President Donald Trump bragged about being “perfect” during a Fox News appearance that was broadcast on Thursday evening. “I think I am the probably — a friend of mine said, ‘you have to be the most perfect person.’ Isn’t that true?” Trump asked. Fox News anchor Sean Hannity then cut to a commercial break. Watch: [
Judging from their merciless mocking of the destitute, brutal takedowns of Sesame Street, and jaw-dropping feats of racial stereotyping, the folks at Fox News don’t seem to possess anything approximating a sense of humor. At the very least, they certainly don’t seem to recognize when others are just joking around, as
“BREAKING: No one at Fox News has ever seen Monty Python & The Holy Grail.”
President Donald Trump’s declining poll numbers have Republicans worried about the 2020 election. Fox News personality Tucker Carlson noted Trump’s poor standing, which he noted is below the support for the Black Lives Matter movement. “Here’s some bracing news we never expected to report, Black Lives Matter is now more popular than the president of [
Former ESPN personality Will Cain is the new co-host of “FOX & Friends Weekend,” the network announced on Monday.
Prominent Fox News channel daily anchor Ed Henry was summarily fired yesterday as the #MeToo movement has apparently claimed its latest mark. The announcement came in an internal email to Fox News staff early Wednesday morning, followed by an email t
Publishers still haven't learned how to best monetize online, journalists are getting more political, consumers think "fake news is rampant," and social media is encroaching on the news, according to this year's Digital News Report. The report, from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and the University of Oxford, surveyed over 80,000 online