Richard Fowler, Steve Hilton and Gianno Caldwell had a lively discussion on "Fox News @ Night" following President Trump's national address and a rebuttal from Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.
Kennedy, host of "Kennedy" on Fox Business Network, said President Trump endorsed Rep. Nancy Pelosi for House Speaker because she's the "perfect foil for him."
Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Richard Fowler said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning upset in a New York Democratic congressional primary is a sign of things to come for the Democratic Party.
While Hillary Clinton was being investigated by the FBI for her private email server, many Democrats and members of the mainstream media had nothing but contempt for former FBI Director James Comey.
Former President Barack Obama on Thursday took a thinly-veiled shot at his successor for wanting to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
67 percent of Americans say the Democratic Party is out of touch with citizens' concerns, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
On "The First 100 Days" tonight, Ben Shapiro and Richard Fowler reacted to the chaos that broke out at the University of California-Berkeley over a scheduled speech by conservative activist and journalist Milo Yiannopoulos.
Tonight, Tucker Carlson faced off with liberal radio host Richard Fowler over the media's reaction to a disturbing Facebook Live video that showed four black people torturing a mentally disabled white man.
Media outlets rushed to brand Donald Trump's claim about Hillary Clinton's involvement in birtherism an outright falsehood. But tweets from former McClatchy D.C. Bureau Chief James Asher have cast doubt on that assertion.
Security experts told the Associated Press that the identities of CIA personnel could have been revealed by Hillary Clinton's email scandal, potentially risking the lives of undercover operatives.
On "The Kelly File" tonight, Megyn Kelly asked if the Obama administration is treating the police shooting in Chicago differently than similar incidents in Ferguson or Baltimore because of the president's relationship with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Football Hall of Famer Cris Carter is apologizing for his advice to NFL rookies in which he advised them to "have a fall guy" if they get in trouble. In a video from June's 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium, the former wide receiver appeared alongside Hall of Fame defensive lineman Warren Sapp.