This week on "Justice", Judge Jeanine Pirro criticized U.S. District Judge James Robart's ruling halting implementation of President Trump's executive order barring immigration from several countries in the Middle East.
Filmmaker and author Dinesh D'Souza said the violent protesters who donned masks and set fires at the University of California-Berkeley are an example of a "terrorist element on campus."
The "Forbes on Fox" panel reacted to the violent protests at University of California-Berkeley, in opposition to Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos speaking on campus last week.
Conservative activist and journalist Milo Yiannopoulos was forced to cancel a speaking engagement at the University of California-Berkeley Wednesday night after violent protests broke out, Trace Gallagher reported on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
About 200 to 300 peaceful protesters rallied outside the Philadelphia hotel hosting a retreat for Republican legislators, blocking part of Center City's main thoroughfare on Wednesday evening.
At least seven protesters climbed a construction crane in Washington, D.C., just a few blocks from the White House.
Pollster Frank Luntz recounted to Fox & Friends how he was the subject of an impromptu assault by a protester inside an upscale Washington, D.C. hotel.
Greg Gutfeld criticized the thousands of protesters who disrupted commerce in Downtown Washington, D.C., while, across town on Capitol Hill, Donald Trump was being sworn in as the nation's 45th president.
Former Secretary of Education William J. Bennett reacted to large marches and protests in numerous major cities against Donald Trump's new status as president-elect.
Traffic on the world's busiest bridge was brought to a near standstill Wednesday morning as a group of 10 immigration rights activists blocked motorists from entering New York City during rush hour.
"I always agree on waiting...to make a judgment" following a police-involved shooting incident, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said when asked about the death of Keith Scott in Charlotte, N.C.