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Bruce Greenwood on the changing TV landscape, turning up the heat on 'The Resident'

Bruce Greenwood on the changing TV landscape, turning up the heat on 'The Resident'

Veteran actor Bruce Greenwood plays chief surgeon and CEO of Chastain Park Memorial on FOX's Monday night medical drama 'The Resident.'
Kurtz: Why NYT Columnist is Wrong About the Press ‘Redeeming’ Itself

Kurtz: Why NYT Columnist is Wrong About the Press ‘Redeeming’ Itself

Howard Kurtz weighs in on why New York Times columnist Frank Bruni is wrong about the press ‘redeeming’ itself.
Todd Starnes and Andrew McCarthy

Todd Starnes and Andrew McCarthy

Todd Starnes speaks with Andrew McCarthy about the latest developments in the FBI investigation into President Trump.
Sheriff says Washington is caught up on the semantics of what constitutes a border wall and has lost its focus

Sheriff says Washington is caught up on the semantics of what constitutes a border wall and has lost its focus

Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier says what the nation needs is operational control of its borders.
Stars of FOX's 'The Passage' ready for series' television debut

Stars of FOX's 'The Passage' ready for series' television debut

Loosely based on a series of popular sci-fi novels, 'The Passage' revolves around an orphan girl who could stop an ensuing crisis, after a government experiment goes very wrong.
Panties, bras fly from car during nearly 100 mph chase in Indiana, police say

Panties, bras fly from car during nearly 100 mph chase in Indiana, police say

A high-speed chase on an Indiana highway featured a trail of stolen women's underwear, according to police.
Father of man killed by illegal immigrant: You can't compare the loss of a paycheck to the loss of a loved one

Father of man killed by illegal immigrant: You can't compare the loss of a paycheck to the loss of a loved one

Don Rosenberg, cofounder of Fight Sanctuary States, weighs in on the ongoing partial government shutdown over border funding fight.
Air traffic controllers union sues the Trump administration over the partial government shutdown: Do they have a case?

Air traffic controllers union sues the Trump administration over the partial government shutdown: Do they have a case?

National Air Traffic Controllers Association becomes the 4th union to sue over government shutdown pay; reaction and analysis from the 'Fox News @ Night' Night Court.
5 things about passenger airplanes to that you probably didn’t know

5 things about passenger airplanes to that you probably didn’t know

Whether you’re a frequent flier or have only flown on a passenger aircraft once in your life, here are five things to know about passenger planes.
Music industry and fans to celebrate late rock singer Chris Cornell during a star-studded event

Music industry and fans to celebrate late rock singer Chris Cornell during a star-studded event

I Am the Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell concert will feature performances by members of Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog with the Foo Fighters, Metallica and Ryan Adams among those
Todd Starnes and Will Graham

Todd Starnes and Will Graham

Todd Starnes speaks with Will Graham about his book "Redeemed" and the power of faith.
House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to meet with Rep. Steve King over racially insensitive comments

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to meet with Rep. Steve King over racially insensitive comments

Fallout continues over Steve King's racially charged comments to the New York Times; Chad Pergram reports from Capitol Hill.
Nicole Kidman says Rami Malek's awkward Golden Globes moment 'mortified' her

Nicole Kidman says Rami Malek's awkward Golden Globes moment 'mortified' her

Rami Malek wasn't the only one embarrassed when Nicole Kidman swerved his attempts to chat onstage at the 2019 Golden Globes.
Impact of public opinion on shutdown showdown as polls show support for a border wall trending upward

Impact of public opinion on shutdown showdown as polls show support for a border wall trending upward

Republicans and Democrats put their own spin on a pair of recent polls about the government shutdown; insight from Republican pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson, Washington Examiner contributor and
TSA agents feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown rally in Atlanta

TSA agents feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown rally in Atlanta

Nearly 1,200 TSA workers at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport are considered essential employees and must show up to work while not receiving a paycheck.
Wife of American held hostage in Iran says her husband is not a spy, was in the wrong place at the wrong time

Wife of American held hostage in Iran says her husband is not a spy, was in the wrong place at the wrong time

Princeton PhD student Xiyue Wang is a scholar of 19th century central Asian politics who received an academic visa to visit Tehran; national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin reports from the
Secretary Pompeo defends President Trump's threat to devastate Turkey economically if it attacks Kurdish forces in Syria

Secretary Pompeo defends President Trump's threat to devastate Turkey economically if it attacks Kurdish forces in Syria

Turkey's foreign minister says his country is never afraid of threats and strategic partners should not communicate through social media; State Department correspondent Rich Edson reports.
Wife of Princeton Ph.D. student held in Iran insists her husband is not a spy

Wife of Princeton Ph.D. student held in Iran insists her husband is not a spy

Xiyue Wang is serving a 10-year term in Iran's notorious Evin prison and is one of at least four Americans now being in Iran; national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin reports.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Julian Castro announce intentions to run for president, face immediate scrutiny

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Julian Castro announce intentions to run for president, face immediate scrutiny

Two new contenders join Democratic presidential field as former President Obama calls for new blood; Kristin Fisher reports.
Just like us? How intimacy and social media are already shaping the 2020 presidential race

Just like us? How intimacy and social media are already shaping the 2020 presidential race

Online videos can help politicians come across as real and authentic or make them look decidedly uncool; insight from Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz, host of 'MediaBuzz.'