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- US·The Courier Journal
The service for Zachary Cottongim starts at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Southeast Christian Church, followed by interment at Cave Hill Cemetery.Thanks for your feedback!
The "Fox & Friends" host said that Meghan and Harry's interview "definitely" added to Prince Philip's stress.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·The Daily Beast
Fox NewsMinutes after the British royal family announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip, had died at the age of 99, the sleuths at Fox & Friends blamed their inevitable culprits: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.Host Brian Kilmeade immediately linked the death of the extremely old and sickly Duke of Edinburgh to Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired last month and contained shocking claims of racism and cruel treatment against Meghan by royal family membersThanks for your feedback!
- Politics·The Daily Beast
Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy on Wednesday morning was forced to repeatedly smack down his co-host Brian Kilmeade, forcefully explaining multiple times what President Donald Trump did to incite a riot and why he faces a second impeachment.Kilmeade, who a day before called for Congress to not impeach so as to appease violent Trump supporters, kicked off the president’s favorite morning show by essentially throwing an on-air tantrum over news that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might vThanks for your feedback!
- Politics·The Week
Fox & Friends' Brian Kilmeade says it's time for Trump to start 'coordinating' with 'the Biden team'
Allies of President Trump appear to be getting more comfortable publicly nodding to President-elect Joe Biden's victory, even as they support Trump's legal windmill-tilting to try and reverse the results. Trump's favorite morning news show, Fox & Friends, joined the chorus Wednesday morning, urging Trump to at least allow the presidential transition process to begin. "It's in the country's best interest if he starts coordinating on the virus and starts coordinating on security with the Biden teaThanks for your feedback!
- Politics·The Wrap
Conservative radio host Tony Katz earned the fury of Twitter users Tuesday after he mocked “stuttering vice president Joe Biden” on Fox News.Discussing the upcoming debate between Biden and President Donald Trump on “Fox & Friends,” he disparaged the new rule that says each candidate will have their microphone muted while the other speaks: “All you’ll hear is a stuttering Vice President Joe Biden. Haven’t we heard enough stuttering Vice President Joe Biden? Is this really the imagery the DemocraThanks for your feedback!
- Politics·The Daily Beast
President Donald Trump might have choked on his Egg McMuffin on Wednesday when tuning into his favorite morning show.Fresh from an aggressive debate performance which his campaign chalked up as a victory before it had even happened, Trump most likely tuned into Fox & Friends expecting the kind of sycophantic flattery he’s become accustomed to over the past four years. However, even the president’s pals at Fox thought his debate performance, well, kinda sucked.All three of the hosts—Brian KilmeadThanks for your feedback!
- US·The Week
Lara Logan, a host on Fox News' streaming spinoff Fox Nation, spouted some outrageous and baseless theories on Monday about recent U.S. protests that turned violent.After two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were critically injured in a shooting Saturday, Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade questioned why something like this would happen even though it "seems to help President Trump" and his insistence that law enforcement is under attack. This question, Logan said, is "somethinThanks for your feedback!
- Politics·The Week
President Trump phoned into Fox & Friends on Wednesday morning and, as he's wont to do, took some shots at his predecessor, former President Barack Obama.Co-host Brian Kilmeade asked Trump to comment on Obama's eulogy at last week's funeral for the late civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis, which Kilmeade said reminded him of a "campaign speech" rather than a eulogy. Trump appeared to agree, adding that it was a "terrible speech" and a supposedly "angry" Obama "lost control" while speaking. The pThanks for your feedback!
- News·Charlotte Observer
With fewer cars on the roads and many court proceedings delayed because of COVID-19, fewer people are paying fines and fees — including license registration fees at the DMV and court fines. For example, civil penalties collections — which includes fees collected by the N.C. Department of Transportation for certain license plate violations or by the state Department of Revenue for late filings — have dropped significantly, according to data provided to the N&O by the state’s Office of State BudgThanks for your feedback!