“She was the Attorney General of the state of California. She was a United States senator. You can’t demean her.”
Williams requested to stay in D.C. to be closer to his family as “The Five” prepares to move back to New York.
Juan Williams preached caution when reporting on the John Kerry allegations given the amount of coverage Fox News gave to recent false stories about Biden and Harris.
Rivera castigated Trump for focusing more on his attempts to remain in power than helping the American people.
After Fox News host Jesse Watters mistook Gayle King for Robin Roberts, King asked one of his co-hosts, Dana Perino, to remind her colleagues that "all black people do not look alike."
"The Five" co-host Jesse Watters has a recurring segment on the Fox News show where the conservative host reads texts that come in from his mother.
Fox News's revamped nightly lineup will do little to stabilize its wobbling, increasingly directionless schedule, says Ken Tucker.
Getting rid of “Fair & Balanced” coincides with a new hardening of Fox News’s arteries. Its lifeblood — getting viewers riled about perceived persecution by liberals — has become its primary reason to exist.
Kathy Griffin did a very stupid thing. Once the Griffin photo went viral and elicited a strongly negative reaction, Griffin issued an apology that seemed as false as her hair color. On Tuesday morning, they were almost weeping with outrage and sorrow on “Fox and Friends.”
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?
One of the more inexplicable stars of the Fox News channel is Eric Bolling, once one-fifth of “The Five” and now one-fifth of “The Fox News Specialists,” the show that has replaced “The Five” at 5 p.m. Confused? Not as much as Bolling is, routinely. A beefy former commodities trader who always looks as though he’s shaking off a brain-rattling tackle on the football field, Bolling somehow gained the confidence of Fox News executives a few years ago.
Already, Bill O’Reilly’s famous war cry — the full-throated yell that began every edition of The O’Reilly Factor: “Caution! You are about to enter the No-Spin Zone!” — sounds as old-fashioned and corny as Rod Serling’s “You’ve just crossed over into… The Twilight Zone!” Now it’s O’Reilly, the biggest ratings magnet for Fox News, who’s entered the twilight zone: Parent company 21st Century Fox has decided to cut him loose after multiple accusations of sexual harassment. It’s a distinct possibility that O’Reilly will never have a regular perch on TV ever again. Fox says the company and O’Reilly have “agreed” that the anchor will not return, making it unlikely he’ll do a farewell broadcast.
In a semi-surprise, that big ol’ growly, liberal bear in suspenders, Bob Beckel, reclaimed his chair on Monday’s edition of The Five. Beckel, who’d been dumped by Fox News in 2015 (and underwent, as he said on Monday, three back operations), is a sleeker grumpy ol’ bear now, having dropped 35 pounds. The other four of The Five — Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld and Dana Perino — seemed genuinely pleased to see Beckel, whose seat had been filled most recently by Juan Williams.