White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders blasted a reporter over her question about the Trump administration's support for a "free press" or lack thereof.
Pundits have been giving their take on who won the GOP debate in New Hampshire.
As each candidate was announced at last night's GOP debate in New Hampshire, Carson evidently didn’t hear his name – and proceeded to wait patiently, behind the wings.
Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter tonight discussed a new report that ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos inked a $105 million seven year contract with the network last year.
What do Miley Cyrus, Pope Francis and the Robertson family from ‘Duck Dynasty’ all have in common? They made Barbara Walters’ annual list, “10 Most Fascinating People of the Year.”
Megyn Kelly spoke to Diane Sawyer last night on The Kelly File. Sawyer interviewed Malala Yousafzai, the young girl who was shot by the Taliban for speaking out in favor of education.
As the Benghazi story heats up, reporters grilled Press Secretary Jay Carney at the White House on Friday. ABC reported that the CIA’s talking points on the Benghazi attack were revised 12 times.
Bill O’Reilly said in his Talking Points Memo, “What Jay Carney attempted to do today was to convince the world that there was initial confusion about who attacked the American ambassador and killed him, and that the White House was acting responsibly in avoiding placing direct blame.”
The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes first broke news about the revisions to the Benghazi talking points. Today, a follow-up report by ABC News, revealed that the talking points were changed 12 times before Ambassador Susan Rice when on the Sunday shows.