Portland journalist Andy Ngo told Tucker Carlson Tuesday night that police officers in the city were afraid of "inflaming" the leftist protests over the weekend.
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American action star Steven Seagal, who holds citizenship in the U.S. and Russia, and spends a lot of time in the country, reacted to the Trump-Russia collusion narrative, his friendship with President Putin and a rumor that he is considering a run for governor of Siberia.
Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that Hillary Clinton and the Washington Post appear to be denying the prominence of what he called the "shock troops" that make up the "youth wing of the Democratic Party."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) refused to celebrate Columbus Day on Monday, opting instead to observe Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Tucker Carlson offered his "takeaways" on the "Democrats' defeat" regarding Justice Brett Kavanaugh's successful nomination to the Supreme Court.
On Thursday's "Final Exam," it was a face-off between two Fox News fan favorites: Greg Gutfeld and Judge Jeanine Pirro.
Tucker Carlson engaged in a heated debate with a top official at the American Civil Liberties Union over an anti-Kavanaugh television ad that compared the judge to Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein.
Tucker Carlson said Thursday that, if Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court, Americans can expect the Democrats' ongoing "full assault on the justice system."
On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter slammed the "The View," saying the daytime talk show has turned into far-left, anti-Trump propaganda.
Tucker Carlson said Wednesday that he is "hearing a lot of filth" on television in the form of discrimination against a group on the basis of its ethnicity.
Tucker Carlson faced off with a liberal radio host over an ACLU ad that compares Brett Kavanaugh to Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby and other powerful men who have faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
President Trump ripped the allegations brought by a woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, and blasted another accuser's attorney -- Michael Avenatti -- as a "sleazebag."