Geraldo Rivera got worked up while discussing Aaron Rodgers on Tuesday’s "Hannity."
Rachel Maddow said that Fox News has been building their primetime programming around critical race theory, creating a platform for conservative candidates.
Navarro believes Pence is debasing himself in hopes of winning over Trump supporters who wanted to hang him at the Capitol on January 6.
Hayes all but dared Fox News hosts to take the same stance against their own employer's vaccine mandate as they have with others.
They have gotten into it multiple times on the air, an ever-growing feud that includes butting heads over police killings of Black Americans, and Israeli-Palestinian violence.
“I’m kind of shocked people have actually been so mean and cruel in many cases, passing judgment of both these incredible female athletes.”
Rivera castigated Hannity for trying to muddy the waters about what happened on January 6 and who’s to blame for it.
Hannity broke away from his fellow Fox News primetime hosts by urging his viewers to "Please take COVID seriously," and get the vaccine.
"It's not that I want to. The country needs it. We have to take care of this country," said Trump.
Rather than blame CNN, Santorum blames “the intolerance of the left” for his being fired over disparaging remarks about Native Americans.
The segment descended into chaos when Bongino attacked Rivera for brining up the dozens of Palestinian children killed in the conflict.
Jenner spoke about supporting ICE and deporting undocumented immigrants if she were to be elected governor.
Trump refrained from committing to another presidential run in 2024, saying it’s too soon to talk about “from a legal standpoint.”
Geraldo regrets going public with the idea before he and his wife had given it more thought.
Pirro didn’t believe Rivera that the Trump administration deemed undocumented migrant workers essential at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rivera only got a brief moment to point out why the term "illegal alien" is dehumanizing before once again being drowned out by Hannity and Bongino.
Graham walked a fine line between defending McConnnell against Trump’s attacks while at the same time praising Trump’s presidency.
After voting not to convict Trump, McConnell took to the Senate floor where he said there’s “no question” Trump was responsible for the Capitol insurrection.
Trump’s lawyer was so bad that a GOP senator switched his vote on the constitutionality of the second impeachment.
Hannity interrupted Giuliani for a moment to relive that bizarre press conference from last month in which hair dye streamed down Giuliani’s cheeks.
President Trump called into "Hannity," Thursday night, where he boasted about his health and recovery from COVID-19 while also struggling to clear his throat at times.