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Election Day is almost four months away, but despite the coronavirus and a struggling economy, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is still confident about...

In anticipation of Independence Day, Dana tasks Chris with two forms of trivia. He is asked to match a Founding Father to a given quote and to name the six signers of the declaration who also signed the constitution. They also discuss government-funded local news, who's funny on twitter, and Producer Jason Bonewald's fashion choices. 

"We're Momming Today" with The Toy Association's trend expert Adrienne Appell, about how to entertain our kids this summer when summer camp and normal...

Coronavirus cases spiked across the country this week, worrying both health experts and local leaders. Many states have even decided to back off some of...

This week, Tyrus and Kat hear from a fire truck stealer, a fish tank swimmer, and one man who leaves his girlfriend for not wearing makeup.

THIS WEEK: Did you know the U.S. Capital wasn't always in Washington, D.C., or that the Supreme Court shared space in the Capitol Building for...

The already dire situation in Yemen is getting worse as war and famine may be eclipsed by the spread of COVID-19 in the country....

Howie Kurtz on Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump battling with campaign manager Brad Parscale, Herman Cain contracting COVID-19 and Texas making masks mandatory in...

The June jobs report revealed 4.8 million jobs were added last month and the unemployment rate fell to 11.1 percent. President Trump touted the...

This week, Shannon sits down with Dr. David Jeremiah, the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego and author of the new book, “Shelter In God: Your Refuge In Times of Trouble.”

When eateries of all sizes shut down because of coronavirus the farmers supplying those businesses with meat were also hurt financially. Could decentralizing the...

Howie Kurtz on unemployment falling after nearly five million jobs gained in June, Trump calling 'Russian bounties' a 'hoax' and Mark Zuckerberg will be...

For a lot of people, myself included, the sum total of what they knew about Alexander Hamilton was that he was the face on...

This week, Martha is joined by Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) to discuss how the process of debating his police reform bill was blocked by Democrats.

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton's new book "The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir," which has been highly critical of President...

This week, Dana and Chris look ahead to Independence Day and touch base on their latest culinary feats after a long food-talk hiatus. They also discuss the importance of American history during these unsettled times, and the pandemic's continued challenges to the presidential race. Plus, Chris attempts to crush presidential quote trivia.

The United States and European countries have approached dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic differently. We take a look at those differences, why different decisions...

Howie Kurtz on a new poll showing concerns over coronavirus split down party lines, the Trump administration being divided over having coronavirus briefings and...

As seen on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" Greg and his panel discuss widespread vandalism of statues and a new study involving pet owners dating.

This week, Liz is joined by former Cisco CEO & founder of JC2 Ventures, John Chambers. John details the years he spent leading Cisco through economic downturns, pandemics, and more; and how his experiences have given him to tools to be an expert coach for the young CEOs he invests in now.

The Presidential campaign is heating up just 18 weeks before Election Day. Joe Biden is bashing the Trump administration calling its coronavirus response a...

This week, Bret sits down with a panel to discuss how the campaigns are responding to nationwide spikes in coronavirus cases with the approaching party conventions.

Cases of COVID-19 have spiked in California, Arizona, Florida and Texas causing their phased reopenings to be stopped. A few of the governors of...

Howie Kurtz on President Trump getting a written briefing in February on 'Russian bounties', Chief Justice Roberts being criticized for siding with liberals again...

This week, Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses his friend Senator Tim Scott’s (R-S.C.) recent challenge in attempting to pass a police reform bill in the Senate.

While states like New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are beginning to reopen again in phases, other states like Florida, Texas and Arizona are...

This week, Kat Timpf and Guy Benson get together to talk about their top 5 pet peeves.

If news on COVID-19 is the only bad news you can deal with these days, you are not alone. With updates on new coronavirus...

Howie Kurtz on President Trump attacking the NY Times over 'Russian bounties' story, Trump tweeting video with white power chant and Trump's struggling 2020...

This week, Abby is joined by This week, Professor Peter S. Onuf. Professor Onuf discusses how early Americans came to declare their independence and what the history of the Fourth of July can teach us about our great nation. 

A series of polls out last week show President Trump is the clear underdog - as he seeks a second term. The most surprising...

This week, we're flashing back to July 19th, 2017. Chris holds the mailbag and Dana answers questions. They cover some of Dana's favorite things about the south, the years she spent in San Diego, her thoughts on truth-telling behind the White House podium, and more. 

Our complete, unedited interview with celebrity chef and Food Network star Robert Irvine.

Being a "Proud American" means helping others overcome adversity whenever we have the ability to, and perhaps nothing is more American than the team...

"We're Momming Today" with Dr. Nicole Saphier, a mom of three, doctor, Fox News Contributor and author of "Making America Healthy Again."  Dr. Saphier...

This week, Tyrus and Kat hear about a wronged lizard, a mother who drove the getaway car for her son, and a car chase with two drivers in the same seat.

Our complete, unedited interview with Republican National Committee national spokesperson Liz Harrington and Former Obama economic advisor Robert Wolf.

This Week: The coronavirus pandemic is not over. Texas, Florida, Arizona and California have seen spikes in COVID-19 cases this week. Despite the recent surges...

The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the traditional workplace. Many companies created remote working capabilities for their employees early on in the coronavirus outbreak, and...

Howie Kurtz on critics seeing President Trump heading towards a loss in the election, more areas with rising cases of coronavirus and Joe Biden...