South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham on the border crisis and his plan to draft immigration legislation.
A winning ticket for the $768.4 million Powerball jackpot was sold in Wisconsin, lottery officials confirmed early Thursday morning.
Record flooding in the midwest causes loss of life, property damage as people are forced to evacuate
Union workers rally in support of their now unemployed colleagues as Lordstown, OH GM plant idles to a stop, rolling the final Chevrolet Cruzes off the assembly line.
Sen. Graham makes predictions on what will happen with the resolution to block Trump’s emergency declaration
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says he believes Republicans will stand with the president to sustain a veto on a resolution to block Trump’s national emergency declaration.
White House National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow weighs in on the state of the economy.
A Florida man received a $980,000 refund check by mistake from the IRS.
Sen. Graham says Democrats are willing to give more funding for the wall in exchange for less ICE detention beds
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says President Trump will not sign a bill that includes less bed space for ICE detention facilities for violent offenders.
Michigan Democrat Rep. Dan Kildee says Democrats will support a physical barrier on the southern border where experts say it makes sense.
Louisiana Republican Rep. Steve Scalise says he is hopeful that a new border security deal will include funding for the wall.
Missing Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs has reportedly been found after fleeing her captor and flagging down a dog walker. A suspect has also been arrested.
Economist Mohamed El-Erian on talk of recession amid strong holiday sales and concerns over the future of the Fed chair.
Cardinal Dolan: The Catholic church has been in a season of darkness as we deal with this sexual abuse scandal
Arch Bishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan weighs in on the reforms the Catholic church is making.
Ohio Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan weighs in on Congress’ ability to pass health care legislation.
Alaska's congressional delegation holds press conference on 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Anchorage.
On 'The Daily Briefing,' former chair of the Federal Reserve says the deficit is the most serious thing facing the U.S.
Farmers feel sting from new tariffs as China cuts back on nearly 75 percent of U.S. soybeans purchases.
Neil Cavuto reflects on the ten-year anniversary of a major U.S. financial crisis.
More and more companies are scrapping college degree requirements for jobs in favor of candidates with experience in non-traditional education.
Sons of missing U.S. Korean War soldier on getting their father's dog tag.