Mitt Romney addressed the controversial mocking directed at his adopted African American grandson, Kieran, by MSNBC.
Sen. John McCain tore into his Republican colleagues for triggering the government shutdown, arguing it was based on a "fool's errand" of defunding ObamaCare.
Fox & Friends discussed the D.C. standoff with Judge Andrew Napolitano, specifically asking what the Constitution says about Congress refusing to fund a program they do not agree with - in this case, ObamaCare.
President Obama delivered a speech on the potential government shutdown. He stressed that a shutdown would have a negative impact on the economy immediately.
Bill O'Reilly stopped by the Fox & Friends couch this morning to discuss the potential government shutdown, along with his newest best-selling book, "Killing Jesus."
On the brink of a government shutdown, the media’s attention is on the Washington circus and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).
The Five hosts took on the White House's harsh rhetoric against Republicans who are trying to defund ObamaCare. President Obama and Press Secretary Jay Carney have used words like "extortion," "blackmail," and "extremist" to describe House Republicans. But the most extreme statement was made by White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer, who invoked suicide bombers in his criticism of Tea Party Republicans.
The Senate passed a continuing resolution to fund the government through November 15, removing language that would de-fund ObamaCare. The legislation now moves back to the House of Representatives.
Why is America so polarized? That was the subject of last night's Talking Points Memo on the The O'Reilly Factor. Later in the show, O'Reilly sat down with The Five co-host Eric Bolling.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) joined Hannity last night in his first TV interview since his 21-hour speech in opposition to ObamaCare.
Tonight on his show, Sean Hannity challenged Republicans to take a stand against ObamaCare, instead of waiting until after the 2014 election.