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April 24, 2016
Fox News anchors Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum will preview Tuesday's primaries from the National Constitution Center on Sunday, in a town hall with undecided voters from 8 to 10 p.m.
NEWS
May 30, 2013 | By Ann E. Marimow, Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Fox News officials reacted with outrage last week to the revelation that the Justice Department had closely scrutinized the newsgathering practices of its reporter James Rosen as part of a leak investigation. But federal prosecutors sent an e-mail to Rosen and a certified letter to Fox's parent company in 2010 notifying them that the government had seized phone records for five numbers associated with the network, according to a law enforcement official. "The government provided notification of those subpoenas nearly three years ago by certified mail, facsimile, and e-mail," said the law enforcement official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing case.
NEWS
January 3, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
IN 2014, TATTLE is going to make an attempt to write about more good things, more positive stories, more about how we're all on this floating blue ball together and we need to work together. Thank goodness we're off tomorrow. Maybe this will pass by Monday. But kicking off our year of good vibrations, "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson , son of Phil , went on Fox News' "All-American New Year" special Tuesday night and played the role of adult - choosing not to take the bait of hosts Bill Hemmer and Elisabeth Hasselbeck and rip A&E or evil liberals or even defend daddy Phil's comments about gays, happy pre-civil rights Southern blacks or the marital viability of 15-year-old girls.
NEWS
July 26, 2011 | By Beth DeFalco, Associated Press
TRENTON - The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey said Monday that it would likely drop a lawsuit filed earlier in the day against Gov. Christie seeking records that confirm he met with the head of Fox News last year. The ACLU filed the lawsuit Monday on behalf of a reporter for Gawker Entertainment L.L.C., saying the governor's office had issued a blanket refusal to release any records pertaining to the meeting. After the governor's office confirmed the September 2010 meeting, the ACLU relented.
NEWS
May 21, 2013 | By Pete Yost, Associated Press
WASHINGTON - In another case of the Obama administration's investigating classified information improperly disclosed to reporters, the government is prosecuting a State Department expert on North Korea in a probe that appears to step into uncharted territory - by declaring that a journalist is committing a crime in disclosing leaked information. During the investigation of State Department adviser Stephen Kim, law enforcement officials obtained a search warrant for some private e-mails of James Rosen, the chief Washington correspondent for Fox News.
NEWS
December 21, 2015
"NO ONE SAYS news has to be boring," says Fox News correspondent and producer Jesse Watters, who'll be out to demonstrate that tonight at 8 p.m. on "Watters World," the second in a series of monthly specials he's doing during the 2016 election cycle. An expansion of the segment Watters has long done for "The O'Reilly Factor," the series is likely to include some of his trademark interviews with unsuspecting - and frequently uninformed - pedestrians. Watters, who grew up in Philadelphia, spoke with Ellen Gray about his not-so-conservative roots, his love of history and what people on the street most often ask him. What can you tell me about your time in Philly?
NEWS
October 26, 2009 | By Charles Krauthammer
Rahm Emanuel once sent a dead fish to a live pollster. Now he's put a horse's head in Roger Ailes' bed. Not very subtle. And not very smart. Ailes doesn't scare easily. The White House has declared war on Fox News. White House communications director Anita Dunn said that Fox is "opinion journalism masquerading as news. " Patting rival networks on the head for their authenticity (read: docility), senior adviser David Axelrod declared Fox "not really a news station. " And chief of staff Emanuel told (warned?
NEWS
May 4, 2009 | By John Timpane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the Age of Obama, Fox News is thriving. The conservative news cabler has forged a ratings-rich bond with an audience that feels ignored and under siege as Democrats dominate Washington. And nobody speaks to that audience with more passion, more empathy, than ex-Philadelphian and Fox newcomer Glenn Beck. Stocky and stentorian, easily moved to tears for his country (Comedy Central's Jon Stewart has mocked his emotionality), Beck knows his audience: "I tell my viewers, 'Keep a journal.
NEWS
March 13, 2007 | By Dick Polman
Here is an excerpt from columnist Dick Polman's blog, "Dick Polman's American Debate. " Watch this page for Polman high points - and check out the blog. At the risk of riling the liberal netroots, I question the Democratic Party's decision Friday to stiff Fox News by canceling a Fox-hosted presidential candidates debate slated for August in Nevada. The Nevada Democrats, led by home-state Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, had originally agreed to let Fox News cohost and broadcast the event; they saw it as a way for the '08 presidential candidates to reach out to red-state voters.
