Democrats may snicker at those who come to the defense of Dr. Seuss and The Muppets, but cultural issues could be an effective political message for Republicans.
The former president called in to mourn the passing of the fiercely conservative radio host and repeated the false claim that the 2020 election was stolen from him.
Facing the threat of lawsuits for defamation, Fox News and the upstart right-wing network Newsmax have begun broadcasting segments walking back wild election fraud allegations against voting-machine and software manufacturers Smartmatic and Dominion.
In the wake of the presidential election, an alternate reality has taken hold among many Americans in which Joe Biden did not really defeat Donald Trump.
President Trump on Sunday gave his first interview since losing the Nov. 3 election. As he has done for almost four weeks, Trump continued to angrily deny that reality.
The settlement between Fox News and Rich’s parents, Joel and Mary Rich, was publicly disclosed Tuesday, but with no details about the terms.
Moments into a Trump campaign press conference on Monday afternoon at which White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany charged that Democrats were “welcoming fraud” and “illegal voting,” Fox News Host Neil Cavuto had seen enough.
Fox News host Mark Levin suggested that if Trump ends up losing in key battleground states, Republican-led legislatures there should overturn the will of the voters and chose a slate of electors that would keep him in the White House.
The first presidential debate was called the "worst debate in American history." Can changes to the rules or format make the next two events worthwhile?
Joe Biden offered some advice to the followers of QAnon, the loose-knit band of believers in the conspiracy theory that holds that the so-called “deep state” is out to get President Trump: Get help.
A sizable portion of the “misinformation” released by the Trump White House originates from stories that first appear on Fox News, CNN media critic Brian Stelter told Yahoo News on Monday.
Roger Stone said Monday that President Trump saved his life by commuting his prison sentence and sparing him any time behind bars during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carlson acknowledged the posts were “wrong,” but did not offer an apology on behalf of the show or the network, saying his longtime associate had “paid a very heavy price” in losing his job.
President Trump made clear Thursday that he sees the primary role of Fox News as that of helping Republicans and himself stay in power.
Two drugs touted by President Trump as potential game changers in the fight against the coronavirus have shown no benefit for infected patients who take them.
Hours after a Fox News interview in which he downplayed a national shortage of hospital ventilators to treat patients infected with the coronavirus, President Trump fired off a number of tweets Friday blaming General Motors and its CEO, Mary Barra, for not manufacturing more of them.
For the past three days, President Trump has publicly embraced the view that the measures taken to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak should not come at the expense of the U.S. economy.
As the coronavirus threat intensified in the U.S., Fox News viewers received different information than Americans who got their news from other sources. Ben Smith, the media critic at the New York Times, set out to understand why. His conclusion: Fox anchors consistently downplayed and even denied the existence of the virus.
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Rep. Doug Collins apologized Friday for saying that Democrats are "in love with terrorists” and mourn more for killed Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani than they “mourn for our Gold Star families.”
President Trump elaborated on one of his favorite theories, involving a missing Democratic National Committee server, during a Friday morning phone-in Fox News interview that was rambling and conspiratorial even to the taste of his friendly interviewers on “Fox & Friends.”
“If Facebook lets Trump back on Facebook and Instagram, he'll assuredly restart his assault on democracy.”
“Facebook should have known better than to believe that it could limit speech on its platform without setting a terrible precedent.”
“Providing a microphone and an amplifier for deceit isn't fighting the good fight for free speech.”
“It’s no defense of Mr. Trump’s conduct to say that the digital public square shouldn’t suppress speech by political leaders.”
“The former president no longer gets the ‘head of state’ exception to terms of service.”