It's Whoopi Goldberg versus Jeanine Pirro, round two. Following Thursday's blowup at “The View,” Goldberg and Pirro went to their TV homes — ABC and Fox News, respectively — to rehash what transpired on the talk show.
While President Trump's performance drew widespread condemnation, the corporate lips of Fox News remain affixed to Trump’s backside.
Hundreds of people gathered on the steps of the United States Supreme Court on Monday night to protest President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, and Fox News’ Shannon Bream canceled a live show because she said she didn’t feel it was safe. “Literally had to bail on our live show from #SCOTUS. See y’all at 11p,” Bream wrote.
Some people are criticizing Fox News for checking the ideology of Annapolis's Capital Gazette while covering the mass shooting there on Thursday.
A new GOP attack ad stokes the culture war by featuring a who's-who of the right's favorite boogeymen (and -women), including Kathy Griffin, Michael Moore, Samantha Bee, and Michelle Wolf.
During her show, Fox News host Laura Ingraham lightheartedly brushed off criticism of the first lady's choice of jacket, calling the media’s coverage “mean girl treatment.”
President Trump felt a need to be loved again, so he did what he always does when he needs love — he left his house and did a campaign rally.
Judd Apatow has made the connection between Fox News, Fox’s entertainment division, the Rupert Murdoch family that owns 21st Century Fox, and their unceasing support of everything Trump says and does.
The war of words over President Trump’s immigrant crackdown just took a nasty turn: Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski dismissed reports about an immigrant girl with Down syndrome being separated from her mother with a mocking “womp-womp” during an appearance on Fox News. The heated exchange with Democratic strategist Zac Petkanas occurred Tuesday during The Story […]
"Family Guy" mastermind calls on other Fox-based producers to call out the in-house news network's unapologetic support of controversial policy.
Always less a newsman than a cheerleader, Sean Hannity was buying everything the salesman in chief was peddling about his trip to meet the dictator.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's cancellation of the Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the White House (all times local):
There's great irony in Trump crying double standard over Samantha Bee's use of a vulgar word.
Every one of Fox News’ primetime shows on Wednesday night did segments on Roseanne Barr and ABC’s cancellation of "Roseanne." And each of them tried to build a pro-Roseanne case.
President Trump gave another interview to "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning and once again made extreme, inflammatory statements, this time about NFL players who decline to stand for the national anthem.
The acclaimed series "Murphy Brown" is back, targeting President Trump: “We’re taking on this world of alternative facts and fake news.”
It’s obvious that Donald Trump has created an atmosphere in which anyone can say any appalling thing anyone wants, without fear of reprisal.
While President Trump is constantly labeling CNN, the Washington Post, and other outlets “fake news,” he seems to have a sweet spot for Fox News. And according to a New York Magazine report, Trump’s relationship with Fox News runs deeper than tweets.
Donald Glover's striking short film "This Is America" is like an entire season of Glover’s FX show "Atlanta" compressed into a four-minute video.