The local TV giant expects to release the streaming app this year, according to sources familiar with the project.
Sean Hannity is increasingly estranged from Fox News management.
"It's extraordinary that the president of the United States could hire someone like this."
The Fox host brought a burner phone to Singapore, where he interviewed President Trump after the summit with North Korea.
Clinton claims that Melvin “aggressively” said the former president didn’t apologize. The reporter had asked whether Clinton had apologized privately.
Political books are hot — and the former national security adviser might want in.
Clinton appeared unprepared for questions about Monica Lewinsky on Monday.
Trump is acting on his own. His inner circle has shrunk. And sources are being more careful than ever — or trying to be.
And reporters in DC do.
Two of Lauer's complainants said they believed management knew of his "inappropriate sexual behavior," but former leaders denied any knowledge.
Some reporters felt blindsided by Chasing Hillary, which delves into the newspaper’s internal politics.
Reid was set to participate in a panel on Thursday at an event put on by former US attorney Preet Bharara.
For three years, Suri Crowe worked for a TV station owned by Sinclair. She clashed with management — including over stories about climate change and guns.
The president's personal lawyer sued earlier this year over claims made about him in the Steele "dossier."
A spokesperson for Schumer confirmed that the actor canceled an interview with WJLA, a Sinclair-owned ABC affiliate in Washington, DC.
One Fox News insider said the comparison between the cable news network and Sinclair was ludicrous and the local TV anchors in a viral video “looked like hostage victims.”
Fox News said last year that top lawyer Dianne Brandi was on “voluntary leave,” but she has been working behind the scenes at the network for weeks, according to two sources.
Stephanopoulos will interview Comey in mid-April ahead of the release of his highly anticipated book.
The White House chief of staff and press secretary are still telling different stories of what happened. “That’s wild even by Trump White House standards,” said one reporter.
At a trade group meeting last week, one media executive likened Facebook to Big Tobacco.