Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee appeared on "The Five" today to defend his criticism of President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
"Red Eye" returned overnight with new host Tom Shillue, who welcomed comedian Jeff Ross for a "Too Good for the Panel" interview.
As the presidential race heats up, every candidate wants to get the youth vote. But they might be a bit surprised to find out which candidates students are talking about.
When discussing her transition with Diane Sawyer, Caitlyn Jenner revealed something that most people didn't know about her: She's a Republican. One GOP hopeful is hoping to get her vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Caitlyn Jenner revealed herself to the world Monday in a highly anticipated Vanity Fair cover story.
An atheist group called American Atheists is using a fake "Dear Santa" letter in a billboard campaign in several Southern states, urging people to skip church this Christmas and stop listening to "fairy tales."
A junior high school made a teenage girl change out of a T-shirt that reads “Virginity Rocks” because, according to the school, the shirt could raise awkward questions about sex and any potentially disruptive clothing is banned.
Harris Faulkner, Sandra Smith, Jedidiah Bila and Ainsley Earhardt were joined on Outnumbered by today’s #oneluckyguy, stand-up comedian and Red Eye regular Tom Shillue, to weigh in on two recent studies, one that suggest where your date looks at you indicates whether it’s love or lust and another that reveals men are actually more likely to hide their shopping habits.
Prince Charles is chiming in on global warming, but is the British royal out of touch? During a speech in London, the prince said climate change can be stopped by changing capitalism.
Is this a new record for most expensive Starbucks coffee? A Texas man treated himself to a gallon-size Frappuccino that contained 60 shots of espresso and cost $54.75.
The next time someone tells you that Americans are the heaviest drinkers, you can point back to this new study from the World Health Organization. In terms of pure alcohol consumed, the heaviest drinking country is Belarus, with the average person consuming 17.5 liters a year.