Abby Grossberg says she was misled by Fox lawyers who prepared her to testify in the defamation lawsuit. Fox News says she's revealed confidential information and has sued her.
Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch says the brand is strong. Fox News faces a blockbuster defamation lawsuit over its repeated broadcasting of baseless election-fraud claims in 2020.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Georgia House is set to pass a 2024 budget that increases investment in law enforcement and public safety, including funds to address concerns in Buckhead. Meanwhile, opponents of the planned Atlanta police training center are accusing police of heavy-handed tactics.
After Fox News projected Joe Biden would beat Donald Trump in the key state of Arizona, network stars turned on their own journalists, documents made public in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit show.
Evidence in Dominion Voting System's $1.6 billion defamation suit against Fox News has cast the network, its stars and its executives in a harsh light. Ex-Fox journalists say they're not surprised.
Could Fox News lose a $1.6 billion lawsuit? Outside media lawyers say the network is in real legal jeopardy if the case goes to trial next month. Fox argues a loss would hurt other news outlets too.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Fox News hosts spread election conspiracies they knew were false. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is trying to overturn laws that shield journalists from lawsuits. In Georgia, reporters battle the state's open record process. Our panel speaks on the problems facing the press.
Under oath in a $1.6 billion defamation case, Murdoch says he wishes Fox News had been "stronger in denouncing" false claims of election fraud. Fox says the lawsuit threatens journalists' free speech.
A woman who put forth election-fraud claims that even she described as "pretty wackadoodle" was a source for baseless claims aired by Fox News in 2020. The network is now being sued for defamation.
After the 2020 election, Fox News repeatedly aired claims of election fraud even though its stars and executives said, behind the scenes, those claims were "ludicrous," "bs" and "nonsense."
Fox News stars, including Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, privately derided then-President Donald Trump's assertion he'd been cheated of victory in 2020, even as the network amplified such claims.
Delaware Judge Eric M. Davis, known for his poker face, is overseeing both Dominion Voting Systems' lawsuit against Fox News and a similar case against the conservative TV network Newsmax.
In a lawsuit, an ex-staffer alleges the late Fox News chief Roger Ailes, shown above, sexually abused her for years. She is also suing former top Fox executive Bill Shine, alleging he enabled Ailes.
The Fox News host attacked the minor brand changes as "woke" and declared that M&M's wouldn't stop until "you're totally turned off." Maya Rudolph will replace the cartoons as M&M's spokeswoman.
Disproven claims about Donald Trump's loss in 2020, many debunked in real time by Fox's own reporters, are part of Fox News' defense against a $1.6 billion lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems.