In the wake of former Vice President Joe Biden officially announcing his candidacy for President, Fox & Friends and The View, had very different reactions.
Kirsten Gillibrand said she doesn’t think calling on Al Franken to resign from the Senate over sexual misconduct allegations in 2017 will cause voters to turn on her.
The president gave Joe Scarborough a new nickname Tuesday morning as he tweeted about morning cable news shows.
On "The View" Monday, a discussion about the recently released Mueller report once again pitted Meghan McCain against many of her co-hosts at the table.
Sunday’s episode featured another one of the show’s trademark unexpected cameo appearances as former David S. Cohen got a bowl of Winterfell soup.
Elmo crashes a meeting between "Game Of Thrones" characters Cersei and Tyrion Lannister, and has a proposition for the feuding siblings.
On Fox News Monday, Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez doubled-down on the Democrat’s decision to not hold debates on Fox News.
“I’m not critical of his faith, I’m critical of bad policies,” Buttigieg said on "Ellen."
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs used a graphic showing that a recent Georgetown University poll had President Trump’s approval rating at 55%, and that was later shared by the President himself. The only problem is, that graphic was incorrect.
The grown-up Brady Bunch cast also shared fans' favorite classic lines, from "Oh, my nose!" to "Pork chops and applesauce."
John Bradley talked about dealing with his insecurities and how the hit HBO show helped him change his perspective.
Things got tense between Meghan McCain and Joy Behar on The View Monday, prompting a quick response from viewers on Twitter, and host Whoopi Goldberg.
“What I want to do is I want to put an empty chair in the room, and that chair represents the American people,” Schultz said, gesturing toward his own empty chair on set. “We're not going to leave the room until we solve the problem for the American people."
While previewing a discussion about the numerous unwanted touching accusations against former Vice President Joe Biden, Fox News host Martha MacCallum questioned the effects of the #MeToo movement.
Nearly two months after calling out Rep. Ilhan Omar on Twitter, the former first daughter had nothing but praise for the congresswoman.
On "The View" Tuesday, when a conversation about possible Democratic presidential candidates turned to democratic socialism, Meghan McCain quickly got heated and lashed out at fellow co-host, Joy Behar.
"I am sure that somebody can misconstrue something he's done. But as much as I can know what’s anyone’s heart, I don’t think that there’s a bad intent on his part at all," she said.
Friday’s Today featured an interview with Becky Ditchfield, a meteorologist at NBC’s Denver affiliate 9News, who fired back at critics that complained about her being pregnant on air.
A police corporal in Arlington, Texas showed some quick thinking when he enlisted the help of a truck driver to try and save a teenager threatening to jump off a bridge.
Rosselló said he is speaking up now is because he believes that the data the president is citing surrounding the aftermath and relief efforts in Puerto Rico is wrong.
“It looks to us from outside Chicago looking in that this was just a pure political deal. Somebody called somebody else, everybody here's connected,” he said.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck returned to The View Tuesday to promote her new book, but found herself responding to former co-host Rosie O’Donnell’s recent comments made in a different book.
Khizr Khan, the father of fallen Army Captain Humayun Khan, was on The View Monday where he shared an emotional moment with co-host Meghan McCain.