Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid used the NFL's “My Cause, My Cleats” program to pay tribute to the "history of protest," including Colin Kaepernick and the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback's "Know Your Rights Camp."
Pennsylvania Rep. Lou Barletta hosted President Donald Trump at a rally in Erie on Wednesday night where he repeatedly praised the president and his accomplishments.
Fox & Friends co-host Pete Hegseth headed to the College of the Ozarks to get students' takes on the Brett Kavanaugh hearings.
A children's book author is using Colin Kaepernick as a role model for children, kneeling beside a cardboard cutout of the former NFL quarterback while she read her new book on "whiteness."
Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday on Fox & Friends that the joke made by Emmy Awards co-host Michael Che comparing Republicans to crackheads was just another reason why awards show ratings have been declining.
After the shooting death of a Kansas police officer on Sunday, 36 law enforcement officers have been killed by gunfire this year, surpassing the 2017 total.
The widow of an Arizona police officer slammed Nike Monday on "Fox & Friends" for choosing to feature Colin Kaepernick in its newest ad campaign.
The widow of a fallen Marine said Sunday on Fox & Friends that Nike's ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick was upsetting to see, given all of the military members that have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
An Army veteran called out Nike Saturday on Fox & Friends for featuring Colin Kaepernick at the center of the company's "Just Do It" campaign.
The president of a private Christian college said Nike is stirring up controversy with its new Colin Kaepernick ad campaign and his school's athletic teams will not wear the company's apparel in response.
The co-hosts of "The Five" on Thursday sounded off on Nike's controversial new ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.
Dave Portnoy, the founder of satirical sports website Barstool Sports, said Wednesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that Nike made a smart move by centering its newest ad campaign around Colin Kaepernick.