Ex-Fox News Host Ed Henry filed two more defamation lawsuits Thursday in U.S. District Court in New York, naming NPR’s David Folkenflik and CNN’s Alysin Camerota and Brian Stelter (as well as their CNN parent, TBS) for their allegedly defamatory commentary and reporting on his firing by Fox News. The filings follow a similar lawsuit filed Wednesday in New York against Fox News and the channel’s CEO Suzanne Scott. That lawsuit also alleged defamation.
Fox News Channel stars Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Howard Kurtz were accused of sexual harassment by a frequent on-air guest in a lawsuit filed Monday that the network called frivolous and untrue. In the same case, a former Fox employee said she was harassed and raped by news anchor Ed Henry, who was fired July 1 shortly after the network became aware of the accusations.
Fox News said today it has fired host Ed Henry of America’s Newsroom after an outside investigation of a complaint involving “willful sexual misconduct in the workplace years ago.”
Fox News Channel on Thursday introduced a reoccurring segment as a part of the network’s America Together initiative entitled America Cheers Together, showcasing the unified and resilient American spirit through the lens of professional sporting events. Led by America’s Newsroom anchor Ed Henry, this ongoing series during the network’s three-hour morning news offering spotlights how sports have helped guide the country […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News correspondent Ed Henry is returning to the air four months after allegations of an extramarital affair led to his “taking some time off,” as the network said then. Henry will return Monday in a new role, as chief national correspondent, Fox News confirmed. Previously, he was chief White House […]