One of the final season’s main plot lines involves a reporter using the terminal to chase down who is behind a hostile takeover attempt involving her network’s parent company AWN. Deals are dramatic!
The decision to shut down operations at the end of the year comes after three years struggling to obtain a license in the country.
With cute dogs, obviously.
Don’t worry though, they gave it 110%.
However, Sean Hannity does think Adrian Peterson “went too far.”
After being considered by ABC to join The View, Roger Ailes hires the Fox News regular to be a network contributor.
The network’s legal team says the reporter named in the lawsuit doesn’t technically work for CNN.
Meet The Press may never be the same.
“You say don’t blame the victim, but legally, what kind of recourse do they have?”
Here’s America’s highest rated cable news host explaining why he doesn’t believe in white privilege, a concept he says is “the big lie” being perpetuated by “racial hustlers.”
“…in terms of his job description.”
“We have legal processes that are set in motion, that are designed after centuries of Anglo-American jurisprudence tradition.”
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
“And we wonder why we’re in decline. No, seriously.”
And why doesn’t it have access to the 20th Century Fox film archive?
“I’ve been doing this job for more than 10 years; I have never seen a situation as desperate as this.”
We may never know, but go ahead and speculate!
What’s the end game for a lifelong television journalist who’s worked almost 30 years for a legacy outlet?
HBO’s John Oliver makes an excellent observation.
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal criticizes the network and Andrea Mitchell by name.
In comments made off-air during Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace, Secretary of State John Kerry was caught sarcastically referring to Israel’s operation in Gaza as “a hell of a pinpoint operation.”
“I think you can probably see there are lots of Israelis gathered around who are cheering when they see these kinds of Israeli strikes.”
“It would appear the plane was shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass.”
The network accidentally broadcasts footage of destruction when teasing a segment about how “the LeBron James effect” could revitalize Ohio.