The liberal talk show host questioned Coulter about claims made in her recenlty release book, including one that implies black communities would be better off if immigration problems didn't exist in the U.S.
The former neurosurgeon backtracked on week-long attacks made against Trump, blaming the media for instigating candidates "into gladiator fights."
Smith opined that Davis was putting on a publicity stunt aimed at pushing her Christian beliefs during a live broadcast of Davis' release from prison.
Trump defeated Clinton by a 45 percent to 40 percent margin in a SurveyUSA poll taken earlier this month, signaling a shift in voters' mentalities from when the real estate magnate first announced his candidacy.
The former vice presidential candidate said undocumented immigrants need to be here legally "or you're out of here," adding that "the economy still sucks" under President Obama.
Viewers of Arizona's NBC affiliate are upset with Vanessa Ruiz for the Spanish twist she puts on certain words, though many point out she is pronouncing the words as they're supposed to be said.
The 64-year-old former president was jailed on charges of receiving bribes in exchange for lower import taxes for companies, though his fate remains unclear.
Zoe Saldaña joins other celebrities in the latest public service announcement sponsored by White House. The campaign hopes to end cases of sexual assaults.
With little political experience and a down-to-earth campaign that appeals to conservative voters, Ben Carson has gone from soft-spoken presidential candidate to top-ranking contender.
The Republican presidential candidate says his favorite book is the Bible, though he claims quoting a verse would become too personal.
Ramos defended his journalistic standards by urging reporters to "go the extra mile" in standing up to Trump and others in power.
The Fox News host chided Ramos for his pro-immigration reform stance and compared it to the Black Lives Matters movement.
Ramos spoke with ABC News and Univision Wednesday morning, elaborating on what happened backstage and immigration questions he's wanted to ask Trump.
Latina actress Eva Longoria is offering her advice to President Barack Obama on what he should do after his term as America’s leader ends in 2017.
Speaking on Aug. 16 with Dana Bash during an appearance for CNN’s State of the Union, the former Arkansas governor and devout Catholic Huckabee added that he supports the Paraguay government’s decision to prohibit the young girl from terminating the pregnancy.