Rep. Peter Sessions (R-TX) weighs in on why there's a rush by the immigration office to swear in new citizens by fiscal year 2016.
Weekly Standard Executive Editor Fred Barnes weighs in on the government rush to grant citizenship to immigrants.
Fox News Military Analyst Gen. Jack Keane weighs in on the U.S. troop surge to Iraq and the military faceoff between India and Pakistan.
Steve Hayes of The Weekly Standard discusses President Obama's attempt to close Gitmo and how it puts American lives in danger.
FBN's Peter Barnes on reports the U.S. government is lacking the proper records to prevent immigration identity fraud.
One of four American hostages released from Iran in January shared his disbelief of Rouhani’s annual United Nations General Assembly speech during an interview with FOX Business Network’s Trish Regan.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would impose a 65% tax on the largest estates and make it harder for wealthy households to pass appreciated assets to their heirs without paying taxes, according to an updated version of her tax plan released Thursday.
FBN's Stuart Varney on President Obama's policy and presidency.
The polls are narrowing in key states for both Clinton and Trump.
South Carolina joined 20 other U.S. states in filing a lawsuit against the Labor Department on Tuesday concerning the new overtime pay rule.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson weighs in on the 21 states suing the Obama Administration's new overtime-pay rule.
National Review's Deroy Murdock reacts to President Obama defending his presidential legacy.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) weighs in on the shrinking middle class and the Wells Fargo CEO hearing.
Car companies say the new policy strikes a balance between safety and fast-moving technological developments
Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland discusses the Obama Administration's foreign policy.
President Obama delivering his eighth and final address to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, at a time when many are questioning the efficacy of his foreign policy initiatives.
Half of likely voters think the country is in such deep trouble that a completely different kind of leader is needed to come in and shake things up.
Former U.S. Trade Representative Amb. Ron Kirk on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and U.S. trade.
The presidential race is tight.
Republican Donald Trump on Thursday called for a U.S. goal of 4 percent annual economic growth, saying his plans to cut taxes, eliminate regulations and revamp U.S. trade policy would create 25 million new jobs over a decade.