Former Connecticut Senator and United Against Nuclear Iran Chairman Joe Lieberman weighs in on U.S.-Iran relations.
Former Connecticut Senator and United Against Nuclear Iran Chairman Joe Lieberman provides insight into U.S. negotiations with Iran, as well as the Cuba protests.
Amazon continues to sell controversial items on its website even though it violates corporate policy banning "offensive and controversial" materials.
New York gubernatorial candidate Rep. Lee Zeldin reacts to Democrats' response to the Middle East conflict and the rise in anti-Semitic attacks.
William McRaven, retired US Navy four-star admiral and former head of the US Special Operations Command, has a new career on Wall Street.
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman on how President Biden, ‘The Squad’ and Sen. Bernie Sanders have approached the Gaza conflict.
A group of pro-Iran Twitter accounts flooded the platform with “massive surges of unmitigated antisemitism” and disinformation, enough to get it trending, as Israel stepped up military strikes against the Tehran-backed Hamas terrorists in Gaza responsible for launching hundreds of rockets at civilian targets this week, according to a nonprofit, politically neutral research institution.
The Colonial Pipeline attack comes with just five days of fuel supplies.
Latest on the U.S. Capitol lockdown.
Latest on U.S. Capitol lockdown.
John Iannarelli on Capitol threat
'Unmasked' author discusses how Antifa attempted to halt sales of his book
On 'Lou Dobbs Tonight,' civil rights lawyer Leo Terrell says the nomination of the Black Lives Matter movement for a Nobel Peace Prize is 'insulting.'
Music City Suites owner Betsy Williams reflects on the Christmas explosion in Nashville and anticipates a speedy recovery.
Robert O’Neill, the retired Navy SEAL credited with killing terrorist Osama Bin Laden, agreed with the decision for the U.S. military to draw down forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Rob O’Neill on US troops in Afghanistan, Iraq
Rebeccah Heinrichs on coronavirus lockdowns, terrorism
Social media companies are on "high alert" both before and following November's presidential election.
New York City will take much longer to bounce back from the radical policies of Mayor Bill de Blasio than from the devastation of the 9/11 attacks, former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told Fox Business Network's "Cavuto: Coast to Coast" Friday.
Howard W. Lutnick on 9/11, coronavirus