As Democratic presidential candidates vie to maximize their media coverage, the question of whether candidates should hold a Fox News town hall has become a litmus test on the campaign trail. The most prominent candidate who has refused to participate is Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who
Glenn Greenwald and Tucker Carlson are from opposite ends of the political universe, but they seem to find some common ground on the topic of free speech. Greenwald, a newly minted Fox News contributor, appeared on Carlson’s program following an incident between Carlos Maza and
Ben Shapiro’s talk at The George Washington University revealed his feelings on Tucker Carlson’s recent monologue and the resulting split in the conservative commentariat.
How will the politics of the Kavanaugh protests affect votes at the ballot box this November?
Has the media landscape been unkind to pro-gun voices in the post-Parkland sphere?
The Russia probe has been politicized left and right by the media, with Special Counsel Robert Mueller often caught in the middle.
Bill O’Reilly is out at Fox News. This announcement, from 21st Century Fox, comes weeks after a New York Times report on the settlements of O’Reilly’s sexual harassment lawsuits. The Times had previously reported that FOX News settled five lawsuits, dating back to 2002, alleging