Arguably the most significant political figure of his generation, Ailes transformed journalism, politics and the U.S. government.
To Democrats and liberals, he was a manipulator of the news who used his network to turn minor stories into scandals, ostensibly in service of his personal politics.
O’Reilly has been ousted, but the despicable strategy of orienting Fox “news” toward the nativist far right in the United States will continue.
The television host has been hit with allegations of sexual misconduct in the past, but this time he didn't emerge unscathed.
The right-wing TV personality might have done some battle with Donald Trump and Roger Ailes, but her views on race are thoroughly Fox News-y.
The national conversation about sexual assault that was reignited a week ago in relation to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s personal history has spread into cultural zones beyond politics, as the actress' tweets show.
Somewhere over the course of this utterly peculiar political year, there have been glimmers of a sea change in American sexual politics.
In light of the love fest over the Fox News anchor, we thought it worth remembering Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" takedowns of two of Kelly's more unfortunate rants, including her declaration that Santa Claus "just is white" and her "fair and balanced" approach to the news.
The other night I phoned a former GOP congressmen with whom I’d worked on legislation in the ’90s. I wanted his take on something: Are the presidential hopefuls really as weird as they seem?