The candy brand announced that Maya Rudolph would replace its promotional cartoon characters, which have been the focus of a partisan backlash.
Conversations between R.N.C. officials and television executives signal that the contours of the Republican nominating contest are shaping up.
Ms. Hardaway, who rose to fame with one of her sisters as half of a pro-Trump duo, died in North Carolina, according to former President Donald J. Trump.
C-SPAN, the low-fi cable network beloved by the Congressional cognoscenti, has gotten a major boost in attention for its coverage of the House floor, now the site of a political battle for the ages.
National Review has called the House leadership votes “an embarrassing spectacle.” Others have cheered it on.
On Wednesday, lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems shared some of the strongest evidence yet that some Fox employees knew what they broadcast about the claims was false.
Leaked emails detail how Russia’s biggest state broadcaster, working with the nation’s security services, mined right-wing American news and Chinese media to craft a narrative that Moscow was winning.
Lachlan Murdoch is set to be deposed on Monday, the latest in a flurry of activity in the high-stakes case.
Republicans have accepted his “textbook racism” for years.
Right-wing extremist violence in the U.S. is part of a global phenomenon. It should be treated that way.
Most election deniers who lost last week have conceded and did not claim fraud. That doesn’t absolve them from embracing Trump’s Big Lie in the first place.
Americans don’t want to share a living room with each other. We prefer to live and be entertained in ideological encampments.
Broadcasters face challenges as they approach the climax of an election season marked by disinformation and distrust.
Suzanne Scott remade Fox News Media into a lucrative consumer brand. But a $1.6 billion defamation suit against the company is testing her strategy and leadership.
The MSNBC anchor discusses the radicalization of Fox News, the past 14 years in wild news cycles and the G.O.P.’s hard-right turn.
The depositions are one of the clearest indications yet of how aggressively Dominion Voting Systems is moving forward with its suit against the media company.
Chris Stirewalt was part of a pivotal decision to declare Joe Biden the winner of Arizona in 2020. Now he’s speaking out about a network he says incites “black-helicopter-level paranoia and hatred.”
Judge Reinhart has faced a wave of criticism, disinformation and online threats over his involvement in the F.B.I.’s search.
The suit, filed by Dominion Voting Systems, could be one of the most consequential First Amendment cases in a generation.
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.
The network devoted little airtime to the speech on Tuesday by a former president its hosts often defend. Notably, it did go live with Mike Pence’s address.
The network will keep its usual prime-time lineup instead. Its sister network, Fox Business, will air the hearing.
The story of a 10-year-old girl in Ohio became the focus of a heated political debate that played out in the news media.
At Fox News, there was little drama over the decision to project Joseph R. Biden the winner of Arizona. But the relationship between Trump and the network was never the same.
Its sister network, the lower-rated Fox Business, will carry live coverage, while star prime-time hosts like Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity will proceed as usual.
This week’s upfronts, when the media industry sells its programming to advertisers, showed how much has changed in the past few years.
It is possible to opt out of far-right co-optation.
The Buffalo killings are an extreme expression of a worldview that has become increasingly central to the identity of the Republican Party.
The rise of Kathy Barnette in the state’s G.O.P. Senate race has divided the network’s stars, with some backing her and others going on the attack to help a rival, Dr. Mehmet Oz.
A big endorsement was decisive, but a cable news megaphone and a huge infusion of spending helped pave the way to victory.
It’s one thing when you’re selling breakfast cereal. It’s another thing when you’re selling news.
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.
A Times examination of the host’s career and singular influence at Fox News shows how his trajectory traces the transformation of American conservatism itself.
A promo for an upcoming Fox show describes a testosterone “calamity” among American men, along with an unlikely treatment.
Why we shouldn’t call critics of America’s “war” on Putin traitors
As he starts a new streaming show at CNN, the longtime TV anchor reflects on his decision to leave Fox News after 18 years.
Pierre Zakrzewski was killed outside of Kyiv, in the same incident that injured a Fox News correspondent, Benjamin Hall, who remains hospitalized.
Mr. Hall has been a longtime war correspondent who joined the network in 2015.
Some legal experts say it is time to draw a sharp line between protected speech and harmful disinformation.
John Hanick was on Konstantin Malofeev’s payroll after Mr. Malofeev’s backing of Crimean separatists led to sanctions, an indictment says.
G.O.P. leaders, while condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, were silent on comments made by the former president. Some figures on the right amplified them.
Fox News stars like Tucker Carlson questioned why Americans hated Vladimir Putin, and CNN showed Russian tanks and rockets in live war-zone dispatches.
He ran Walter Mondale’s 1984 presidential campaign, and later became a curmudgeonly pundit on conservative TV.
Comments made by the stars of the network’s prime-time opinion programs came in contrast to coverage by its correspondents reporting from Ukraine.
The special counsel implicitly acknowledged that White House internet data he discussed, which conservative outlets have portrayed as proof of spying on the Trump White House, came from the Obama era.
The latest alarmist claims about spying on Trump appeared to be flawed, but the explanation is byzantine — underlining the challenge for journalists in deciding what merits coverage.
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.