President Barack Obama is reportedly set to transfer 18 more Guantanamo Bay prisoners before the Jan. 20 inauguration.
Two defense officials said there is an effort underway to transfer nearly two dozen inmates from Gitmo before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, Bret Baier reported.
As many as one in three former Guantanamo Bay detainees are suspected of returning to the battlefield, American intelligence agencies say.
The Pentagon has reportedly finished its review of facilities in the United States to potentially house Guantanamo Bay detainees.
Katie Pavlich went after White House official Susan Rice for declaring this week that "we're going to die trying" to close Guantanamo Bay prison before President Obama leaves office.
The Obama administration is employing a new strategy in its drive to close down the Guantanamo Bay prison, arguing it's too expensive.
A new rule enacted by the U.S. military means Guantanamo Bay detainees can no longer have fast food or other treats during meetings with their attorneys.
A terror suspect who was profiled as Usama bin Laden's onetime bodyguard is a step closer to leaving Guantanamo Bay. Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported the latest details this morning on the case of 36-year-old Yemeni foot soldier Saeed Sarem Jarabh.
Ed Henry challenged White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on the administration's latest five transfers from Guantanamo Bay. He pressed Earnest on how the president could sign off on sending four of the five Yemeni men to neighboring Oman right after the Paris terror attack, which was directed by al Qaeda in Yemen.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani slammed the Obama administration this morning on "Fox and Friends" for releasing five Yemeni terror suspects overnight that were held at Guantanamo Bay.
Photos and info about five Yemeni, al Qaeda-linked detainees transferred out of Guantanamo Bay.
Catherine Herridge uncovered some new information that appears to link a recently-released Guantanamo Bay detainee to terrorists in Syria. She reported her findings this morning on "America's Newsroom," pointing to a series of tweets that were sent before Fawzi al-Odah was sent back to Kuwait on Wednesday.