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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.”
ABC News loves the hate-fav, while the NY Post makes some questionable decisions.
Take that, Fox.
“They depend on government because they’re not depending on their husbands.”
SpongeBob promotes a “global-warming agenda”? You can’t make this stuff up.
Jeff Zucker chips away at Fox News’ cable news dominance with CNN’s Sunday night formula.
The adventures of Russian agents like The Ghost of Marius the Giraffe, Gay Turtle, and Ass — exposed for the first time.
Reporter Jana Winter refused to give up the names of sources after the July 20, 2012, mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater. Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed victory to Winter, saying she couldn’t be forced to name names.
The biggest cable news host in the world like you’ve never seen him before.
This is exactly how Fox News’ Outnumbered is supposed to work.
Fox News’ highest rated host is mad about Michael Sam kissing his partner on live TV after being picked by the St. Louis Rams in the NFL draft.
The Fox News contributor attempts to explain comments he made about former Secretary of State’s health.
The cable news version of The View is everything the world was hoping it would be.
Plus the 16 lies we need to stop teaching boys about sex, a few excellent Instagram tricks, and how to survive a lightning strike.
After covering his standoff nonstop earlier this month. MSNBC’s coverage was the bizarro world opposite.
The whole world is waiting for a Vine of Sean Hannity downing a beer in one take.
All Rupert Murdoch had to do to reposition his eldest son Lachlan as his successor, which is what he always wanted, was break up his media empire.
Jon Stewart poked fun at cable news coverage of Flight 370 on Monday night’s show.
The cable news ratings race during America’s obsession with missing Malaysian jetliner was won by Fox News, but CNN and MSNBC can claim victory as well.
While appearing on Fox News’ Media Buzz Monday, Fox News contributor — and FoxNews.com columnist — Lauren Ashburn admitted that she’s still a fan of CNN when she wants to “know about news.”
The king of cable news has still got it.
“Something… something that may not fit with that office, correct?”
Fox News’ highest rated host says the internet is ruining young people’s minds.
“Our headlines will be ripped from social media,” says Albie Hecht in his first interview after being named to lead the channel. A possible slogan: “We’re not the news. You are.”
Fox News aired a second, extended interview Monday between Bill O’Reilly and President Obama taped after the contentious Super Bowl sit-down.