The conservative network has appeared hundreds of times in Russian media.
Jennifer Sey left Levi’s after her advocacy against school closures and mask mandates for children gained attention. She says it’s a matter of free speech. The company disagrees.
Enes Kanter Freedom has condemned human rights abuses in Turkey for years. Now he claims the N.B.A. is blackballing him as he focuses on abuses in China.
Not since “Freaks and Geeks” has the director of “Bridesmaids” been so involved in a network TV show. It’s just one reason this small-town comedy felt right.
The unscripted insult came from a president who is no stranger to having his words accidentally overheard.
The actor, who is accused of directing two brothers to mildly attack him, and then reporting it as a hate crime, took the stand at his criminal trial on charges related to the 2019 assault.
The assistant director, Dave Halls, had previously told a detective that he should have more thoroughly checked the gun before Alec Baldwin handled it, according to an affidavit.
In an interview, the actor discusses leaving “Chicago Med” for her soapy new Fox drama about a powerful Black community on Martha’s Vineyard. “I can carry a show,” she said. “It’s time.”
The broadcast networks’ premiere week returns after a pandemic hiatus. Here’s what there is to see, from a new version of “The Wonder Years” to the latest addition to the “NCIS”verse.
Roselyn Sánchez leads this Fox reboot of the beloved ABC series, playing a grandniece of Ricardo Montalbán’s white-suited steward of a mystical isle.
The outlandish emergencies of “9-1-1” and “9-1-1: Lone Star” are oddly comforting in a terrifying time.
The company was responding to a motion filed by Fox that argued that mentions of Smartmatic were part of its reporting on a newsworthy event.
Three ways out of America’s infodemic.
What does a TV critic do when he’s laid up for six weeks? Tracks down the shows he missed the first time around.
Dominion Voting Systems, an election technology company, accused the news channel of advancing lies that devastated its reputation and business.
The new deals with broadcasters and streaming services pave the way for team owners to add a 17th regular season game to the schedule and to recoup revenue lost with reduced fan attendance in 2020.
A genre of sitcom argues that being kind doesn’t make you a chump.
As series roll out after pandemic delays, they’re trying to predict what audiences want: Television that reflects our shared Covid reality? Or that provides a distraction from it?
John Slattery stars as an irascible former tech titan in the new Fox drama. In a conversation, he discusses artificial intelligence, Emmy disappointment and life as a middle-aged sex symbol.
The C.D.C. and leading experts have concluded, using different scientific methods, that as many as 90 percent of Americans are still vulnerable to infection.
“If the leader comments, I’ll be sure to pass it along,” said a spokesman for Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader. As of Tuesday afternoon, there was nothing to pass along.
About 17 million tuned in on the Republican convention’s first night, compared with 19.7 million for the Democrats. Close to half of TV viewers at 10 p.m. were watching Fox News.
Fox and Disney, which owns ESPN and ABC, prepare to take another hit from a pandemic that has already affected them with shutdowns and delays.
We may not know the results for days, and maybe weeks. So it’s time to rethink “election night.”
The president again tried to defend his own mental fitness for office — and disparage Joe Biden’s — by frequently repeating a memory sequence: “Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.”
Anger at lockdowns and mask mandates provides fertile ground for arguments about the best way to fight the virus.
Rescuers were searching Lake Piru in Ventura County for the 33-year-old actress late Wednesday night.
He can’t beat her coronavirus.
Fox News anchors conceded that injecting disinfectant would be “poisonous.” But Rush Limbaugh and Breitbart defended Trump.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a heart surgeon and television personality, said he “misspoke” on Fox News when he said that reopening schools “might be a trade-off some folks would consider.”
Following President Trump’s lead, many commentators have played down fears.