President Obama made a surprise stop at today's press briefing to address the Trayvon Martin case. The president didn't field any questions in his appearance, but said he wanted to further discuss the context behind his comments made directly following the shooting death of the 17-year-old Florida boy by George Zimmerman.
On Thursday’s Hannity, Hilary Shelton, the NAACP’s Washington Bureau Director, joined Sean to react to the George Zimmerman verdict – and the conversation turned heated, with Sean pressing Shelton to name one of the 61 people who died in Chicago during the duration of the Zimmerman trial.
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s niece Alevda King reacted to an artist's rendering of her uncle wearing a hoodie sweatshirt, linking the civil rights leader to slain teen Trayvon Martin.
16-year-old Gabe Finger, an intern at The Daily Caller, asked Press Secretary Jay Carney whether President Obama plans to take any action after the death threats to George Zimmerman and his family. Carney said he wasn't aware of any specific reports about death threats, but deferred to Florida authorities. He then brushed off the question as "ridiculous."
A jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, but now, the Department of Justice is investigating Zimmerman for a possible civil rights violation.
An alternate juror in the George Zimmerman murder trial sat down for an exclusive interview with the local Fox News station in Orlando, Florida. WOFL’s Valerie Boey spoke with the male juror, identified as E54, about the verdict.
On Tuesday, Bill O’Reilly confronted Tavis Smiley about his comments on ABC that black men are held in “contempt” in America. On tonight’s Factor, O’Reilly asked ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos why he didn’t challenge Smiley’s remark.
Tonight’s Talking Points Memo took on CNN for distorting Bill O’Reilly’s past comments on the George Zimmerman case. Before the verdict was handed down, the Factor host asked guest Mary Katherine Ham if she expects people to “run out and cause trouble” if Zimmerman was acquitted.
Everyone from Stevie Wonder to former President Jimmy Carter has weighed in on the George Zimmerman verdict. Today at 5p ET, The Five analyzes all of the commentary.
Bill O’Reilly joined Fox and Friends to react to the latest developments following George Zimmerman’s acquittal, and accused celebrities and politicians of "exploiting" Trayvon Martin's death.
Sean Hannity welcomed a live studio audience to discuss the George Zimmerman verdict and the race relations debate that the case as sparked. Zimmerman was found not guilty of murder by a Florida jury for shooting Trayvon Martin.
To say Juan Williams and Leo Terrell disagreed on tonight’s Hannity would be a vast understatement. Terrell agreed with Fox News host Sean Hannity – for the first time, ever – about the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial.