WASHINGTON – Russian President Vladimir Putin refused to look at the indictments of 12 Russian military officials when a Fox News anchor presented him with a copy Monday. Chris Wallace confronted Putin with the documents charging Russians hacked Democratic Party computers, stole damaging emails and spread the stolen information to disrupt the 2016 US presidential election. “May I give this to you to look at, sir? Here,” Wallace said, as he handed Putin the papers during an interview in Helsinki. Putin refused to touch the papers and directed Wallace to put them down on a table. “Interference with the domestic affairs of the United States — do you really believe that someone acting from the Russian
When it comes to immigration policy, American opinions often break down along party lines, with most Republicans supporting President Trump's views and Democrats vigorously opposed. But according to a new NPR-Ipsos poll, there is an even better predictor of how you feel about immigration: where you get your TV news. More than 1,000 people were asked about Trump's immigration policies and proposals and about which immigrants should get priority in the U.S. system. The poll was conducted in English and Spanish from June 19 to 20. Most respondents said they got their news mainly from TV. On some questions, people who get their TV news primarily from Fox News or CNN are even further apart than Republicans
Caption Close Nearly half of Fox News viewers disagree with the idea that immigrants are important to American identity, a new NPR poll finds. Of the more than 1,000 people who were surveyed, 48 percent of those who said they preferred watching Fox News disagreed with the question, "Are immigrants an important part of our American identity?" Overall, 69 percent of Americans agreed, 16 percent said they were neutral and 12 percent said they disagreed. Of respondents who said they preferred watching CNN, 78 percent agreed with the question. Among viewers of ABC, CBS or NBC, 73 percent said they agreed that immigrants are important to American identity. Fox News viewers polled the lowest among the
Russian President Vladimir Putin did not explicitly deny whether Moscow had collected compromising information on President Trump when asked at a press conference in Helsinki.
Dr. Keith Ablow violated patient boundaries and ethical guidelines when he had physical sexual contact with a patient, according to a lawsuit filed in Newbury District Court by a Salem woman. The suit alleges that the television personality routinely commented on the woman's appearance, sent persistent email and text messages and encouraged sexual conversations during treatment sessions. In 2007 his book Inside The Mind of Scott Peterson, made the New York Times bestsellers list, catapulting his television career. A 2012 commentary suggesting Newt Gingrich's three marriages made him more qualified to be president followed by a commentary suggesting the 2012 was a plot by President Obama to distract Americans from scandals about the administration increased his profile and made him a regular fixture on Fox News Channel.
Donald Trump bashed the media during his European tour, days ahead of his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the president’s preference for Fox News as its former president joins Trump’s White House.
Major League Baseball's promotion with Papa John's has been "paused" until after the All-Star break, the company confirmed to Fox News on Friday. MLB's “Papa Slam” promotion gave people discounts on pizza when players hit grand slams. The promotion was "paused" after CEO John Schnatter resigned in the wake of racial remarks. Schnatter's controversial comment came during a role-playing exercise during a May conference call, which itself was organized in the wake of his comments concerning the NFL, and placing blame on the league's national anthem protests for the company's sales, Forbes reported. During the call, he reportedly said "Colonel Sanders called blacks n------" and never faced backlash.
Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week: Journalist Sees 'Almost No Daylight' Between Fox News And White House Agendas: Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman says the president and Fox News host Sean Hannity "speak almost daily, after Hannity's show, sometimes before, and sometimes for up to an hour a day." 'Three Identical Strangers' Tells The Astounding Story Of Triplets Separated At Birth: Tim Wardle's new knockout documentary starts out as a Parent