As the White House struggles to shake its many controversies, Trump's reliance on Pence has deepened, Fox News correspondent James Rosen reported on "America's Newsroom."
After Hillary Clinton's supporters posted suspiciously identical tweets about her "Meet The Press" interview, questions have emerged if the Clinton campaign and the pro-Clinton Super PAC Correct the Record coordinated their talking points regarding her private email scandal.
Much has been made of the fact that many Hillary Clinton-backed Democrats were defeated in the midterm election - out of 26 candidates she campaigned for, 13 lost, 12 won and Sen. Mary Landrieu is headed for a runoff - but some analysts are predicting that the GOP takeover of Congress could actually help Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee believes that groups with ties to Al Qaeda are responsible for the Benghazi, Libya terror attack on September 11, 2012.
Today on Media Buzz, Fox News reporter James Rosen previewed his interview with Paul McCartney. The former Beatle is making the rounds to promote his album, “New.”
We’re all sick of the late and unlamented government shutdown, so on Sunday I’m turning Media Buzz into Beatle Buzz.
Tonight at 10p/1a ET, Fox News Channel will air the latest investigation into the attack on the U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
Greta Van Susteren wants to know why Congress and Attorney General Eric Holder are sneaking around together.
Bill Cunningham and Tamara Holder had a fierce debate on Hannity over whether Eric Holder lied to Congress, with Cunningham at one point screaming at Holder to "know your role and shut your mouth."
New details are coming out on the issue of whether or not the head of the Justice Department lied to Congress. Attorney General Eric Holder is defending himself and his department in writing, issuing a letter late Wednesday responding to a series of questions asked by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) in regards to a warrant issued for the records of Fox News Correspondent James Rosen
Two top officials at the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service (DS) -- the federal law enforcement agency that protects American diplomats and investigates allegations of criminal misconduct by State Department employees -- gave sworn testimony earlier this year that appears to be evasive at best, and untrue at worst, according to evidence obtained by Fox News.
Sen. Johnny Isakson has deep regrets over his vote in favor of Attorney General Eric Holder, saying he now views it as the "worst vote" of his career.