Sen. Elizabeth Warren throws her progressive clout behind Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
A totally radical Muslim weighs in on Ted Cruz's extreme reaction to the terror attacks in Brussels.
The comedians discuss what makes hoverboards so dangerous and Donald Trump's own version of history.
Gretchen Carlson dumbs herself down, and Jon makes a personal appeal to Fox News.
Texas country singer Larry Gatlin performs a song defending his home state on Fox News.
Fox News reporters examine a nonexistent issue, and a truck accident has an unsavory outcome.
Cable news pundits report on the elections with the aid of high-tech, attention-grabbing gadgets.
Organizers of New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade lift the long-standing ban on gay groups.
As ISIS violence continues, Fox News pundits bemoan Obama's unwillingness to rush into war.
"Fox & Friends" investigates the inner complexities of Grumpy Cat.
Steve Doocy describes the recording habits of outspoken racist Donald Sterling.
Critics blast the Obama administration for its proposal to cut the military budget.
Donald Trump and Fox News pundits find colorful ways to dispute the validity of global warming.
Obama focuses on economic equality, and Pope Francis faces backlash from wealthy donors.
Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy delves into Affordable Care Act stats.
Bros speak out against Obamacare.
Steve Doocy celebrates Halloween.
Steve Doocy says goodbye to his old couch.
"Fox & Friends" weighs in on the Rolling Stone magazine cover controversy.
The Obama administration battens down the hatches against a storm of potential scandals.