Father Jonathan Morris was extremely passionate on "America's Newsroom" Tuesday as he decried New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state's "horrific" new abortion bill.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday on "Hannity" that though he has defended Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the past, the raid on Roger Stone's home was indefensible.
Senate Judiciary Committee Member John N. Kennedy said Monday that former Trump associate Roger Stone "talked his way into an indictment."
Jesse Watters said Monday on "The Five" that former longtime Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is considering an "independent" presidential bid in 2020.
Following the viral and controversial confrontation between students from a Kentucky high school and a Native American protester, Greg Gutfeld presented a solution to protect people from "political storms."
A wounded veteran of the U.S. Marines, Air Force and Army joined "Fox & Friends" Saturday to talk about his chance encounter with former Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Former Nixon adviser Roger Stone struck the two-peace-sign salute made famous by his former boss as he forcefully maintained his innocence Friday, leaving the courthouse in Broward County, Fla.
Jesse Watters reacted to public statements late Thursday by President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), saying that the Democrats appear "allergic to facts."
On Wednesday's episode of "Starnes Country" on Fox Nation, Todd Starnes reacted to NBC host Savannah Guthrie's interview with the Catholic school teen at the center of the controversy from over the weekend.
One lawyer said Wednesday on "Fox & Friends" that he's willing to represent the families of some Covington High School students pro bono.
In her "First Thoughts" on Fox Nation, Tomi Lahren outlined what happened between a group of Catholic schoolkids, a Native American tribal elder and a group called the Black Hebrew Israelites.
The number-two Democrat in the House told Neil Cavuto on "Your World" Tuesday that "physical barriers are part of the solution" to border security, but said President Trump was wrong to allow the government to partially shut down.