Juanita Broaddrick, who alleged then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, blasted Hillary Clinton for hypocrisy in demanding due process for a woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
Stories from The Story with Martha MacCallum
In this week's Wednesdays with Watters segment, Jesse Watters reacted to President Trump getting ripped by critics for hugging a young boy during a trip to hurricane-ravaged Craven County, N.C.
Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos told Martha MacCallum on "The Story" that it increasingly evident he was "set up" through a series of foreign meetings in order to create a pretext for a U.S. probe into alleged Russian collusion.
Fox News correspondent Leland Vittert took a ride-along with a fireman Monday through the flooded streets of a North Carolina town ravaged by Hurricane Florence, where he was able to rescue two very happy dogs.
Two former girlfriends of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh spoke out Monday on "The Story" in support of him, in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations.
Conservative commentator Tammy Bruce took issue with former President Obama taking credit for the burgeoning economy over the several months.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) was called out this week over a misleading Twitter video featuring a statement from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
House Judiciary Committee Member Matt Gaetz said Wednesday on "The Story" that there is an "ecosystem of corruption" in Washington surrounding some actions of the DOJ and FBI.
Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino reacted to the ongoing coverage of former Trump associate George Papadopoulos and his role in the Russian collusion accusations.
Rep. Trey Gowdy said he was disappointed to see 2020 presidential politics injected into Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
General David Petraeus, formerly the head of United States Central Command and director of the Central Intelligence Agency, remembered his late friend Sen. John McCain, adding that America should heed his advice when it comes to political compromise.
Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, who questioned DOJ official Bruce Ohr during closed-door testimony, said Wednesday his Democratic critics need to "look at the facts" of the investigation before bashing it.