Is there a war on women? Jesse Watters hit Miami Beach to find out.
GOP Senate candidate Joni Ernst could become not only the first female senator from Iowa, but also the first female combat veteran elected to Senate.
With one week to go until Election Day 2014, some are asking whether the Democrats' "war on women" attack line is still working. President Obama and Democrats started it in 2012, accusing Republicans of supporting policies that were out of step with female voters.
Laura Ingraham said this morning on Fox and Friends that the left is playing a "cynical game" after yesterday's Supreme Court ruling, once again revving up the "war on women" rhetoric. In a 5-4 ruling, the justices said closely held corporations, like Hobby Lobby, don't have to cover contraception for female employees.
This weekend, Jesse Watters took a trip to a National Organization for Women conference at the Hyatt in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where an interesting turn of events took place.
There’s controversy surrounding the firing of the first female executive editor for The New York Times. There are reports that say Jill Abramson was fired after asking for equal pay to her male predecessor.
The Outnumbered panel, including #Oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson, held a spirited debate about the departure of Jill Abramson from the New York Times. Abramson, the first female to serve as the paper's top editor, was let go by company and it comes amid reports that she was pushing for a salary equal to her male predecessor.
Pleading with Republicans to "go on offense," Ann Coulter argued on Hannity that the GOP is failing to highlight many past controversies involving high-profile Democrats and women. Coulter, author of the book Never Trust a Liberal Over 3, argued that Ted Kennedy had the only "confirmed kill in the war on women."
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) called President Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky "predatory behavior" during an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” yesterday.
Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee found himself the target of media and Hollywood ire after making comments yesterday at a Republican National Committee meeting about women and contraception.
Fox and Friends co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck joined Hannity to talk about the fact the Democrats are playing up that narrative that Republicans are waging a war on women.