Mike Yard sounds off about the implications of an awkward handshake between three world leaders.
President Obama encourages Howard University's black graduates to embrace their racial identity.
A totally radical Muslim weighs in on Ted Cruz's extreme reaction to the terror attacks in Brussels.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
The panelists give their take on Brian Kilmeade's offensive Kool-Aid comment on "Fox & Friends."
Brian Kilmeade serves up a heaping portion of racism during a cooking segment on "Fox & Friends."
Kristen Schaal finds a way to prevent teen girls from "distracting" males with their leggings.
Don't listen to the panelists' terrible advice on how to appear open-minded on social media.
Speaking as conservative analysts, the contestants rebrand super villains as the patriots they are.
Donald Trump has difficulty understanding why offensive comments he made about Mexicans are racist.
Fox News's Pete Hegseth injures a drummer on live TV during a reckless ax-throwing competition.
Larry lays out the U.S.'s ongoing pattern of racist resistance to black people using public pools.
Gretchen Carlson dumbs herself down, and Jon makes a personal appeal to Fox News.
Fox News reporters examine a nonexistent issue, and a truck accident has an unsavory outcome.
Fox News's Eric Bolling argues in favor of torture, and Wolf Blitzer makes the case for ignorance.
Stephen decries the lamestream media's liberal bias.
The first case of Ebola appears in the U.S., and pundits encourage everyone to panic.
President Obama causes an uproar at Fox News after saluting with a coffee cup in his hand.
As ISIS violence continues, Fox News pundits bemoan Obama's unwillingness to rush into war.
"Fox & Friends" investigates the inner complexities of Grumpy Cat.