Roger Stone, a former political adviser to President Trump, has been indicted on charges of obstruction, making false statements and witness tampering as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore said if President Trump declares a national emergency to get funding for his long-promised border wall, Americans should "non-violently rise up" and form a "human wall" around the White House.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw believes that several recent media blunders show that some reporting is "fundamentally anti-Christian."
Michelle Malkin blasted the media's coverage of the confrontation between Covington High School students and a Native American protester.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said President Trump will address the nation on January 29th, despite House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urging him to postpone his State of the Union address.
A Long Island, New York police union is warning that the removal of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from a county jail would be a deadly mistake.
Seventh-generation Texas rancher Ruperto Escobar said he's willing to give up part of his land for President Trump's long-promised border wall.
One lawyer said Wednesday on "Fox & Friends" that he's willing to represent the families of some Covington High School students pro bono.
An immigration attorney said Tuesday on "Fox & Friends" that she believes President Trump's latest offer to Democrats on his long-promised border wall will greatly benefit her clients.
Covington Catholic High School canceled classes Tuesday after threats of violence were made against the students over the now-viral incident over the weekend in Washington, D.C.
Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed the means by which the FBI can obtain warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), after it was reported that a former top lawyer for the bureau was personally involved in the warrant application to surveil Carter Page.
Jonathan Turley believes the media was more exposed than ever after the release of a disputed BuzzFeed News report that claimed President Trump directed his former lawyer to lie to Congress.