Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in an interview with Baier earlier in the day, came across as a more attractive candidate than he was at the beginning of the election cycle.
New emails exclusively obtained by Fox News show that in March 2011, at the height of the Arab Spring revolution inside Libya, dictator Muammar Qaddafi’s son Saif was willing to talk peace from the ground in Libya – but a source told Fox News the offer was rejected by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Justice Department will release some 6,000 inmates from federal prisons beginning at the end of the month as part of new sentencing guidelines for drug crimes established last year, a federal law enforcement official confirmed Tuesday to Fox News.
State Department officials are pressing Hillary Clinton's personal lawyer David Kendall to confirm -- again -- whether the former secretary of state really did turn over all official emails, according to Justice Department documents filed as part of a watchdog group's lawsuit against the State Department.
Officials in one Dallas-Fort Worth suburb are hoping to take the "stranger danger" out of consummating sales hatched on Craigslist and other online classified forums by designating zones where both parties can feel safe.
New Mexico’s secretary of state, who is responsible for campaign finance reporting and who once called out a “culture of corruption” in the state’s government, has been accused of dozens of financial crimes, as well as identity theft.
Not all important public policy reforms come from Washington. Really lasting reforms can percolate from the bottom up, brewed by citizens with a grievance pushing state and local governments to act.
House Republicans on Tuesday will formally begin the process of trying to form a special committee to investigate Planned Parenthood, following recent revelations about the taxpayer-funded group's fetal tissue harvesting.
The head of Amtrak has warned lawmakers that it will suspend service on parts of its national network unless Congress extends its deadline for implementing advanced safety technology, according to a letter obtained by Fox News.
Russia's continuing military buildup and ongoing airstrikes in Syria are raising concerns that President Obama is "flummoxed" by an intervention reminiscent, analysts say, of the incursion into eastern Ukraine.
After America learned of the latest mass shooting at an Oregon community college, President Barack Obama delivered remarks in which he lamented the loss of good, innocent people and then added: "Somehow this has become routine. ... We've become numb to this." By the next day, Obama had a remedy: "Be a single-issue voter."
Debra J. Saunders