‘Fox & Friends’ Apologizes For Presenting Since-Retracted Story

‘Fox & Friends’ In Hunt For A.M. Ad Dollars

Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade are in high demand on set as the anchors of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends.” Starting today, however, viewers of the morning program are going to spend some time watching them motoring home, thanks to an advertising deal.

‘Fox & Friends’ Apologizes For Ginsburg Death Graphic

First Studio Audience For ‘Fox & Friends’

‘Fox & Friends’ Viewers Help Raise $350,000 For Family Of Fallen Policeman

‘Fox & Friends’ Scolds Trump Over Ongoing ‘Enemy Of The People’ Crusade

Fox News Once Gave Trump a Perch. Now It’s His Bullhorn.

‘Fox & Friends’ Has The President’s Ear

Fox News Channel’s day-opener seems much like it has for 20 years, a peppy talk show about news that advances a conservative point of view, and is mocked by some critics for a lack of intellectual rigor. The difference now is that one of its regular viewers is the most powerful person in the world, who takes his cues from what he sees.

Trump Wants ‘Fox & Friends’ Host To Head VA

Tom Brokaw: FNC Is ‘On A Jihad’ To Protect Trump

‘Fox & Friends First’ Will Expand To Two Hours

FNC Spends Big To Poke Fun At NY Times

Fox ran a full-page advertisement in The New York Times on Thursday, blurbing a recent review that called the Fox & Friends morning show “the most powerful TV show in America.” Television critic James Poniewozik’s review wasn’t exactly complimentary, as it traced the show’s close relationship with the nation’s tweeter-in-chief, President Donald Trump.

No Fox Apology In Fight With NY Times

The dispute between the news outlets was magnified by White House attention. A Fox & Friends report on Saturday was headlined “NYT foils U.S. attempt to take out al-Baghdadi.” President Donald Trump apparently was watching, because less than a half-hour later he tweeted that the Times “foiled U.S. attempt to kill the single most wanted terrorist, Al-Baghdadi. Their sick agenda over National Security.”

NY Times Asks ‘Fox & Friends’ For Apology

NY Times Asks ‘Fox & Friends’ For Apology

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times is asking Fox News’ morning show “Fox & Friends” to apologize for what the newspaper calls a “malicious and inaccurate segment” about the newspaper, intelligence leaks and the Islamic State that aired Saturday. New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha said Sunday that she requested an “on-air […]

COMMENTARY BY JAMES PONIEWOZIK

Trump Sees Two-Way Mirror In ‘Fox & Friends’

James Poniewozik: “Fox & Friends, the three-hour wake-up program on Fox News, is an interactive magic mirror for Donald J. Trump. He is the show’s subject, its programmer, its publicist and its virtual fourth host. The stars offer him flattery, encouragement and advice. When he tweets, his words and image appear on a giant video wall. It’s the illusion of children’s TV — that your favorite show is as aware of you as you are of it — except that for Mr. Trump, it’s real.”

Inside The Influential ‘Fox & Friends’

The Fox News Channel morning show has been credited or — depending on your politics — blamed for sending a onetime reality TV star to the White House by giving Trump a platform to riff on politics back when he was contemplating a run in 2012. And since the November election, Trump has rewarded that loyalty, appearing on the show and amplifying comments made by hosts and guests to his 33 million Twitter followers.

The Strange Psychological Power Of ‘Fox & Friends’

‘Fox & Friends’ Gets Ratings Bump From Trump

Ainsley Earhardt Joins ‘Fox & Friends’

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Leaving ‘Fox & Friends’

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Off The Air For ‘Some Surgery’

Hasselbeck: Fox News Feels Like Home

NEW YORK (AP) — To Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the “Fox & Friends” morning show felt like home long before she actually got to work there. It was regular viewing at home for Hasselbeck, whose 10 years on “The View” ended in July. She’ll debut as Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade’s new partner on “Fox & Friends” […]

Hasselbeck ‘Fox & Friends’ Debut Set For Sept. 16

Hasselbeck Leaves ‘The View’ For Fox News

Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Elisabeth Hasselbeck of The View will join co-anchors Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade on the three-hour morning show Fox & Friends in September. Wednesday will be her last day after a decade on The View. She replaces Gretchen Carlson, who will be given her own daytime show on Fox.

Carlson Named Co-Host Of Fox Weekend Mornings

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel says veteran conservative commentator Tucker Carlson will become co-host of the network’s weekend morning show, “Fox & Friends.” Carlson will replace Dave Briggs, who left Fox at the end of last year. His co-hosts on the weekend chat fest are Alisyn Camerota and Clayton Morris. Carlson will continue […]

‘Fox & Friends’ Prankster Rips Fox

Enemies And Allies For ‘Fox & Friends’

‘Fox & Friends’ Expanding By An Hour