesday's State of the Union.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) and Rachel Campos-Duffy were impressed by President Trump's unifying State of the Union address, but they were disheartened by Democrats' lack of support.
Former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy said Tuesday that some politicians want to benefit politically from having the issue of border security, rather than finding a solution for it.
Rather than resign, Fox News contributor Dr. Alveda King suggested Monday that embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam rescind his approved legislation that supports abortion to win back support.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted to her fellow New Jerseyan, Sen. Cory Booker, announcing a run for president in the 2020 Democratic primary.
Geraldo Rivera said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is essentially "dooming" border security negotiations by insisting that there will absolutely be no funding for President Trump's long-promised wall.
A man with Down syndrome whose 2017 testimony before Congress went viral is speaking out again amid the ongoing debate over states loosening abortion laws.
Michelle Malkin said the backlash to billionaire former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz possibly entering the 2020 race highlights the left's "war on wealth."
Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) for defending a proposed state law that would allow women to terminate a pregnancy up to the moment before birth.