The morning show dedicated an entire segment to the country singer's use of a swear word while speaking out about gun violence at Lollapalooza.
Brian Kilmeade called the president a "bold businessman" and insisted “nothing" about the New York Times report should surprise people.
But an NFL player told the host he agrees with the ad's progressive messaging.
A Fox contributor says new guidelines for treating men and boys have "nothing to do with science." The American Psychological Association says otherwise.
Meanwhile, thousands of federal employees have been left without pay as the shutdown hits its 12th day.
"The Daily Show" comedian zinged the Fox host for caring more about "fun" than election accuracy.
Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt said Trump "feels bad" for his former campaign manager.
Japan has never been a communist country, Ainsley Earhardt.
A tale of Trump tweets, Dean Cain and an emoji cheeseburger.
"Party's over," "Fox & Friends" hosts said in response to Trump's plan to roll back protections for detained immigrants.
"Now is not the time for us to be divisive."
"Once you start though, women, you've got to continue it," she said. "So, if you start that in the dating, you've got to
Bolling wondered why the network only aired about 15 minutes of the interview. "I find it interesting that '60 Minutes' played
Everyone from Scooby Doo to Princess Fiona to Elvis had a tail-wagging good time at Animal Fair's 9th Annual Howloween Costume Party, which benefited the Humane Society of New York.
WATCH URI MAN'S APPEARANCE ON BRAVO'S "MILLIONAIRE MATCHMAKER" Appearing on Fox News, financial analyst Uri Man seemed to