The deployment of more than 5,000 troops the U.S. southern border is a political stunt by President Trump ahead of the midterms, Judith Miller said Tuesday.
President Trump issued a pardon Friday to Scooter Libby, a former Bush administration official who was convicted in 2007 in connection with the leak of a CIA agent's identity to the media.
Joe Concha said the source or sources who misled news organizations for a story on Donald Trump Jr. and WikiLeaks should be exposed.
A woman who accuses Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually molesting her when she was 14 spoke out Monday in a TV interview.
"60 Minutes" took on the issue of fake news on Sunday night, with anchor Scott Pelley pressing a few of the purveyors of fraudulent or unvetted news stories.
There's been questions raised in recent days about the media's coverage of the violence against Israelis by Palestinians.
President Obama is speaking about long-term unemployment today in an effort to promote his State of the Union agenda.
Today on Media Buzz, the panel debated whether the media is simply taking the president to task for a bad year or if they’re overcompensating for soft coverage of the past.
Today, a New York judge will rule whether FoxNews.com reporter Jana Winter must appear in Colorado court after being subpoenaed to reveal her sources.
In the summer of 2012, James Holmes shot and killed 12 people and injured more than 50 others at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. As the nation asked why, FoxNews.com reporter Jana Winter was the first to break the story about a notebook...
Tonight on Fox Report Weekend: a Fox News reporter faces possible jail time for refusing to reveal her sources.
Megyn Kelly discussed the outrageous situation with Fox News contributors Kirsten Powers and Judith Miller, and Washington Post blogger Jen Rubin, expressing amazement that the investigation went to this level. She said there is no arguing that the government should be able to investigate leaks that may compromise national security, but took issue with the "wide net they cast" in both this case and the seizures of AP records.
"Now we found out that Rosen's parents out in Staten Island, they had to have their records? Mr. and Mrs. Rosen!?" Kelly asked.