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.
On Monday, Kelly took a pause in her morning proceedings for "a word about Jane Fonda, who appears to be fixated on an exchange I had with her months ago."
On Monday's "Megyn Kelly Today" the journalist defended her interview with the 80-year-old star.
NBC News said it would stand by two senior producers of its “Megyn Kelly Today” after a writer on the program made allegations about the way they treated staffers on the program. An email from Kevin Bleyer, said to be a temporary staffer on the NBC morning program, surfaced late Thursday detailing various ways he […]
During a lively interview with “Grace and Frankie” co-stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, Hoda Kotb asked a simple question: “How long have you two been friends?”
Another woman accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct stepped forward on Tuesday to tell her story on television. Melinda McGillivray told “Megyn Kelly Today” that the president grabbed her rear end in 2003 while she was at Mar-a-Lago for a concert. “The next thing you know, I feel a grab on my right side,” said McGillivray, who accused Trump of groping her while she was backstage with singer Ray Charles.
“Certain people in Hollywood are people to avoid, privately. You know what you're getting into if you go to a hotel room alone,” Pamela Anderson said in an interview with Megyn Kelly.
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.
With its episode about sexual harassment, 'Great News' provides a glowing example of the way art can triumph over life, says Ken Tucker.
On Tuesday, Kelly cut off legendary journalist and longtime NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, who was part of a panel there to talk about the shooting in Las Vegas, during a Q&A segment with the audience.
Week one of Megyn Kelly’s very own hour of the "Today" show is in the books, and naturally there were some first-week gaffes. So, naturally, we want to take a look back at those.
The former FOX News staple, Megyn Kelly, had her hands full with the head man in Russian for the past 17 years.
Since November 2015, Tomi Lahren has been pushing buttons on the Blaze, but that partnership is no more. According to the New York Post, she has been “banned permanently” from Glenn Beck’s conservative news network.
Megyn Kelly announced her departure from Fox News on Monday night, saying on The Kelly File that she’s pleased to join “the journalists at NBC … who I greatly admire.” (Hey, how do Fox News fans feel about that ringing endorsement for the corporate home of Rachel Maddow and Matt Lauer — a place Fox spends so much time deriding?) And on Thursday morning, the channel announced her replacement: Tucker Carlson, the Prince of Preppiness, whose 7 p.m. ambush-o-rama, Tucker Carlson Tonight, has been an immediate attention-grabber since it started in November. Common consensus was that Fox was looking for an in-house woman to occupy Kelly’s spot in primetime.
Tuesday night was the season premiere of Fixer Upper, the wildly popular HGTV show hosted by the Waco, Texas, husband-and-wife team Chip and Joanna Gaines. The show did boffo ratings, with the Hollywood Reporter noting that the 9 p.m. premiere “averaged 3.4 million viewers, topping every other non-news telecast on cable for the night.” Not bad at all for an episode in which Chip and Joanna helped a couple who wanted an indoor spa … for their dogs.
The opening night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was characterized by a mixture of defensiveness, self-righteousness, and whininess.