Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said in an interview Friday morning that he believes there is "too much political correctness" in the country.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Friday sounded off on the media's reaction to President Trump's meeting with Kanye West.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka had some strong words for an MSNBC panelist who likened the Republican Party to Nazi Germany following Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore said it's "absolutely possible" that President Trump will be the last president of the United States.
Greg Gutfeld responded to a Fordham University professor who criticized coverage of Mollie Tibbetts' murder while a guest on MSNBC.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity discussed examples of what he considered the mainstream media's hypocrisy or "conspiracy theory" in their coverage of President Donald Trump.
Dan Bongino said that following recently unearthed controversial blog posts by MSNBC host Joy Reid, it seems that liberal commentators can say whatever they want without any repercussions.
President Trump's approval ratings have risen despite a study showing media coverage of his administration has been 91 percent negative this year.
Tucker Carlson ripped left-wing television host Joy-Ann Reid for claiming some of her years-old blog entries rife with homophobic references, questions about whether ideological opponents were gay, and opposition to gay marriage were a product of hackers.
Sean Hannity said many members of the mainstream media have been left "red-faced" by the progress made by President Trump with North Korea.
Laura Ingraham responded Monday to claims that she and others on the "hard right" helped scuttle a deal on DACA.
While most networks offered mixed coverage to the trial of an illegal immigrant accused of killing Kate Steinle, one network ignored the case's verdict altogether, Pete Hegseth reported.