Appearing on CNBC's "Squawk Box" Wednesday morning, Sen. John McCain ripped liberal filmmaker Michael Moore's comments on "American Sniper," calling them "idiotic" and questioning whether he'd rather revert to "hand-to-hand fighting."
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ISIS is a terrorist group. The Taliban though? Nope. Not at all.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough predicted Hillary Clinton's opponents would have an easy time connecting her with the continuing chaos in the Middle East.
Krauthammer: Biggest Error US Could Make To ‘Lose The Damn War,’ Refuse To Recognize Radical Islam [VIDEO]
Appearing on Fox News Tuesday night, columnist Charles Krauthammer took Secretary of State John Kerry to task over his recent claims that the biggest mistake the U.S. could make is to blame all Muslims for the transgressions of radicals within the religion. Krauthammer told host Bret Baier that, instead, the biggest mistake would be "to lose the damn war" by refusing "to recognize who the enemy is and what it requires."
The January ratings are in, and CNN is really happy with themselves.
Appearing before the House Budget Committee, Congressional Budget Office director Douglas Elmendorf testified Tuesday morning that the nation's debt will exceed 100 percent of GDP within 25 years, and continue a precipitous rise from there. Elmendorf called the rise a "trend that could not be sustained" and one that will eventually bring "the risk of a fiscal crisis."
George Will Hits White House: ‘Quickest Way To Lose A War’ To Say It Can Be Won ‘From The Air’ [VIDEO]
Appearing on "Special Report" Monday night, syndicated columnist George Will took aim at the White House focus on drone and air attacks, telling host Bret Baier that the "quickest way to lose a war" is to say it can be won "from the air."
Two days have passed and the praise for Scott Walker's Saturday speech in Iowa continue to pour in.
Continuing his assault against reforms to the U.S. immigration system, Sen. Jeff Sessions lashed out at Rep. Michael McCaul's border security proposal.
With foreign policy burning up the front pages, Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz foreshadowed a potential 2016 Republican primary debate, going toe-to-toe with Sen. Rand Paul at a summit in California Sunday night.
‘Come On’: Chuck Todd Scolds Cable News For Patriots Coverage When ‘Yemen Is Actually On Fire’ [AUDIO]
"Meet The Press" moderator Chuck Todd slammed cable news Friday night for its incessant coverage of the New England Patriots' "deflate-gate" while the situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace said the White House was "flabbergasted" when it learned House Speaker John Boehner had invited Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before Congress.
Fox News' Howard Kurtz and Megyn Kelly panned President Barack Obama's YouTube interview Thursday evening, with the host of "Mediabuzz" calling it "beneath the dignity of the office."
During his Thursday press conference in which he denied any involvement, responsibility or knowledge, Tom Brady downplayed the importance of deflate-gate, saying "this isn't ISIS" and that "no one is dying."
Following news that the Yemeni government resigned amid conflict with the country's rebels, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki was grilled by reporters who questioned why "anarchy is not enough" of a reason for the U.S. to close their embassy in Yemen.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough panned President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Thursday morning, calling it "all showbiz" and that the speech shows "he can do no more."
In a Wednesday New York Times profile on Fox News host Megyn Kelly, Fox head Roger Ailes lauded his leading primetime anchor, remarking that "she may be bigger than anybody" when all is said and done in the news industry.
In a Tuesday appearance on conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt's show, former Sen. Rick Santorum lamented that it is "very difficult to listen" to Pope Francis from time to time. The former GOP candidate was responding to Pope Francis's remark that Catholics shouldn't be procreating like rabbits.
Appearing on "Morning Joe" in support of the president's State of the Union agenda, White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett took heat from former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on leading by example on equal pay for women.