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Past articles by Gregg:

Trump calls for re-run of 'total disaster' NY congressional race amid mail-in ballot problems

Speaking at a relatively subdued White House press conference on Monday, President Trump urged New York to re-run its June 23 primary election in New York's 12th Congressional District, which still hasn't produced a winner as thousands of mail-in ballots have been tossed or remain uncounted. → Read More

Trump announces government 'must' again seek death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber

President Trump announced Sunday that the U.S. government will again pursue the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, after a federal appeals court Friday threw out the death sentence because the judge who oversaw the case did not adequately screen jurors for potential biases. → Read More

Pelosi announces she has 'no confidence' in top White House coronavirus adviser Deborah Birx

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared Sunday that she has "no confidence" in top White House coronavirus adviser Deborah Birx, just days after Pelosi reportedly called Birx "the worst" and said the White House coronavirus team was in "horrible hands." → Read More

Trump defends tweet on possible Election Day delay at contentious press conference

Claiming at Thursday's White House briefing that the 2020 elections could be "fixed" and "rigged," President Trump again highlighted the risks of nationwide, universal mail-in balloting in stark terms -- including by citing news articles and experts who have raised similar concerns. → Read More

Senate votes to begin debate on new stimulus measure, as unemployment benefit lapses

The Senate voted 47-42 to begin debate on a House-passed coronavirus stimulus bill next week, in a procedural move that makes it easier to reach a potential compromise next week that would extend the bonus unemployment benefit while talks on a broader relief measure grind on. → Read More

Cruz accuses Democrats of coordinated effort to keep schools, businesses closed to hurt Trump

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz accused Democrats of deliberately seeking to extend coronavirus lockdowns of businesses and schools so that President Trump suffers politically ahead of the presidential election. → Read More

Pompeo announces end of 'blind engagement' with communist China: 'Distrust but verify'

Declaring at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library that "the old paradigm of blind engagement with China has failed," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday announced a new approach toward the Chinese Communist Party (CCP): "Distrust but verify." → Read More

China harboring military-linked biologist fugitive at San Francisco consulate, FBI says

The Chinese consulate in San Francisco is harboring a biology researcher who falsely denied connections to the Chinese military to obtain a visa, according to court documents. → Read More

Clinton offers new theory for Roger Stone commutation, says Russia is coming again

Hillary Clinton said on MSNBC's "Reidout" Monday night that President Trump had commuted ex-adviser Roger Stone's sentence "to basically shut up Roger Stone so that Roger Stone would not spill any more beans about what actually happened and what Donald Trump actually knew." → Read More

Meadows signals imminent indictments in Durham probe: 'It's time for people to go to jail'

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that it's "time for people to go to jail" as part of U.S. Attorney John Durham's probe into FBI misconduct -- prompting ex-Trump aide George Papadopoulos to sound a celebratory note on Twitter. → Read More

Biden campaign staffer mocked cops as worse than 'pigs,' called for defunding police

A supervising video producer for Joe Biden's presidential campaign tweeted a meme in June that urged people to stop calling the police "pigs" -- but only because unlike the police, pigs are "highly intelligent and empathetic animals who would never racially profile you." → Read More

Trump replaces campaign manager Brad Parscale, as polls show Biden ahead

President Trump is replacing campaign manager Brad Parscale with veteran GOP operative Bill Stepien, as more polls show rival Joe Biden opening up a big lead. → Read More

Ex-spy Christopher Steele ordered to pay damages over 'inaccurate' dossier claims

British ex-spy Christopher Steele must pay damages to two Alfa Bank partners for publishing "inaccurate or misleading" material in his infamous dossier, including claims the banks funneled "illicit cash" to Russian President Vladimir Putin, a British court ruled Wednesday. → Read More

Biden-founded law firm, as well as a company tied to Pelosi, received PPP funds, docs show

A prominent Delaware law firm founded by Joe Biden received a Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan for between $150,000 and $350,000, records reviewed by Fox News show. → Read More

Anti-police demonstrations may have sparked new coronavirus cases, some cities now acknowledge

Several big-city mayors and top officials are acknowledging that weeks of anti-police protests and riots may have contributed to surging coronavirus rates. → Read More

Hydroxychloroquine helped save coronavirus patients, study shows; Trump campaign hails 'fantastic news'

Researchers at the Henry Ford Health System in Southeast Michigan have found that early administration of the drug hydroxychloroquine makes hospitalized patients substantially less likely to die -- a finding that conservatives say validates President Trump's early statements on the drug, even as various media outlets mocked him for suggesting the treatment might be effective. → Read More

DeSantis: Florida 'not going back' on coronavirus reopening, despite new case surge

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday that the state will not reimpose sweeping shutdowns amid rising coronavirus infections, saying that going back to lockdowns would cripple the economy without saving lives. → Read More

Wray reveals FBI 'looking carefully' at foreign interference in protests following George Floyd's death

The FBI is "looking carefully" at the possibility that foreign actors are influencing the sometimes-violent nationwide protests in the wake of George Floyd's in-custody death, FBI Director Christopher Wray exclusively told Fox News' Bret Baier on Wednesday. → Read More

Pelosi says Republicans 'trying to get away with murder' of George Floyd

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asserted in an interview Tuesday that Republicans are "trying to get away with murder, actually -- the murder of George Floyd" -- marking a dramatic escalation in rhetoric as the Democratic-controlled House prepares to pass its police reform package. → Read More

Jimmy Kimmel used 'N-word' in imitation Snoop song in 1996, impersonated comic George Wallace in 2013: audio

EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Kimmel, who urged actor Tom Arnold to release an alleged "N-word" tape of President Trump in 2018, admitted years ago that he imitated rapper Snoop Dogg's voice for a track in a 1996 Christmas album -- an original song in which Kimmel used the "N-word" several times. → Read More