South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy turned his prosecutor’s instincts loose Tuesday as he ripped into the director of the Secret Service for her agency’s bungling of a 2011 attack on the White House.
And he took a backhanded slap at Democrats for trying to blame sequestration for the whole … Read More
With the country at war with a group explicitly invoking religion as its reason for fighting, Eric Holder’s Justice Department is getting ready to announce a policy turning a blind eye toward religious background in national security probes.
Fox News reported that Holder, who is leaving office as … Read More
An Iowa couple who had horrible service at a restaurant on their anniversary decided that instead of complaining, “paying it forward” was the best thing they could do.
Makenzie Schultz wrote about the evening she and her husband experienced Saturday on her Facebook page.
It wasn’t … Read More
Fox News’ Sean Hannity went another round with radical Muslim Imam Anjem Choudary debating the Islamic State and the killing of innocent people.
This was Choudary’s first interview since his arrest for suspicion of involvement in a terrorist plot in London last week.
Hannity’s frustration with … Read More
The man who leaped the fence around the White House on Sept. 19 got much farther into the residence itself than the Secret Service first reported.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comAnd the Secret Service's response to him might have been delayed because an alarm box near the entrance … Read More
One of America's most beloved Food Network chefs summed up the problem with liberal economics in a few short sentences last week.
In an interview promoting his new TNT reality cooking show, “On the Menu,” famous 'BAM" chef Emeril Lagasse dipped his tasting finger into politics just enough to place … Read More
You have to be really skilled or really lucky to get away with winging an interview that you haven't prepared for.
This guy was neither.
KWGN's Chris Parente was supposed to interview "Saturday Night Live" alums Kristen Wiig's and Bill Hader as they promoted their new movie "The Skeleton … Read More
The female executive of a pest control company in England wasn’t afraid to handle the rat who tried to carjack her vehicle on Friday.
In a thrilling video, 52-year-old Deborah Smythe is shown battling the carjacker after he tried to steal the vehicle while she was outside of it unlocking a gate … Read More
The reviews from President Obama’s interview that aired Sunday night on “60 Minutes” are coming in, and they’re not raves.
The intelligence community was thrown under the bus and isn’t happy about it. And even President Obama’s once-loyal media guard had trouble spinning the performance that … Read More
A Pennsylvania couple has filed a lawsuit against three police officers who they claim entered their home without permission to seize a cellphone that was recording the officers’ aggressive behavior.
Police came to the Collingdale home of Kia and Michael Gaymon after a neighbor complained about a … Read More
Hope springs eternal that some of America’s political blowhards will ease into the sunset, crushed into silence by life’s relentless realities. But there is no such luck when it comes to Al Gore and his climate mafia. Gore’s sizable bank account must be running low, because he is trying to crank up … Read More
The CBS love letter to Hillary Clinton called “Madam Secretary” gave new ammunition to critics who said from the beginning the new series was going to be a whitewash of the Clinton years as secretary of state.
But it might have done conservatives a big favor in the process.
Sunday night’s … Read More
Crusading anti-Islamist Pamela Geller is modifying an ad she planned to place on public transit in New York and San Francisco out of deference to the family of beheading victim James Foley, but makes it clear she stands behind the ads’ message.
The ad in question shows Foley on his knees clad in … Read More
Jesse Watters acts as both a correspondent for The O’Reilly Factor, as well as a producer for his own segment, “Watters’ World” where he conducts “man-on-the-street” interviews with people about current events. He joined FOX News Channel in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom and has been … Read More
For three decades, Mark McKinnon has been solving complex strategic challenges for causes, companies and candidates, including former President George W. Bush, U.S. Sen. John McCain, and U2 front man Bono. Along the way, he has helped engineer five winning presidential primary and general election … Read More