Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clapped back at her critics on Twitter after Amazon said it would be opening a New York office in 2021.
In a segment focusing on Trump's sense of humor, Fox News personalities compared Joe Biden "getting in the guy's face" at a recent campaign event to the president's "entertaining nature."
After Stanford law professor Pamela S. Karlan spoke in less than flattering terms about the conduct of President Donald Trump in Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings, Fox News' Tucker Carlson exploded in a rant branding her a "moron" who "needs a shrink."
Fox News hosts quickly came to the defense of "dominant" President Donald Trump after a video emerged of world leaders apparently mocking the president at a NATO reception.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said there were flaws in Jonathan Turley's argument against impeaching President Trump during Fox News' coverage of the House Judiciary Committee's ongoing impeachment proceedings.
Gregg Jarrett suggested that someone else may have been using Nunes' phone for calls to Rudy Giuliani and his associate Lev Parnas.
Eight Fox hosts, personalities and contributors have appeared at Republican events in 2018, despite Fox's statement that they have "addressed the issue with contributors and hosts."
'Fox & Friends' railed against millennials and actor Mark Ruffalo Tuesday after he declared "capitalism is killing us," with the show's first guest mocking the actor for being a millionaire and accusing him of misinforming millennials about socialism.
Tucker Carlson of Fox News continued to root for Russia on his Monday night show, but this time he didn't try to pass it off as anything other than the truth.
On Monday's edition of "The Sean Hannity Show," Hannity said that Republicans should call Fox News' Mark Levin to the stand as a witness for President Trump.
On Monday, attorney to President Trump Rudolph Giuliani tweeted that Fox News anchor Steve Hilton should apologize to him for remarks Hilton made on Fox News' The Next Revolution.
"[Kaepernick] knew what he was getting into when he decided to kneel and now, he's going to go ahead and capitalize on this by essentially extorting the black community," former NFL player and current congressional candidate Jeremy Staat told 'Fox & Friends.'
Ainsley Earhardt and GOP Rep. Todd McClintock defended Trump's Ukraine dealings by saying Americans elected him to "be Trump."
"While President Trump has been trying to govern for the American people, all these hangers-on have been trying to make money for themselves off Trump," Steve Hilton said.
It's in Trump's "best interest to say 'Look, I'll participate, I'll make all my witnesses available if you'll agree to just let the voters decide next fall,'" ex-Democratic Senator Evan Bayh said.
"It's clear that there is none of the bipartisan support that Speaker Pelosi said for months was essential to impeachment," Chris Wallace said.
According to Brian Kilmeade, the impeachment inquiry has done little more than devote the president's most earnest supporters even closer to him.
"We knew all along that there was no scandal here, " the former White House press secretary said on Fox News.
Conservative pundits rejoiced at reports of record Black Friday online shopping sales, praising the "Trump economy" for allowing shoppers to spend even more money this year.
Trump could win 40 percent of the Latino vote in 2020 and if he courts DACA recipients, Rivera said.
"Her poll numbers aren't doing so great. We're going to move on to the parade," Hegseth said.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate said some of her rivals were "dismissing" and disrespecting millions of the network's viewers.
First Lt. Clint Lorance told Sean Hannity that he had reason to believe he would be released after Trump was inaugurated.
Analysts discuss Richard Spencer op-ed and Trump's intervention in Eddie Gallagher case on The Situation Room.
Jeffrey Lord told Sean Hannity that "people out in America see this, shake their heads and they are disgusted" when they hear the actor criticize Trump.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson admitted during a Wednesday broadcast he believes President Donald Trump is a "full-blown BS artist" and "compulsive self-promoter."
Republicans for Rule of Law is expected to run an advertisement on "Fox & Friends" asking why the White House has not allowed potentially key witnesses to testify in the impeachment hearings. "What is Trump afraid of?" the ad asks.
"It is ironic that a man accused of sexual harassment over the course of many years by many different women is being courted to return to Fox News by its most prominent on-air personality," Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky and Diana Falzone wrote.
Lahren called out the students for disrespecting the first lady at the opioid awareness event, but Twitter users were quick to criticize the Fox host for what they saw as hypocrisy.
Trump claimed that people want to change the name of Thanksgiving, after Fox News aired segments discussing liberals who apparently are waging a "war on Thanksgiving."