NEWS
March 6, 2015 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Bill O'Reilly truthism scandal is dead. It's well and truly over despite an ever-growing list of allegations that the Fox News commentator misrepresented events during his career as a TV journalist while covering the aftermath of the Falkland Wars, the troubles in Northern Ireland, and the Nicaraguan Contras, not to mention the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It will soon be forgotten even if new accusations arise daily. For people who matter - O'Reilly's fans and his employers - the question of whether he lied   is essentially moot.
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NEWS
July 29, 2016
A story Thursday on television coverage of the Democratic National Convention gave the wrong network identification for Stuart Varney. Varney is a Fox Business Network host who was substituting for Fox News' Neil Cavuto when he made the remarks quoted in the story.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 2016 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Staff Writer
D.L. Hughley on racism D.L. Hughley and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly had a good ol' row Wednesday night over the tense relationship between police and the African American community in the aftermath of recent police shootings. "I don't know a black man that hasn't had a run-in with police," said the comic. He cited an FBI report that found police departments were "rife" with white supremacists. Kelly suggested Hughley was painting "an entire group with the same brush based on the bad actions of a few. " Hughley was upset.
NEWS
July 8, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
YOU DON'T make it all the way through the Miss America competition and Stanford University without a bit of toughness. That grit will be put to the test in Gretchen Carlson 's lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes , one of the most powerful men in broadcasting. Carlson sued Ailes on Wednesday in Bergen County, N.J., where Ailes owns a home, claiming she was fired after she refused his sexual advances and complained about harassment in the workplace. Carlson, the 1989 Miss America and former host of Fox & Friends , had worked at Fox News for 11 years.
NEWS
June 30, 2016
By Rick Santorum It was the early evening of Monday, July 13, 2015. I was sitting in CNN's crowded Washington greenroom preparing to be interviewed by Wolf Blitzer and watching Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker declare his candidacy for president. There I sat, the runner-up for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, watching another accomplished rival declare his intention to run, yet everyone in the room wanted to talk to me about one thing: Donald J. Trump. Trump had just declared his candidacy and, unbeknownst to us, would take on war hero John McCain, Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and anyone else who got in his way in the weeks to follow.
NEWS
April 24, 2016
Fox News anchors Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum will preview Tuesday's primaries from the National Constitution Center on Sunday, in a town hall with undecided voters from 8 to 10 p.m.
NEWS
March 20, 2016 | By T.J. Rooney and Alan Novak
Ohio and Florida have spoken. Currents political analysts T.J. Rooney and Alan Novak look at the next steps in the campaign. ***** Rooney: What happens when Donald Trump gets to the convention remains to be seen. He may not have enough votes to secure the nomination on the first ballot, but the only thing that is certain is that in the political world of unpredictable people, places, and things, Trump ranks first in every category. Novak: What's next? Two things - Trump starts to show us whether he can be presidential and he starts to do things that the winner or presumptive winner of a primary does - and that's reach out. Trump will point out that he is performing well in open primaries - where Republicans, Democrats, and Independents can vote for any candidate.
NEWS
March 4, 2016 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, POLITICS WRITER
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who held a brief lead in the Republican presidential race before his campaign faded, told supporters in a statement Wednesday afternoon that he does not see "a political path forward" and will not attend Thursday's Fox News debate in Detroit. Carson did not formally suspend his campaign, and said he would speak about his political future Friday at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference near Washington. Still, the announcement was an acknowledgment that his candidacy is effectively over after poor finishes in the 11 states that held Republican nominating contests Tuesday.
NEWS
January 30, 2016 | By Maddie Hanna, TRENTON BUREAU
Donald Trump opened a Thursday rally coinciding with the final GOP debate before Monday's Iowa caucuses saying he wanted to be participating, "about five minutes away. " But he cast his absence as principled opposition: "When you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. " Angry over an escalating feud with debate host Fox News, Trump bowed out of the debate and held what his team called a "Special Event to Benefit Veterans Organizations" at a packed 775-seat auditorium at nearby Drake University instead.
NEWS
January 19, 2016
Republican Debate When: 9 p.m. Philadelphia time Jan. 28. Details: Fox News will host the debate, in Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 1: Iowa caucuses. Feb. 9: New Hampshire primary.
NEWS
December 21, 2015 | By Michael Smerconish
'Maybe this is the year we run the experiment?" I knew immediately what David Axelrod meant. And it wasn't the first time I'd heard the sentiment expressed while in Las Vegas to cover last week's Republican debate. We were sharing notes after the debate, awaiting an appearance on CNN. Axelrod spoke of the philosophical divide within the GOP as to whether the party is best served by nominating a pure conservative or a more pragmatic centrist. For many purists, history begins in 1980 with the nomination of Ronald Reagan.
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