Donald Trump throws a tantrum when Fox News reveals that Megyn Kelly will moderate a GOP debate.
The panelists discuss President Obama's performance at home and abroad during his terms in office.
"How to Be Right" author Greg Gutfeld unpacks Donald Trump's political appeal.
Fox News's Greg Gutfeld chats about arguing with liberals in his book "How to Be Right."
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
Fox News pundits accuse President Obama of shedding fake tears for victims of gun violence.
In President Obama's attempt to end gun violence, he bypasses Congress on firearm legislation.
Fox News encourages the GOP presidential hopefuls to share their New Year's resolutions.
Michelle Obama raps about the importance of college, bringing a right-wing nightmare to life.
The comedians explain how they would get axed from Fox News.
President Obama vows to take down ISIS after a domestic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, CA.
A mass shooting in California is the latest addition to a nauseating pattern of gun violence.
Brian Kilmeade serves up a heaping portion of racism during a cooking segment on "Fox & Friends."
Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina find creative ways to blame liberals for the Planned Parenthood shooting.
The gunman behind the Planned Parenthood shooting refers to a right-wing rumor about "baby parts."
The panelists examine the relationship between anti-abortion rhetoric and domestic terrorism.
The panelists give their take on Brian Kilmeade's offensive Kool-Aid comment on "Fox & Friends."
Phil Hanley explains why he got his green card the old-fashioned way.
Larry tackles Fox News's fear-mongering with the help of his favorite grain-based casual eatery.
Speaking as conservative analysts, the contestants rebrand super villains as the patriots they are.