Thursday's 90-minute meeting was a hard-to-explain event in Georgia that pitted struggling Republican presidential hopeful Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis against Democratic rival California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who may or may not seek the presidency in four years.
In a live appearance on Fox News, Tim Scott announced he is suspending his bid for the GOP nomination.
Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as chair of his media empire, which includes Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post. He is handing the reins to his son Lachlan.
The first Republican debate of the 2024 election cycle is in the books. Without the front-runner onstage, each candidate had the opportunity to grab the spotlight, though some had more of an impact.
The first Republican primary debate, in Milwaukee on Wednesday, will give many Americans the first chance to hear from the GOP presidential candidates, but the party's frontrunner won't be there.
Preston Padden helped Rupert Murdoch launch the Fox broadcast network in the 1990s. Now he argues Murdoch has proved unfit to hold the license for a Philadelphia station.
Jesse Watters, who has worked, smirked, and opined for Fox his entire professional career, takes the reins on Monday of Fox News' 8 p.m. weekday show, permanently replacing fired star Tucker Carlson.
Trump supporter and Jan. 6 protester Ray Epps sued Fox News over statements by former star Tucker Carlson that placed Epps at the center of the violent siege on the U.S. Capitol.
Ex-producer Abby Grossberg alleged Tucker Carlson created a workplace defined by bigotry and sexism. Her case factored into Carlson's ouster from Fox News and the settlement of another major lawsuit.
Geraldo Rivera leaves Fox News. He was a war correspondent, a host, a Trump supporter and, in his later years, an unexpected voice of reason — but above all, he was a showman.
The fired Fox News host announced he is bringing his show to Twitter, owned by Elon Musk, "soon." His lawyers reportedly have sent threatening letters to Fox to let him out of his contract.
When Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch addressed investors on Tuesday, he did not apologize for the events that led to a $787 million settlement over the broadcasting of election-related falsehoods.
A former senior booker for Tucker Carlson Tonight sued Fox News for downplaying her claims of misogyny. That lawsuit names Carlson, among others, as responsible.
Fox News announced in an abrupt statement it will "part ways" with longtime host Tucker Carlson, seen by many as the face of the network's brand. The star figured prominently in the Dominion lawsuit.
Monday on Political Rewind: The New York Times reported on testimony alleging Donald Trump took part in a discussion about plans to access sensitive election data in Coffee County. Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp will not attend the state GOP convention, another sign of his disapproval with the political party.