Vince Vaughn was seen speaking to President Trump during the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday.
The co-hosts of "Fox & Friends" defended the Trump administration after they re-allocated $155 million in FEMA disaster relief money to fund border security operations, including detention centers.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared on 'Fox & Friends' on Thursday to preview his 'Dancing with the Stars' dance moves.
The "Fox & Friends" panel says Democrats are pushing fears of recession in order to oust President Trump.
After it was revealed that Stephen Ross, the billionaire owner of Equinox and SoulCycle, plans to host a fundraiser for President Trump, many called for a boycott of the fitness favorites.
Ainsley Earhardt and Todd Starnes trashed the Grammy-winning singer over her comments on gun control at Lollapalooza.
"Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade is under fire for his defense of the use of the word "invasion" to describe border crossings.
The co-hosts of "Fox & Friends" linked "video games," prayers and "parenting" to the recent mass shootings in Ohio and Texas.
"Fox & Friends" co-host Ainsley Earhardt revealed that she believes restaurant servers "make tons of money," and fellow panelist Brian Kilmeade thinks that if you're unhappy with how much your job pays, you should "get another job."
President Trump compared his wife, Melania, to former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy during a phone call with "Fox & Friends" on Friday.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade thinks there should be an armed presence in all houses of worship following the recent shooting at a San Diego-area synagogue.
It was only fitting that the Fox & Friends co-host who looks like a perennial newly married bride should have been stood up by the man she was courting: Ainsley Earhardt spent the three hours of yesterday’s Fox & Friends waiting on the White House lawn for an interview that never materialized.
Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt has apologized for referring to Christine Hallquist as "that transgender."
While President Trump's performance drew widespread condemnation, the corporate lips of Fox News remain affixed to Trump’s backside.
President Trump went on a Twitter tirade touting his travel ban the same morning that the most recent offending episode of "Fox & Friends" aired.
The interview was chopped into bits and sprinkled across the three hours of Fox & Friends, so the sound bites were itty-bitty. Trump continued to pile on Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., for the latter’s comment that he doesn’t consider Trump a “legitimate president.” Trump and the news media, hand in hand, have a new angle to keep this dead horse of a story alive: Lewis said it would be the first inauguration he will have skipped, but he also didn’t go to George W. Bush’s swearing-in. Lewis says he forgot that, but Trump called this a “lie” to Earhardt: “I think he grandstanded, and then he got caught in a very bad lie.