National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg remembered his longtime colleague Charles Krauthammer as a "decent man who took the higher road."
Jonah Goldberg criticized President Trump's messaging to the public when it comes to immigration reform Wednesday on "America's Newsroom."
The White House has come under fire for its handling of domestic violence allegations against now-departing Staff Secretary Rob Porter.
National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg said the new revelations in Donna Brazile's book about Hillary Clinton and the DNC vindicate the claims made in 2016 by then-candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Jonah Goldberg thinks that congressional Republicans need to "double down" and address health care and tax reform or they risk losing their majorities in the House and Senate in 2018.
What happens in the presidential race if Hillary Clinton is indicted over her private emails?
When the Sports Illustrated cover came out this week, many were quick to point out just how many people in the Belmont Stakes crowd were using their cell phones as American Pharoah crossed the wire.
Doug McKelway reported on "Special Report" about a large-scale domestic military exercise that is sparking a lot of concern among Texans. “Jade Helm 15" is scheduled to take place this summer in seven Western states, including Texas.
Who would Fox News' political experts bet on to win the 2016 Republican nomination? Bret Baier asked the "All-Star Panel" last week and here's where the money is going at this early stage.
A former adviser to President Obama revealed today that MIT professor Jonathan Gruber was an "important figure" within the White House when the administration was working to pass ObamaCare.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on President Barack Obama’s ISIS strategy this evening on “Special Report.” He said it appears that Obama’s heart is not in this battle.
Why is Eric Holder resigning now? Many think it could have something to do with the upcoming midterm elections and control of the Senate.