Judge Jeanine Pirro delivered an impassioned Opening Statement on last night's 'Justice.' She not only called for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, but also said that he face charges for recent press scandals and Operation Fast and Furious.
Megyn Kelly interviewed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on America Live, asking the senator his thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding current U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Embattled Attorney General Eric Holder is attempting to smooth things over with press, as the calls for his resignation grow louder on Capitol Hill. Holder extended an invitation to news executives at several media outlets for an off-the-record meeting. Fox News, AP, New York Times, Huffington Post, and others have declined to attend, balking at the fact that their reporters would not be allowed to cover the discussion.
Fox News will not attend a DOJ meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder if it is "off the record," said Exec. Vice President Michael Clemente. The invitation was extended to outlets to partake in a conversation on Holder's department's surveillance of reporters.
A letter from House Judiciary Committee Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) to Attorney General Eric Holder expresses "great concern" about Holder's May 15 testimony to Congress about the investigation of journalists. Republicans now want Holder to respond to a series of eight questions.
The latest report indicates that Holder went to three different federal judges as he sought a warrant for Rosen's emails. On the third try, Royce Lamberth granted the request.
Steve Doocy discussed The New Yorker report with Daily Beast political correspondent Daniel Klaidman, who spoke with Holder recently.
Does President Obama have a PR problem? Today on The Five, the hosts debated whether the White House is attempting to shift focus away from the scandals rocking the administration. Over the weekend, President Obama toured the tornado devastation in Oklahoma and today, he visited the Jersey Shore seven months after Hurricane Sandy.
In light of the recent DOJ scandals involving the Associated Press and Fox News, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) raised questions about how a journalist should be defined in this day and age of blogs, Twitter and so many other social media platforms.
Judge Andrew Napolitano stopped by Fox and Friends this morning to give us his take on how far the First Amendment's protection of journalists should go. He argued that even someone who is not a paid journalist, but is doing research in search of "the truth" about a certain subject should be able to protect sources just as a pa
From the IRS targeting conservatives to the DOJ tracking journalists' communications, the recent string of White House scandals has made many Americans ask, 'what’s really going on in our government?' Can President Obama get his team back on track?
Our own Bill O'Reilly tackles these questions and more. You've got to watch a can't-miss, special 'Factor' -- tonight at 8/ 11p ET on Fox News Channel.
President Obama said journalists should not be at legal risks for doing their jobs in remarks given in Washington at the National Defense University on Thursday. This comes after the administration has come under fire recently amid revelations that AP phone records were seized by the DOJ, as well as those of Fox News executives and journalists.
Steve Doocy got Judge Andrew Napolitano's take on the Obama administration's crackdown on the media, including Fox News reporter James Rosen.
Napolitano once again expressed disbelief that the government's argument - that Rosen may have committed a crime by obtaining classified information from a State Department source on North Korea - was made and then accepted by a judge who issued a search warrant for Rosen's phone records and emails.
"It's inconceivable that James committed a crime and the FBI ought to have known it, and the U.S. attorney ought to have known the law. And the federal judge who signed the search warrant should have rejected the search warrant based upon that rubbish!" he said.
The FBI investigated The Associated Press to find out who leaked a terrorism-related story. They also looked at Fox News reporter James Reporters personal emails after he reported about a story on North Korea. Now, CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson says her emails may have been monitored as well.
Attorney General Eric Holder recused himself from the AP story, but we haven’t heard anything about Rosen. Tonight, Bill O’Reilly said on his show, “I’m going to make prediction right now on the Factor that Holder will have to resign over this.”