During an appearance on "Cavuto: Coast to Coast," Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed President Donald Trump violated the U.S. Constitution and "bought himself an enormous headache" with the decision to hold next year's G7 summit at the Trump Doral Miami golf resort.
"Impeachment is always constitutional if it originates in the House and if its basis is arguably for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," wrote Andrew Napolitano in an op-ed.
"NBC says it has nothing to hide," Kelly said. "Great! Let's not hide anything."
"Syria is not protecting the Kurds, and U.S. troops are not yet safe," Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin said.
"So clearly there is a double standard when it comes to that, but we have heard about the hypocrisy before," another Fox News host, Steve Doocy, said.
"It drives me nuts inside," Jordan Belfort, who pleaded guilty to fraud and served 22 months in prison, complained.
"He's not a whistleblower because nothing else on that tape was illegal," Watters said, "and I think he'll never get hired ever, ever again."
"Some would say we kicked off some certain things with what had gone down," Fox News host Harris Faulkner said.
Senior 2020 campaign adviser Lara Trump said average Americans had to "Google" who the Kurds of northern Syria even are before they could be outraged about President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw troops from the region.
Despite his rebuke of the left's response to President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw support from the Kurdish fighters and pull troops from Syria, "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade was critical of Trump's policy as recently as Monday.
The story centers around the sexual assault allegations made against Roger Ailes by former Fox News anchors Megyn Kelly (played by Charlize Theron) and Gretchen Carlson (played by Nicole Kidman).
The president, who regularly watches and retweets positive sentiments voiced on the network, quickly responded to the comments made by "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade.
Trump gave Turkey the green light to invade northeastern Syria after a phone call with Turkish President Erdoğan last Sunday.
Trump mocked the "con artist" journalists who win Pulitzer Prizes and conducted damage control after lashing out against Fox News during his campaign rally Friday.
Footage of Fox News correspondents Neil Cavuto and John Roberts reacting to Shep Smith's announcement of his Fox News departure has gone viral.
"Under the agreement, I won't be reporting elsewhere at least in the near future," Smith said in his final sign off from Fox News.
The story of a Sesame Street character's struggle with her mother's substance abuse is not age-appropriate, the Fox News contributor said.
Newsweek spoke to political scientists, authors, commentators and climate scientists to find out.
Trump's praise for OANN and criticism of Fox News has led to much criticism and mockery on Twitter.
"New Fox Poll shows a '40% Approval Rating by African Americans for President Trump, a record for Republicans,'" Trump tweeted last November. "Thank you, a great honor!"
"We learnt that President Trump has ordered the U.S. military not to help," Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin said.
The president "recognized that sending American troops to Syria is not in the best national security interest of the United States," Andrew Napolitano said.
Joe diGenova appeared to view the president as the king of America and the impeachment inquiry an attempt to kill him.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen and "Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy argued that Democrats are "conflating" two components of President Donald Trump's July phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
Jay Sekulow told the Fox host that the second whistleblower could not add anything more because "it is not an impeachable offense, Period."
"It is horrifying for President Trump to ask foreign governments to interfere in a U.S. election," Chris Truax, RRL's legal adviser, told Newsweek.
A large cast of Fox News figures and Republican lawmakers ridiculed the NBA for apologizing to China after the Houston Rockets general manager tweeted out his support for the Hong Kong protesters.
"Now, he's reading from it, claiming that this website hack job is an affidavit," Joe Scarborough said, playing clips of Giuliani on Fox News.