Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) praised President Trump Saturday for the progress he and his administration has made with North Korea.
"He would actually be earning that Nobel Peace Prize, unlike his predecessor who got it beforehand," Zeldin said on Fox & Friends.
During the Tax March rally, held the Tuesday taxes were due outside the U.S. Capitol, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi called the tax bill passed in December a "shame" before repeating to protesters that "We won't let it stand!"
Barbara Bush had her trademark sense of humor until the end. Her son, former President George W. Bush, said his mom was "needling" me in their final visit.
"She turned to the doctor and said, 'You want to know why George W. is the way he is?' The doctor looked somewhat surprised and she said, 'Because I drank and smoked when I was pregnant with him.' ... She's funny," Bush told Fox Business.
The American Federation of Teachers cut its ties with Wells Fargo after the financial services giant refused to end its relationship with the NRA and firearm manufacturers.
"The house just exploded."
A Texas police officer barely escaped a massive explosion after an illegal immigrant drove a car into a home.
Tomi Lahren said Californians are "waking up" and opposing their state's sanctuary law.
"Breaking the rules to get a special counsel to target President Trump, that's Mr. Comey's legacy," Fitton said.
He argued that Comey established a "culture of corruption" at the FBI, from fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the FBI officials who exchanged anti-Trump text messages, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
"It's fair to say -- at some point, after a year -- let's publish the results, let's reach some conclusions, let's let the chips fall where they may and let's move on," Guy Benson said.
Attorney Alan Dershowitz reacted to the news that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told Trump last week that the president is not a target in the Cohen investigation.
"You can't have any confidence that your best friend, your brother, your sister-in-law, won't flip if the government charges them with serious crimes," he noted.
"F*** the law!"
A law professor was heckled and shouted down by angry left-wing students during a speech at the City University of New York School of Law.
The Effingham County (Ill.) board passed the resolution on an 8-1 vote and directed its employees not to enforce any new state law that would “unconstitutionally restrict the Second Amendment.”
"So even if you leave the book still thinking I'm an idiot, you realize I'm actually kind of an honest idiot and I'm not on anybody's side," Comey said.
Judge Andrew Napolitano's comments come amid lawmakers' calls for a criminal probe into the Obama administration.
Eleven GOP House lawmakers sent a criminal referral to the Justice Department on Wednesday, asking for a probe into Clinton as well as former FBI leads James Comey and Andrew McCabe, and former attorney general Loretta Lynch.
The imprisonment of Andrew Brunson has gained national attention in recent days after a tweet by President Trump. Brunson is on trial this week and faces up to 35 years in prison, if convicted.
Radio host and NRA national spokesperson Dana Loesch said on "Fox & Friends" Thursday that it's "infuriating" to see federal funds still going to Planned Parenthood, meaning taxpayers may not realize they're indirectly funding Democrats.