Police say a number of people were stabbed in the incident, which they are treating as "terror-related".
Fox News announced Monday that Bill Hemmer, a former CNN star, will hold down the afternoon newscast formerly anchored by Shepard Smith, who left in October.
Former FBI Director James Comey said Fox News canceled a scheduled interview after a report by the Department of Justice Inspector General vindicated the investigation into President Donald Trump. “I offered to go on Fox & Friends to answer all questions,” Comey tweeted on Monday. “I can’t change their viewers on Donald Trump but hoped [
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says reporters at the news organization need to accept that restrictions come along with their paycheck
NEW YORK (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says employees at his news organization need to accept restrictions with their paycheck, including the ban on investigating their boss. Bloomberg, billionaire founder of Bloomberg News, was asked in a CBS News interview about rules put in place when he announced
The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.
Throughout the 1980s and ’90s, the National Enquirer graced nearly every grocery store checkout line in America, its lurid headlines just as innocuous a part of the shopping experience as Juicy Fruit gum or a pack of Skittles. In those days, the magazine seemed like the news equivalent of that checkout aisle candy—not sustenance but not dangerous. But just as a diet consisting primarily of sugar can have dangerous long-term health effects, the sensationalizing of the news via Enquirer headlines...
The Trump campaign's action illustrates the difficult position Bloomberg's candidacy has imposed on the news organization he founded in 1990.
Last week saw the FCC approve a measure that would deny subsidies to carriers who use equipment from Huawei, ZTE, or any other “bad actors.” The FCC’s Universal Service Fund has $8.5 billion ready to subsidize carriers in making improvements to the communications infrastructure in the US, but none of
The saga of Huawei vs. the US continues, and the latest chapter sees the Chinese electronics giant gearing up to take on the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC approved an order last week that would ban carriers receiving Universal Service Fu