On Monday evening, President Trump called for the House Intelligence Committee to investigate an agreement that allowed stakes in a uranium company with U.S. holdings to be sold to Russia.
The author of "Clinton Cash" - an in-depth examination of the Clinton Foundation's dealings - reacted this morning to reports that the FBI's investigation of the organization has taken a "very high priority."
The FBI had long been investigating possible links between Clinton Foundation and State Department business during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, Bret Baier reported on Special Report.
On Sunday, WikiLeaks released more purported emails stolen from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking into the Clinton Foundation after dozens of Republican lawmakers requested a review of potential “criminal conduct” at the organization.
The author of "Clinton Cash" explained how Hillary Clinton's presidential hopes could be damaged even without an indictment by the Justice Department over her private emails.
ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos apologized Thursday over his $50,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation over the last few years. Stephanopoulos was criticized for failing to disclose the donations, $25,000 in 2013 and 2014, while reporting on the Clintons in recent years.
On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer reacted to the Clinton camp's most recent efforts to debunk the allegations made in "Clinton Cash," including former President Bill Clinton's comments that he doesn't regret the Clinton Foundation accepting millions of dollars of foreign cash.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said the questions raised in the new book Clinton Cash should make people question the trustworthiness of Hillary Clinton. In a live studio interview on "Fox and Friends," Paul was asked why voters should be concerned about the money that flowed to the Clintons while Hillary served as secretary of state.
The "Special Report" panel, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Charles Krauthammer, and Charles Lane, took on two of the biggest stories of the week.
In a must-see "America's Newsroom" interview, Martha MacCallum challenged former Clinton adviser Lanny Davis this morning on the new allegations laid out in the book, "Clinton Cash."