Marc Thiessen blasted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after the freshman Democrat celebrated Amazon's announcement it was turning back on its plans to build its second headquarters in New York City.
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Pro-life author and speaker Daniel Ritchie said Monday that judging the value of a child's life because of irregularities he or she may have enters "dangerous territory."
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday on "The Story" in the political battle over border security, the last thing Republicans need is to create a "war over the wall."
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.
"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."
Michael Caputo, a longtime friend of Roger Stone and a former Trump campaign adviser, said the famous political insider has "no linkage" to WikiLeaks in regard to Hillary Clinton's hacked emails.
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina said the press' continued coverage of the confrontation between a Native American activist and a MAGA hat-wearing student is a "sad reflection on where we are politically and media-wise."
Karl Rove and Marie Harf clashed on "The Story" Monday while discussing Democrats using Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy to attack President Trump.
The son of a man who is presumed to be held in captivity by the Syrian government publicly asked President Trump to help free him, in an exclusive interview on "The Story."
Tyrus ripped razor manufacturer Gillette for an ad targeting men and "toxic masculinity" while warning of the dangers of sexual harassment and the like.
Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska blasted left-wing groups for attacking Second Lady Karen Pence's decision to resume her teaching career at a Christian school in Washington.
Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the former head of the Democratic National Committee, blasted President Trump and his demand for a border wall, claiming America "do[es] not have a border crisis."