Megyn Kelly says it's "stomach-turning" that people protested at Tucker Carlson's house.
The United States may remain divided, but Jimmy Kimmel won Tuesday’s late-night war with ease.
Laura Ingraham, Fox News, and even Stephen Colbert trolled Taylor Swift after the Senate candidate she endorsed lost.
Fox News is inspiring its audience to hasten out to their polling places, even as CNN and MSNBC continue to put one smug commentator after another on-camera predicting a Democratic landslide.
On Thursday’s The Ingraham Angle, host Laura Ingraham took issue with the speech Oprah Winfrey gave while campaigning in support of Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
“The anti-religiosity in this country, that is somehow in vogue and funny to make fun of anybody of faith, to constantly be making fun of people who express religion, the late-night comedians, the unfunny people on TV shows, it’s always anti-religious,” Conway said on "Fox & Friends."
Filmmaker Michael Moore has issued a statement regarding Cesar Sayoc Jr., who on Friday in Florida was arrested in connection with a series of mail bombs sent to CNN and several prominent Democrats this week. Sayoc, had a picture of Moore with crosshairs over Moore’s face pasted to the side of his van.
Twitter users are replying by the thousands to point out that actors play plenty of characters with values that don't align with their own beliefs.
Malcolm McDowell has been tapped to play News Corp Chairman Rupert Murdoch in Annapurna’s upcoming drama about disgraced former Fox News chief Roger Ailes and the women who brought him down.
“Saturday Night Live” returned for another season of reminding us about the uselessness of political humor in these times. Alas, the one “SNL” performance worth seeing took place after the show went off the air.
While millions of TV viewers were doubtless moved by Christine Blasey Ford’s Senate testimony on Thursday, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s angry, loud, aggressive defense of himself will probably prove more effective.
Kevin Jackson has been terminated as a Fox News contributor following a series of tweets in which he referred to Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers as “lying skanks” as the Kavanaugh hearing played out Thursday. “Kevin Jackson has been terminated as a contributor. His comments on today’s hearings were reprehensible and do not […]
UPDATED to note Kevin Jackson has been terminated: Fox News has fired contributor Kevin Jackson after he launched a scathing Twitter rant Thursday in which he used crude language to attack the credibility of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers, calling them “lying skanks.” The news network condemned the remarks as “reprehensible” and that Jackson has been terminated. “His comments on today's hearings were reprehensible and do not reflect the values of Fox News,” the network…
After months of trading barbs both online and on TV, Michael Avenatti joined Tucker Carlson so they could insult each other in person.
The vocal Trump supporter was describing an interaction he had with a fellow conservative when he got teary-eyed.
A guest on "Fox & Friends" argues that instead of picking Colin Kaepernick for the face of its new campaign, Nike should have "put Jesus on there.”
A longtime Fox News reporter has criticised his own network over their coverage of the death of Mollie Tibbetts, a college student who was allegedly murdered by an undocumented immigrant in an Iowa cornfield last month. Ms Tibbetts’ death has ignited a fierce political debate in the US, with Republicans like President Donald Trump claiming it proves the need for stricter border control. Others, including Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera, say the case has been used to stereotype undocumented immigrants as violent criminals.