The folks at Giovanni's Fish Market in Morro Bay, which is owned by Giovanni “Gio” DeGarimore, announced last week that DeGarimore purchased an especially large octopus from a fisherman for the sole purpose of releasing it back into the sea — and now he tells Fox News he'd do it again. “I can't be a savior to everything, so I had to pick one thing and do what I can," DeGarimore tells Fox News. To that end, DeGarimore says he intended to release the 70-pound octopus into Morro Bay "without much fanfare," but an employee snapped a pic and shared the story to Facebook. “Meet Fred,” read the posted shared to the fish market's Facebook page, along with the picture of “Fred” in a basin of water.
The FBI and Justice Department on Thursday briefed lawmakers on the special counsel's Russia investigation, amid President Trump's outcry over revelations that a confidential informant made contact with several of his advisers during the 2016 campaign. The noon meeting included White House Chief of Staff John Kelly; Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein; FBI Director Christopher Wray; Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats; House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif.; House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.; Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee and House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin. That meeting is ongoing.
Ken LaCorte and John Moody, longtime allies of Roger Ailes, plan to launch LaCorte News in the summer. A couple of Roger Ailes loyalists are starting their own digital news-media company and staffing it with former — and maybe a few current — Fox News Channel employees. Ken LaCorte, the former vp of Fox News Digital, says he will launch LaCorte News early this summer, with audio, video and podcasts alongside written reports. LaCorte wouldn't name his investors, though John Moody is an equity holder and will serve as editor in chief. Moody was an executive vp of Fox News who was involved in several controversies, such as in 2007 when he falsely accused President Barack Obama of having attended
BETHPAGE, N.Y. — President Donald Trump discussed MS-13, immigration, North Korea and the NFL's new policy on national anthem protests in an interview that aired this morning on Fox News' “Fox and Friends.” Here are the latest updates: Update 6:44 a.m. Thursday: On a possible summit with North Korea: “If that happens, it'll be a great thing for North Korea. Most importantly, it would be a great thing for the world,” Trump said, adding that he'd like denuclearization to be “done immediately, but physically, a phase-in may be a little bit necessary.” On former FBI Director James Comey: “I would actually say, how is he going to explain to his grandchildren all of the lies, the deceit, all of the
Just last week, Michael Avenatti was the darling of CNN but the attorney representing adult film star Stormy Daniels has seen his appearances reduced amid newfound scrutiny. Is it a coincidence or something more? On Tuesday, a federal bankruptcy court judge in Southern California ordered a law firm managed by Michael Avenatti to pay $10 million to an attorney who claimed that the firm stiffed him on the first installment of a $4.85 million settlement -- resulting in critics labeling him a “tax cheat” on social media. The decision was the latest setback for Avenatti, who ascended to CNN stardom during Daniels' fight against a confidentiality agreement preventing her from discussing an alleged
President Trump says that "there's a good chance" his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place in Singapore on June 12, as planned, although he has also sounded less certain about the timing earlier this week. "We'll see what happens. Right now we're looking at it, we're talking about it," he told Fox News' "Fox and Friends" in an interview airing Thursday. "And they're talking to us. We have certain conditions. We'll see what happens. But there's a good chance." His guarded optimism was contradicted by insults from the North Koreans directed at Vice President Pence. North Korean Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Choe Son Hui, quoted by the state-run news agency, said of
If any NFL owners thought that capitulating to President Trump on the anthem issue would get him to stop talking about it, think again. The President will appear Thursday morning on FOX News Channel, and he’s will share his reaction to the NFL’s decision to compel players to respect the flag and the national anthem [more]
Which is why CrossFit is so addictive - it's simple, but it works! CrossFit coach and competitor Dani Horan of Champlain Valley CrossFit says the only way to get stronger is to push yourself past your comfort zone. The Workout: An AMRAP workout means you complete as many rounds as possible in a certain amount of time.
Turns out, not everything that happens on board a ship is family fun. The captain and crew members from Bravo's “Below Deck” say they have received the most outrageous requests from passengers while on the high seas. “I think almost every charter Captain has been propositioned several times in their careers in that fashion,” Captain Lee Rosbach told Fox News. Rosbach has starred on the reality show since 2014 and has been in the business for 25 years. Display nothing; This is on Publish with no configured Image Now he has an upcoming tell-all book, “Running Against the Tide: True Tales from the Stud of the Sea,” where he unveils even more secrets. “The key is to not let yourself get into a position
When Media Matters last crunched the numbers on Fox News programming responsible for the most abortion misinformation, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, and Tucker Carlson were unsurprisingly the worst culprits. However, as allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced against O'Reilly (and other network figures including Eric Bolling) and he was eventually fired, Fox News transitioned to an evening lineup with more female hosts -- Shannon Bream, Martha MacCallum, and Laura Ingraham. But this change has not come close to fixing the network's abortion misinformation problem. Media Matters analyzed evening prime-time news programs on Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN from March 1, 2017, through March 1, 2018, and
Jemele Hill attends ESPN: The Party 2017 held on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, in Houston, Texas. NEW YORK — The morning show “Fox & Friends” corrected by tweet a segment that described former ESPN anchor Jemele Hill as unemployed, but has not set the record straight on the air. The Fox News Channel segment on Tuesday featured another journalist criticizing the National Association of Black Journalists for honoring Hill as its 2018 journalist of the year.