With his new book The Return of George Washington: 1783-1789 (William Morrow, October 2014), Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Edward J. Larson offers a fresh and elegantly...
Jacob Heilbrunn, editor-in-chief of the center-right journal "The National Interest," a publication of the Center for the National Interest, joins James Rosen on "The Foxhole"...
With little more 40 days until voters head to the polls, the 2014 midterm election cycle marks the first in modern history in which Democrats find themselves scrambling to...
Author Darrell M. West discusses his book "Billionaires: Reflections on the Upper Crust" with Fox News' James Rosen.
President Obama is nice to the “little people” – but his wife wishes he were tougher with his political enemies. That's just one of the insights from Ron Kessler's new book,...
U.S. officials are taking a wary view of the disclosure this week that Iran – one of four countries the United States accuses of supporting terrorism – has begun arming the...
A report commissioned by the U.S. Conference of Mayors finds the United States has finally regained all the jobs lost during the so-called Great Recession, which commenced at...
Author Tom Doyle joins Fox News' James Rosen in The Foxhole to discuss his book "Man on the Run: Paul McCartney in the 1970s"
For the business of resignation, there was no road map: no historical precedent for Richard Nixon to model, no pinstriped Wise Men with experience in this realm to consult.
James Rosen and editor Luke Nichter discuss the recordings of President Richard Nixon