Donald Trump skipped the debate stage typically relished by presidential candidates on Wednesday and instead appeared in an online interview peppered with his election lies, attacks on his rivals and lavish praise for the crowd of supporters he spoke to before they stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
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.
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.
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.
Friday on Political Rewind: Mirroring conservative leadership nationwide, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is calling for an audit of University System spending on diversity, equity and inclusion programs. Plus, Brad Raffensperger tells reporters disinformation is the greatest threat to democracy.
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.
Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News and its parent company Fox Corp. for knowingly airing false claims that its machines rigged the 2020 election against then-President Donald Trump.
Abby Grossberg, a producer for Tucker Carlson and Maria Bartiromo, alleges Fox News attorneys coerced her to lie under oath in a defamation case against the network. Fox fired her on Friday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson and others are being grilled under oath in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News for spreading lies about a voting tech company's role in the 2020 elections.