They went all-in on the Big Lie and we now have the receipts that they knew what they were doing.
The network’s longtime weekend anchor couldn’t take it anymore.
A national nightmare that may not have changed many minds.
Whether the delusions of a madman or a deliberate scheme to poison the waters, there’s cause for concern.
What is more concerning, speculation and war games, or the words of POTUS?
A clip from Trump’s Axios interview shows a man who really does not understand what is going on.
A non-exhaustive tour of Trump’s utterances on the pandemic since January.
The longtime anchor is leaving the network, ostensibly at his request.
Jake Tapper and Chris Wallace both put Administration surrogates through the ringer on their respective Sunday morning shows.
Fox News Channel in general, and Fox And Friends in particular, have become nothing but a propaganda network for the White House and the President.
Kirsten Gillibrand has dropped out of a Presidential race few people realized she was in.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has signed on with Fox News Channel to continue her career of lying on behalf of the President.
Even when it comes from his favorite propaganda network, Donald Trump doesn’t like bad news.
So far at least, appearing on Fox News Channel does not appear to be hurting the candidates who’ve done it with Democratic voters.
President Trump isn’t pleased that a news network that has generally been his own personal propaganda network is reaching out to Democrats.
Passing up an opportunity that other Democrats are taking, Elizabeth Warren is declining to appear on Fox News Channel. This seems like an unwise decision.
As it has since 2007, the Democratic National Committee is barring Fox News from hosting a debate featuring the party’s candidates for President.
The President will sign the bill to fund the government and avert another government shutdown, but in doing so he’ll also lay the groundwork for another showdown with Congress.
Negotiations to avert another shutdown appear to have stalled over the weekend with just four days left to go before funding runs out.
President Trump’s speech on the border wall and the shutdown was fact-free, misleading, and overall a bomb.
President Trump is claiming that he could use authority to declare a “national emergency” to build his wall even if Congress doesn’t authorize it.
Hope Hicks jumps from one pro-Trump venue to another.
In what appears to be a first, Judge Brett Kavanaugh took to the media to defend his nomination. Not surprisingly, he chose a friendly venue.
Based on their own rhetoric, it seems clear that Republicans don’t really care what Christine Blasey Ford has to say regarding what happened to her in 1982.
Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, who challenged Nancy Pelosi for a leadership spot in 2016, is telling supporters he’s running for President in 2020.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
Sean Hannity was Michael Cohen’s “secret client,” but it’s not clear that should matter to anyone.
Like many Presidents before him, Donald Trump wants a line-item veto. Getting there won’t be easy, nor should it be.
Donald Trump’s Secretary of State is refusing to defend his response to the violence in Charlottesville.
The final debate of 2016 didn’t draw as many viewers as the first Hillary v. Donald match-up, but it still drew a respectable number.
Last night’s debate, sadly, lived down to my expectations.
For better or worse, the third Presidential debate will largely be remembered for one thing.
Once again, the debate commission controlled by the two major parties is excluding third-party candidates from the Presidential debates.
Without Trump, the seventh Republican debate largely focused on Ted Cruz, who doesn’t seem to have done himself any favors. Donald Trump, meanwhile, will likely not pay any price at all for skipping the last pre-Iowa debate.
Even taking the fact that he is the Republican frontrunner into account, Donald Trump is getting a disproportionate amount of attention from the political media.
Donald Trump isn’t backing down from his post-debate meltdown, now the only question is what the polls will tell us when they come out.