Attorney General Jeff Sessions responds to President Trump's comments in the New York Times.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday brushed off sharp criticism from President Donald Trump, saying he loved his job and planned to continue serving.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) discusses Republican efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney on the Republican House budget proposal and efforts to achieve tax and health care reform.
Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie on the Pentagon's concerns over Turkey leaking information on locations of U.S. military posts in Syria and President Trump's travel ban executive order.
Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President George W. Bush, on President Trump's comments on Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the investigation into allegations of ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
While President Donald Trump, marking the end of his first 6 months in office Thursday, works toward his first major legislative victories with health care and tax reform, another campaign promise has more quietly come to fruition: deregulation.
A few thoughts now on secret meetings and the private interactions taking place between important world leaders.
'The Blaze' host Lawrence Jones and Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York on the Republicans struggle to pass a health care bill.
FBN's Lou Dobbs on former President Obama's meetings with Russian officials.
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, on the president's meeting with Senate Republicans over health care legislation.
Institute for Justice attorney Robert Johnson and National Sheriffs Association President Sheriff Harold Eavenson on Attorney General Jeff Sessions expanding the civil asset forfeiture program.
Club for Growth President David McIntosh, GOP strategist Ford O' Connell and Peter Morici, economist at the University of Maryland, discuss the CBO's report on ObamaCare repeal bill and President Trump's meeting with Republicans over health care reform.
The Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday 17 million additional people will lose health insurance coverage in 2018 if Republicans repeal ObamaCare without replacing it.
While the United States on Wednesday set a final date to begin NAFTA renegotiation discussions next month, ongoing trade talks with China have been presenting some more immediate economic obstacles.
Former Assistant Secretary of State, Bob Hormats, on the U.S. trade deficit with China and how trade imbalances can be resolved.
Tom Schatz, Citizens against Government Waste President, on the millions of dollars wasted on useless government programs.
FOX News contributor Karl Rove on the Senate's vote next week to repeal ObamaCare and how health care affects tax reform.
Lawmakers said Wednesday they are looking into a funding solution for the Department of Veterans Affairs Choice Program, which is at risk of going bankrupt before the end of the fiscal year unless Congress takes prompt action.
Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, Family & Emergency Medicine doctor, explains why President Trump is committed in to improving health care for everyone.