Cops are grilling a man they believe hurled anti-Muslim barbs and spit on a woman in Brooklyn, police sources said Tuesday.
Things got heated between White House press secretary Josh Earnest and "Fox & Friends" co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck during a Wednesday-morning interview. Hasselbeck grilled Earnest on an statement made by his boss, President Barack Obama,...Show More Summary
On Wednesday’s Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck pressed White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest over language used by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama following last week’s ISIS terrorist attack in Paris...
Ted Cruz and Ben Carson have been attacking the debate process primarily because they believe they are scoring political points over it, but they are losing in the overall narrative they suggest. Megyn Kelly grilled Ted Cruz' preposterous...Show More Summary
When video snippets of Hillary Clinton’s being grilled at a congressional hearing about the 2012 militant attack in Benghazi, Libya, appeared on my Facebook and Twitter news feeds, I immediately thought that it was an old story that had resurfaced.
Megyn Kelly interviewed Jeb Bush on her show last night, and she did not let him off the hook for his defense of George W. Bush against Donald Trump's assertions that he bears part of the blame for 9/11
Clinton says she tried to "rise above partisanships and reach for statesmanship" in her testimony before a Republican-led congressional committee investigating Clinton's handling of the 2012 deadly attacks in Libya.
TOP STORIES HILLARY CLINTON COOLHEADED AFTER 11-HOUR BENGHAZI GRILLING "Hillary Clinton maintained a calm, unruffled demeanor for 11 hours Thursday, as Republican after Republican grilled her in relation to the 2012 terrorist attackShow More Summary
An 11-hour congressional hearing of her response to the Benghazi attacks and her use of a private email is not enough to mar former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. On Thursday, Republican lawmakers grilled...Show More Summary
It was the one moment of levity in the long, serious political grilling of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over the deadly 2012 attacks at a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Grilled for 11 hours on Capitol Hill, Clinton is the focus of GOP ire over the attacks. But the attackers alleged leader, jailed in D.C., barely rated a mention Thursday.
Rep. Jim Jordan continued to drill Hillary Clinton with questions regarding how and why she didn't change the public narrative of the story to reflect the discovery that it was a planned terror attack.
Fresh partisan jabs, but few new details offered as US presidential contender grilled on 2012 deaths of four Americans.
The former secretary of state is being grilled by the House Select Committee over what she knew about the 2012 attack.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is currently facing hours of grilling and questions from the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which is tasked with investigating the terror attacks against the US diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012. Show More Summary
The first Republican to grill Hillary Clinton at Thursday's House Benghazi committee hearing did not ask about the attack at the US diplomatic compound or about problems of security there. Instead, he tried to establish another talking...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is set to face an hours-long grilling Thursday before the House Select Committee investigating the 2012 terror attacks on the US diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya. Clinton's testimony, set to begin at 10 a.m. Show More Summary
Hours before lawmakers were expected to grill Hillary Clinton about the September 11, 2012 attack on the Benghazi consulate, Clinton's campaign site screwed up the name of one of the victims.
From the Archive: More than three years after the Benghazi attack, which claimed the lives of four Americans, Republicans again are grilling former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the hyper-politicized inquiry that has obscured the more complex reality of what happened, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar observed in 2013. By Paul R. Pillar…
During his appearance on State of the Union, Jeb Bush got grilled by Jake Tapper as to how he can defend George W. Bush against Donald Trump's comments about 9/11, while also going Hillary Clinton for the Benghazi terrorist attacks.