Steve Doocy, Tucker Carlson, and Laura Ingraham are among the prominent Fox News hosts desperately trying to defend the administration's shocking new immigration 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.
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.
What began with all smiles on "Fox & Friends" ended with three grim-faced hosts trying to get a word in edgewise, as President Trump, his voice raised and hoarse, blared past any questions they were asking.
He wants to talk about "truth, lies, and leadership," and most of the time he's just forced to say the phrase "pee tape" over and over again.
There aren't many things about Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump that bring a smile to anyone's face, but Monday's latest twist in the tale was an occasion for big grins, high-fives, and hearty guffaws.
Jimmy Kimmel used his monologue Thursday night to address an apparent war he's found himself in with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
The FX Cold War drama is revved up and ready as it starts its final season, humming along at a swift pace, dropping revelations right and left — no political pun intended.
After CNN president Jeff Zucker called Fox News "a pure propaganda machine," Fox News' Tucker Carlson dubbed Zucker "an agent of foreign governments." Sean Hannity called him "the king of porn" for CNN's coverage of Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
A caricature of Sanders sends Fox into paroxysms of pain and hurt feelings that it can use for a 24-hour news cycle: let's call it "weaponized snowflaking."
Fox News's primetime lineup on Wednesday — and replays on Thursday morning's "Fox & Friends" — found ways to deny students all across the country any sense of purpose, intelligence, and activism on National Walkout Day.
President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech was too long and not conciliatory, and he read it slowly and carefully, like the guy who is subbing for the company CEO.
Because of remarks in her new memoir, “Hacks,” that are critical of Hillary Clinton, Brazile is suddenly being lionized as a fearless truth-teller on Fox News.
“This is stuff, I promise you, you can’t get anywhere else,” Hannity crowed at the start of his show. To which we can only say: Thank God.
Fox News hosts excoriated “liberal silence” because late night hosts didn't condemn Weinstein quickly enough. But it was just a matter of timing, Ken Tucker writes. The story broke too late for Thursday night's shows, and they don't tape on Friday. But Colbert, Kimmel, and Meyers had many jokes and much disgust teed up Monday night.
Fox News's revamped nightly lineup will do little to stabilize its wobbling, increasingly directionless schedule, says Ken Tucker.
You think Fox News isn’t worried about recent nights in which MSNBC has beaten Fox’s Tucker Carlson in the ratings? Take a look at what’s been going on at Tucker Carlson Tonight. Fox News is trying to signal to its audience, “See?
Sean Hannity looks at Donald Trump the way a golden retriever gazes at his master, with ardent longing and wet loyalty. The dog had his day on Thursday in an exclusive “Second After David Muir And ABC News” interview on Fox News’s Hannity. When Trump said for the 500th time that the media is “hostile … angry … very dishonest,” Hannity practically fell off his chair in his haste to give his assent: “I said journalism’s dead, so we agree!” (Indeed, Hannity exists weeknights at 10 to prove its host’s assertion.) A bit later, when the president brought up Iran, Sean chattered, “I actually agree with you wholeheartedly about the Iran deal.” Going to a commercial, Hannity said, “Coming up, Donald Trump takes me inside the Oval Office” in a tone that made it sound as though his favorite uncle was about to sneak him onto the big-boy roller coaster.