Bill O'Reilly welcomed back "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart to "The Factor" tonight, pressing him on why the Democrats lost so badly in the midterm election. In part two of the discussion (below), Stewart delved into his new film "Rosewater."
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sat down for an exclusive interview with Brian Kilmeade to discuss the United States actions against ISIS and President Obama's foreign policy.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said today on "Fox and Friends" that he is considering a 2016 presidential run and will continue to think about it for the next six months.
Martha MacCallum pressed White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest this morning on whether the president understands "the gravity" of Tuesday's election results. She noted that many observers said during the president's Wednesday afternoon press conference that he seemed to be "out of touch" with the message sent by voters.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sat down for an exclusive interview with Brian Kilmeade to discuss the midterm elections, her political future and race-based politics.
Chris Wallace and Karl Rove dressed as cowboys, Megyn Kelly's Decision Desk walk ... here are the highlights from Fox News' 2014 election night coverage.
President Obama held a press conference today in the aftermath of Election Day, in which the Republican Party regained control of the Senate, addressing a number of topics.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) made history last night with his election victory, marking the first time a black candidate has won a statewide race in South Carolina since just after the Civil War. He talked to "Fox and Friends" this morning, touting the racial progress that has taken place in southern states in the last 50 years.
Here's five exit polls that help explain what was on voters' minds on Election Day, as Republicans won control of the U.S. Senate and were unexpectedly victorious in gubernatorial races like Illinois, Maryland and Massachusetts.
We're looking forward to 2:50p ET, when President Obama is scheduled to hold a news conference following the Republicans winning control of the Senate. Ed Henry reported from the White House this morning on what last night's wave of GOP victories means for Obama and his final two years.
Charles Krauthammer reacted moments ago to the Republican Party winning control of the Senate, arguing that the effect of President Obama has now completely worn off. He pointed out that many of the Democrats who lost tonight were swept into office on Obama's coattails, which he said have now become "toxic."
We just heard from Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), who expressed confidence that this is going to ultimately be a big night for the GOP. The former vice presidential candidate said the only thing that's unclear is how big of a night the party will have.