Stephen Hayes says that the White House - from President Obama down - has downplayed the threat of domestic terrorism and attacks in the U.S.
Wikileaks has released more than 19,000 emails sent to and from top Democratic National Committee officials.
Many new details have emerged from the House Select Committee on Benghazi's report, including the shocking revelation that President Obama did not attend his daily intelligence briefing the day after the September 11, 2012 terror attack.
Judge Andrew Napolitano and the All-Star Panel dissected the rift between establishment Republicans - like House Speaker Paul Ryan - and presumptive nominee Donald Trump.
President Obama dismissed the legal merits of a challenge to a key provision of the Affordable Care Act. In remarks from the G7 summit yesterday, Obama maintained there is no legal basis for the Supreme Court to overturn a key provision of the Affordable Care Act.
A New Hampshire woman claims her tweets about an argument between a JetBlue pilot and a passenger got her kicked off a flight. Lisa Carter-Knight wrote the following on Twitter during a delay Tuesday on her flight home from Philadelphia.
Fox News contributor Stephen Hayes says he's on the Department of Homeland Security's terror watch list. The Weekly Standard columnist took to Twitter yesterday to explain the strange series of events.
In remarks from Martha's Vineyard (watch below), President Obama declared that U.S. airstrikes have broken the siege around a mountain in northern Iraq. Kirsten Powers believes the president is downplaying the humanitarian crisis.
We heard some strong words from Charles Krauthammer on the Iran nuclear deal Monday night on Special Report, as he blasted the Obama administration for appeasing Tehran.
The press hounded Press Secretary Jay Carney on Wednesday over the Benghazi emails between the White House and the State Department. Carney held steadfast that the Obama administration has provided testimony and emails pertaining to the September 11, 2012 Benghazi attack. Stephen Hayes, from The Weekly Standard, broke the story of how heavily involved the State Department and White House were involved in the 12 edited versions of the CIA’s talking points.