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Topic - Greta Van Susteren
President Obama's comment that the Washington Redskins should consider changing their name to avoid offending Native Americans has generated much discussion, both pro and con.
The Obama administration will continue to pressure Russia to send back fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden, despite deteriorating relations between the two nations that resulted in President Obama canceling a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It's time to take off the kid gloves and start going toe-to-toe with Russian President Vladimir Putin, said former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, during an appearance on Fox News.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh, in a rare television appearance Tuesday with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren, said it's clear the Republican Party wants nothing to do with tea partiers.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, said Friday on Fox News that "attempts to destroy the whistleblowers" within the John McCain campaign meant that she was banned from talking about Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright during the 2008 presidential election campaign.
Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Megyn Kelly will soon move into prime time, and the palace intrigue about who — if anyone — she will displace on cable news’ most popular and stable lineup begins.
Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly says she’s offended by a male colleague’s suggestion that children of working mothers don’t do as well as those of stay-at-home moms.
Witnesses to the attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, will testify next week at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, Rep. Trey Gowdy, South Carolina Republican, said.
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Fox News Channel is parting ways with former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, ending her three-year tenure as a contributor on the network.
The State Department confirmed late Wednesday that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will meet in New York on Thursday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after he delivers a speech to the U.N. General Assembly likely to focus heavily on the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran.
Members of the Washington press corps let their hair down and enjoyed laughs with their sources and numerous celebrities, including canine star Uggie, on Saturday night at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
Political consultant Dick Morris recently disclosed on Fox News Channel that some of the Republican presidential candidates that he talks about on the air have paid for advertisements in a newsletter he sends out to subscribers.
She wrote: "Apparently, President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies — which happens to be the media's job."
Ms. van Susteren blasted back: "Apparently, President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies — which happens to be the media's job," she wrote.