Following TLC's cancelation of "19 Kids and Counting," Megyn Kelly looks at how the Duggars are dealing with the cancelation, new anger from the left and a possible civil lawsuit that could change everything.
TLC has canceled “19 Kids and Counting” following the revelation that Josh Duggar molested four of his sisters and a babysitter a dozen years ago.
Should Josh Duggar's juvenile records have been released in the first place? Could the Duggar family take legal action against the city or the police chief who released the records to In Touch Weekly and the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette?
Josh Duggar’s sisters defended their brother in an interview on “The Kelly File” Friday, saying they didn’t know they had been victims of molestation until Josh's confession.
Duggar sisters Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald exclusively joined Megyn Kelly tonight to defend their brother, Josh, who has admitted to molesting four sisters and a babysitter in 2002 and 2003.
Megyn Kelly sat down with the Duggar family in their Arkansas home to discuss the child molestation allegations against their son, Josh Duggar. Kelly asked Jim Bob and Michelle what it was like as parents when they learned about their son's actions.