• March for Life president reflects on Trump's support

  • How the markets have changed since Trump's inauguration

  • Rep. Doug Collins on efforts to get the government funded

  • President Trump's first year in office: A look back

  • Reps. Walters and Stivers on funding negotiations

  • Bret Baier on the impact of a government shutdown

  • Vegas police say no motive discovered in mass shooting

  • Rob Reiner talks his investigation into Russia

  • Reps. Duffy and Stewart call for FISA memo to be made public

  • Gregg Jarrett: FISA memo could describe felonies

  • Kellyanne Conway: Democrats are on the wrong side of history

  • Sen. Lankford: Trump sent Schumer and his demands away

  • Jorge Ramos: A wall would be completely useless

  • Donald Trump, Jr.: Reports about FISA abuses 'troubling'

  • Gaetz: America people should know about alleged FISA abuses

  • Tucker: Calif. is challenging integrity of the union

  • DNC chairman says the GOP is to blame for funding turmoil

  • Sean Spicer opens up about his time at the White House

  • Rep. Jim Jordan: American people need to see FISA memo

  • Mick Mulvaney: If anyone wants a shutdown, it's the Dems

  • Sen. Cotton: Gov't shouldn't shut down over Dems' demands

  • Notable Quotables: 1/19/18

  • Heartland supporters grade President Trump's performance

  • Whatever happened to Americans held hostage overseas?

  • Russian lawyer says the dossier is filled with dirty rumors

  • Trump waits for Senate action on short-term funding

  • Funding battle heats up in Senate ahead of shutdown deadline

  • California bullet train cost hiked by billions of dollars

  • President Trump makes history at 45th March for Life

  • 'The Five' break down the shutdown blame game

  • Mulvaney shuts down Acosta over 'Schumer shutdown' question

  • Art Laffer: Eliminating state tax deductions will empty NJ

  • Sen. Grassley: Not possible to get DACA deal done tonight

  • Bussey: Trump is key player to watch in shutdown showdown

  • Chris Wallace: A government shutdown 'could last a while'

  • Preliminary investigative report on Vegas massacre released

  • DOJ to retry Sen. Menendez on bribery, corruption charges

  • Sen. Tom Cotton: We shouldn't deprive Americans of services

  • No apologies: 'The Resident' stars on gritty new drama

  • Sen. Chris Coons: Democrats don't want a shutdown

  • Schumer on Trump meeting: We made some progress

  • Why would Dems oppose release of surveillance abuse memo?

  • Sen. Rounds: Short-term CR is better than having a shutdown

  • Police rescue driver submerged in icy waters

  • Tide Pod challenge: What is it?

  • Grammy Awards to honor victims of violence

  • Judge denies Dr. Nassar's request to end impact statements

  • Rep. Black on March for Life message: A baby is a life

  • Thune hopes Trump 'can talk some sense' into Sen. Schumer

  • U2 releases music video with KKK marching on the White House

  • Trump: We will always defend the right to life

  • Harf on shutdown showdown: Both sides need to compromise

  • Aly Raisman to Dr. Larry Nassar: 'You are nothing'

  • Mattis discusses government shutdown impact on military

  • Collins: Up to Schumer whether the government shuts down

  • White House: Trump trying to broker deal to avoid shutdown

  • Kim Kardashian slams Lamar Odom after dig at sister Khloe

  • Mulvaney: Democrats are opposing a bill they don't oppose

  • Trump to address Friday's March for Life rally via satellite

  • Fox source: Expect a shutdown over the weekend