The former president hasn’t been interviewed on the Rupert Murdoch-owned cable network in more than 100 days, and other Republicans often get the attention he once did.
As the host turned a civil war at Fox to his advantage, he found himself at the forefront of the nativist forces transforming conservative politics.
A string of setbacks made the pundit flee television, the Republican establishment and even his home. He re-emerged with what may be the most racist, and successful, show in the history of cable news.
The bill would ensure that victims have the option of suing in federal, state or tribal court, depriving perpetrators of a secretive process that can weigh heavily in their favor.
Roger Ailes understood the appeal Mr. Trump had for Fox viewers. He didn’t foresee how together they would redefine the limits of political discourse.
This is an opportunity for Chris Cuomo and CNN to show what accountability can look like in the #MeToo era.
Donna Brazile, a Democratic analyst, has left the Murdoch-owned network as some hosts and journalists who questioned Donald Trump have exited or been sidelined.
An extraordinary career for the man, a long defeat for his ideology.
The 2016 election was a referendum on many things, including what Americans thought a woman could do or be. Now it’s a question of what a man should be.
Fox News, the president’s favored network, will face enormous pressure to call the election for Mr. Trump. The outcome rests on a little-known 65-year-old wonk who will declare the winner.
In his new book, “Hoax,” Brian Stelter examines Fox’s role as a White House propaganda organ masquerading as conservative journalism.
For two days running, Neil Cavuto has warned that a drug taken by President Trump, hydroxychloroquine, carries risks. Some of his colleagues disagree.
Laura Ingraham backed President Trump after he said he was taking hydroxychloroquine, but Neil Cavuto warned viewers about the risks.