Fox News Gives Trey Gowdy, Dan Bongino Weekend Shows

Fox News Correspondent Trey Yingst Reports From Jerusalem After Gaza Militants Fire Rockets Toward City

Fox News White House Correspondent Kristin Fisher Leaving

Fox News Made Me Do It: Capitol Attack Suspect Offers ‘Foxitis’ Defense

Anthony Antonio, who is facing five charges including violent entry, disorderly conduct and impeding law enforcement during civil disorder, fell prey to the persistent lies about the so-called “stolen election” being spread daily by Donald Trump and the right-wing network that served him, his attorney Joseph Hurley said during a video hearing.

The Fox News Reporter The White House Hates To Love

Peter Doocy is a born-and-raised scion of Fox. Now he’s sparring with the president’s team on national TV. And the game is kind of working for both sides. (Cheriss May photo)

Fox News Channel’s Martha MacCallum Champions Veterans

Fox News To Honor Asian American And Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Fox News Media will offer special programming throughout May in honor of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month. Kicking off on Friday, May 7, during Fox News Channel’s signature morning show Fox & Friends, the America Together: Celebrating Diversity segment special will feature a number of stories celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of AANHPI individuals across […]

Fox News Cruises To Big Win In Weekly Cable News Ratings

Fox News Announces Executive Promotions

Megan Albano and Jerry Andrews join the network’s weekend programming leadership team in New York. Greg Headen is promoted to vice president of news coverage, while Doug Rohrbeck is elevated to senior vice president of DC news.

Fox’s Bill Hemmer on Anchoring From the Studio During Covid, The Cable News Landscape And Why He’s ‘Bearish’ On New York


Carlson Weaponizes The ‘Political Variety Show’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s call to harass people with masks exemplifies the danger inherent to the political variety show, a cross-bred new TV product that has moved from entertainment to action catalyst, our contributor argues.

The Hamburglar? How A Story About Meat Limits Fell Apart

President Joe Biden spent only a weekend as the “Hamburglar” in the conservative media world, but the incident illustrates the speed at which a false and damaging story can spread.

Tucker Carlson Leads Fox News To Big Win In April Primetime Ratings

Fox News Says Smartmatic Lawsuit Is Threat To Press Freedoms

Fox News filed another response to Smartmatic’s $2.7 billion defamation lawsuit, contending that its on-air personalities were protected by the First Amendment as they amplified President Donald Trump’s unfounded allegations of massive election fraud following the 2020 presidential election. “Smartmatic strains to make this lawsuit seem like a garden-variety defamation suit rather than a glaring threat to core First Amendment freedoms,” the company’s legal team, led by Paul Clement of Kirkland & Ellis, said in a brief filed in New York Supreme Court. The legal team also is representing Fox Corp., the parent company of Fox News.

Chris Wallace Celebrates 25 Years of ‘Fox News Sunday’

Tammy Bruce Will Host Fox News Primetime Next Week

Fox News Awards Annual Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship


Tucker Carlson’s Rhetoric Is Dangerous. That Seems Just Fine With Fox News

He and his guests questioned the fairness of the Chauvin verdict shortly after it came in. That irresponsibility seems OK with his bosses.

Prince Philip’s Funeral Gives Fox News Ratings Win Over CNN, MSNBC

Fox News Zipper Writer Mike Santangelo Dies At 80

Fox News Signs KTTV’s Bill Melugin As National Correspondent

Fox News Channel has hired KTTV Los Angeles investigative reporter Bill Melugin as a national correspondent, announced. He will begin his new role on May 3 and will be based in FNC’s Los Angeles bureau. In making the announcement, Jay Wallace, president and executive editor of Fox News Media said: “We are extremely proud to welcome Bill to the […]

Fox News Opens April With Primetime, Total Day Wins

Tucker Carlson Villainizes Journalists. Then The Threats Pour In

As the Fox host’s popularity grows, he has found fodder in lesser-known media figures whom he presents as symbols of liberalism-run-amok.

Chris Wallace On Ear Plugs, His Globe Years, And That Time He Went To Russia Right After A Tough Putin Interview

Fox News Signs Former Rep. Harold Ford Jr. As Contributor

Smartmatic: Fox News Disinfo ‘No Accident’

The company was responding to a motion filed by Fox that argued that mentions of Smartmatic were part of its reporting on a newsworthy event.

Fox News Stands Behind Tucker Carlson After ADL Urges Firing

In a letter sent Sunday to the Anti-Defamation League civil rights group and shared with The Associated Press, Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch said Carlson had “decried and rejected replacement theory” when he said during a Thursday evening segment, “White replacement theory? No, no, this is a voting rights question.” The ADL argued in a reply sent Monday to Murdoch that Carlson used white-supremacist language even if he claimed he didn’t.

Fox News Names Bernard Gugar General Counsel

Mike Pompeo Joins Fox News As Contributor

Pompeo, a Kansas Republican who served in Congress from 2011 to 2017 before becoming director of the CIA (and later secretary of state) under President Donald Trump, is the latest alum from the Trump administration to join the cable network.


If You Want To See How Fox News Has Influenced American Political Life, Look No Further Than Matt Gaetz

Weekly Cable Ratings: Fox News Opens April In First Place


Right-Wing Media Uses Coded Slur On Floyd

Some in the right-wing media keep doing their utmost to make the trial of Derek Chaubin for killing George Floyd about Floyd’s drug use and troubled life, in what seems like an attempt to absolve Chauvin long before the jury reaches a verdict. In effect, they are putting Floyd on trial. The “no angel” narrative, and its variations, are racist smears. Unlike George Floyd, they deserve to die.

Greg Gutfeld’s Latenight Debut On Fox News More Than Doubles Don Lemon’s Audience On CNN

Fox News Jumps Ahead Of CNN In Year-To-Date Ratings Race

How Fox News’ Gutfeld Breaks Latenight Mold

Greg Gutfeld, a longtime fixture on Fox News, is the latest entrant to the latenight comedy talk show race, with the premiere of his Gutfeld! on Monday at 11 p.m. ET. He’s seeking to appeal to an audience of conservatives who feel like “targets of ridicule” watching rivals like Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon.


Lawsuits Against Fox News Could End Up Being Bad News For Other Media

If defamation suits, even valid ones, are successful, long-standing First Amendment protections could be weakened; aggrieved subjects of news stories, especially those with deep pockets, may be encouraged to go after media companies of all kinds, not just hyperpartisan ones. And long, expensive court battles could put them out of business.

Fox Says It Has No Interest In Hiring Matt Gaetz

Bret Baier Signs Five-Year Pact With Fox News

Anchor Bret Baier has renewed his contract with Fox News Channel, extending a pact that was last negotiated in 2019. The deal will keep Baier at the network through 2025 and will maintain his roles as anchor and executive editor of the Fox Corp. network’s Special Report and as the outlet’s chief political anchor.

Fox News Targets Latenight Shows With ‘Gutfeld’ Hollywood Billboard, New Ad Campaign

Cable News Wave Crests In 1Q As All 3 Networks Claim Victory

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show ranks first among programs, while CNN scores a demographic win and Fox News tops primetime in total viewers.