Will Tuesday’s primaries (especially in California) break Democrats’ hearts or leave Republicans in tears?

close Video Democrats, Republicans have math problem in California California's jungle primary format opens possibilities for November; Peter Doocy reports from San Diego. The battle for control of the U.S. House of Representatives began in earnest Tuesday as voters in California – America’s most populous state – joined voters in seven others states to cast […]

What D-Day teaches us about prayer

FILE — People walk on the beach where remnants of the artificial port of Arromanches, still stand in western France. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) As we mark the 74th anniversary of D-Day Wednesday – a pivotal day when Allied forces landed in France to begin the liberation of Europe from the Nazis in World War II […]

D-Day remembered: The day we knew we were going to win

close Video Veterans and families remember D-Day Greg Palkot reports from London Editor’s note: The following article originally ran in Fox News Opinion on June 6, 2016. The United States faces daunting international challenges. Uncertain strategic objectives, questionable alliances, and fuzzy policy goals make it seem as though we are spread too thin everywhere to […]

Doug Schoen: Democrats California Dreamin’ of a big blue wave watch as it crashes up against reality

close Video Why California could be key to balance of power in Congress Senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram joins 'Fox News @ Night' to explain the Golden State's significance to November's midterms. The blue wave failed to materialize in California’s “jungle primary” Tuesday, where candidates of all parties competed against each other and the […]