On Wednesday, Fox News' Bill Hemmer sought to create an equivalence between the QAnon-supporting Greene and Omar.
Contributor Raymond Arroyo suggested the Democratic congresswoman should receive an award for her account of the Capitol riots.
Twitter users are claiming that Fox News did not cover the ceremony for fallen police officer Brian Sicknick, who died after suffering injuries during the Capitol riot.
Bring Ammo said that it would donate $5 from the sale of each shirt to the 18-year-old's defense fund.
The New York governor is dealing with a new report accusing him of undercounting coronavirus nursing home deaths.
A reference to the allegations was mentioned in an Atlantic article in 2004, but was dismissed as a smear.
The Fox News Sunday anchor suggested Republicans should take action to address Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's bizarre claims.
"I think it's laughable for the hedge funds to cry foul after they do this every single day on a daily basis," Jordan Belfort said Friday about the recent GameStop stock activity.
Tucker Carlson told his Fox News audience that the Robinhood trading app favored big investors and hedge funds. Just seconds prior, an ad at the network said the complete opposite.
Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy said that he is "taking the same approach at the White House that I took on the campaign trail" in a recent interview with Newsweek.
He defended his decision to call Arizona for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
The GOP senator for Arkansas has criticized post-inauguration troop levels, but the DHS still warns of a domestic terrorism threat.
The former White House press secretary and RNC spokesperson was previously a commentator on the conservative TV network.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the former presidents could be next in line for impeachment "because that's what we do in Januaries."
The former UN ambassador told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that "what happened on January 6 was not great."
"Their new idea is this channel shouldn't be allowed," Tucker Carlson thundered on his Monday night show.
Curtis Ingraham was responding to his sister's tweet referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci as "Dr. Doom."
The Kentucky lawmaker told Fox News that he took exception to the sentiment about "liars" that Biden expressed in his inauguration speech.
The new president made a call for unity in his inaugural address on Wednesday and later signed executive orders.
"It was a call to our better angels," Wallace said.
"I stuck it with it as long as I could, and at some point, I realized I've reached a point of diminishing returns and I left," said the former Fox News host.
"They'll criticize President Trump but no one can argue," Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt said Tuesday, "he is a worker."
Sanders released a video of Republicans expressing fears the "socialist" will soon chair the Senate Budget Committee.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a prominent supporter of President Donald Trump's false claims of a "stolen" election, was photographed walking into a White House meeting with Trump while carrying notes urging the "martial law if necessary" on Friday.
"We need to not move away from God, we need to move closer to God," Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said on Friday.
Last week, Ariel Pink attend the riot at the Capitol and shortly afterward was dropped by his record label, Mexican Summer.
"I know you always ask a hostile question," Joe Biden told Peter Doocy at a September 2020 press conference, "But go ahead."
The impeachment vote is expected to pass Wednesday with bipartisan support.
"Imagine that: you take part in one little insurrection to overthrow the United States government and suddenly you can't communicate, you can't fly on an airplane," Meyers said on Tuesday night.
The journalist and former Trump loyalist tweeted that losing the election "revealed a dysfunction I had refused to see."