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Brit Hume said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that displaying fairness in news coverage is a "skill" that seems to be lacking among many modern-day journalists.
Tucker Carlson joked Monday that the symbol of the Republican party might have to be switched from an elephant to a tiger.
Tucker Carlson weighed in Monday night on the Jussie Smollett case, arguing the media and the left wanted to believe the "Empire" actor had been attacked by racist, bigoted Trump supporters.
Tucker Carlson said there are many things Republicans could criticize about Rep. Ilhan Omar, but they're essentially "not allowed to" because of her identity.
A Cornell Law professor who is also advising freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Tucker Carlson on Friday to iron out the congresswoman's radical "Green New Deal."
Army Col. Douglas MacGregor (Ret.) said Friday that it'd be "absolutely" wise for President Trump to declare a national emergency in order to secure the U.S. border.
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz blasted the FBI raid on the home of his fellow Floridian Roger Stone.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says agents have made the largest fentanyl bust in history, seizing a quantity of the drug large enough to kill 57 million people.
Fox News contributor Fr. Jonathan Morris blasted two Democratic governors on Wednesday for their "crazy" stance on late-term abortion.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Maxine Waters said that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was "sent" by the Russians to help insure an electoral victory that would pay dividends to the Kremlin in the former of slackened sanctions.
Mark Steyn said Monday that Democratic 2020 hopefuls are moving so far to the left that they're appearing to run for office as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.