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Bill O'Reilly bashes Michele Bachmann

Fox's Bill O'Reilly criticizes Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann for her comments on President Obama's White House perks.


Fox News's Roger Ailes backtracks on error rate

Last April, Fox News chief Roger Ailes stood before an audience at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and declared, “[In] 15 years we have never taken a story down because it was wrong. You can’t say that about CNN, CBS or the New York Times.” The Erik Wemple Blog, among other outlets, went all archival on the guy, citing instances when Fox News had to correct itself for various falsehoods and distortions, such as vest-wearing deer, Geraldo at war and the tilting Washington Monument.


Fox News Ratings Hit 12-Year Demo Lows In January Cable News Figures

... But, as rival MSNBC was quick to point out, and BuzzFeed was quick to trumpet, Fox News had its worst prime time ratings in the coveted 25-54 demographic since August 2001, and its lowest total day ratings since June 2008.


CNN chief Walton to leave network

Jim Walton

CNN Worldwide President Jim Walton said on Friday that he was leaving the once-dominant cable news network, which has struggled in the ratings in recent years, on December 31.


Fox News fires 'Fox Mole' at Gawker

Fox Mole

Fox News says it has fired an associate producer after learning he was the "Fox Mole" hired by the news blog Gawker. The network said Joe Muto, who worked on "The O'Reilly Factor" and said he had been working at Fox News since 2004, was identified and fired. Fox said it was "continuing to explore legal recourse against Mr. Muto and possibly others."


Rick Santorum: Fox Is 'Shilling' For Mitt Romney

Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum accused Fox News of "shilling" for Mitt Romney during an interview with Fox's Brian Kilmeade on Tuesday morning."The man has had a ten-to-one money advantage," Santorum said of Romney on the radio show "Kilmeade & Friends.""He's had all the organizational advantage. He has Fox News shilling for him every day -- no offense, Brian, but I see it -- and yet, he can't seal the deal because he just doesn't have the goods to be able to motivate the Republican base and win this election."


Fox News Breaks With Reality And Goes All Red Dawn To Smear Occupy Wall Street

Fox News Breaks With Reality And Goes All Red Dawn To Smear Occupy Wall Street

The 1980s are back on Fox News today where Fox and Friends made the claim today that Occupy Wall Street was really organized by the Red Army of socialists that has infiltrated the Democratic Party.

Senh: There goes those keywords - extremist, socialist. C'mon, guys. What about their beloved Tea Party that they gave so much loving coverage to during the last couple of years? Now that Democrats have their counter to the Tea Party, Fox News tries to discredit them.


Geraldo flees ‘Occupy Wall St.’ as protesters chant, ‘Fox News lies!’

Unless it’s a tea party rally, Fox News and American protests don’t seem to mix well. Host Geraldo Rivera decided to go down to the Occupy Wall Street protests Sunday afternoon and ended up having an unpleasant experience. Protesters immediately surrounded Rivera and his network’s cameras and began shouting “Fox News Lies!” After a few minutes, Rivera decided to leave. His departure was cheered by protesters, who sang “Hey, hey, hey, goodbye!”

Senh: Democrats now has their very own sub-party to counter Republicans' Tea Party.


MSNBC chief lauds Sharpton but no job offer yet

MSNBC's possible hiring of the Rev. Al Sharpton doesn't represent a conflict of interest for the cable channel, its president said.


Glenn Beck has last Fox News Channel show

Glenn Beck has last Fox News Channel show

Glenn Beck said goodbye to Fox News Channel on Thursday, airing his final show before going into business for himself. He told his fans that he was determined "to his last breath" to fix this country....


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