Roger Ailes wants his network to tack closer to the political center and be less inflammatory, reports Howard Kurtz in Newsweek. Skepticism abounds
Carlson and Van Susteren spar over the media's coverage of Mike Tyson's sexually explicit comments about Mama Grizzly
Followers of Fox News' political Twitter feed started their Fourth with a shock: Six tweets reporting the fake news that President Obama was assassinated. How did this happen?
The political analyst gets indefinitely suspended for calling the president a "d*ck" on Morning Joe. Is that a "wild overreaction"?
The former MSNBC host brought his show — and combative style — to a new network Monday night, in a much-dissected debut
The Fox News host is leaving his TV show at month's end, and betting that his fans will follow him to a subscription-based online network
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- The most sensible GOP alternative to ObamaCare comes from a Senate candidate who is almost sure to lose
- Did the media get Ferguson wrong?
- Did Republicans overshoot on the Ebola panic?
- 'Having it all' has officially jumped the shark
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