Bill O'Reilly

During an interview on Sean Hannity’s radio show, Bill O’Reilly continued his crusade against those living in poverty by saying it does not exist.
The right-wing personalities have a head-spinning chat about poor Americans on Hannity's radio show.
Twitter users unloaded on the former Fox News host for one of his most tone-deaf comments yet.
President Donald Trump now admits to sending his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to Ukraine to coerce a foreign government to investigate his potential political opponent Joe Biden. Trump had previously denied any involvement in Giuliani’s trips to Ukraine.
After Andrew Yang dropped out of the presidential race, Bill O’Reilly tried to taunt him, but ended up crashing and burning.
The former Fox News host's attempt to mock universal basic income becomes an uncomfortable reminder of his own history.
The disgraced former Fox News host's snap with his dog is going viral for the wrong reasons.
"Go back on Fox," the conservative host told his disgraced ex-colleague, who was fired amid sexual misconduct allegations in 2017.
The former Fox News host boosted a get-rich-quick company that promised to make you a millionaire and stop cancer, too.
The Democratic presidential candidate brought some receipts to his argument with the disgraced former Fox News host.
The former Fox News host got called out over his latest defense of the president.
O'Reilly left the conservative network in 2017 amid a sexual harassment scandal.
The former Fox News host's attempt to mock the "radical left" doesn't go as planned.
Fox News apologized for Pirro’s Omar comments, but hasn’t answered for the years of Islamophobia on its programs.
Former Fox News host's Super Bowl complaint backfires spectacularly.
The disgraced former Fox News host is still simmering over the Brett Kavanaugh hearings.
Someone has given a Me Too twist to a portrait of Trump that is hanging in the White House.
“President Trump could stop this policy with a phone call,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Friday.
Alan Dershowitz, Anthony Scaramucci and Bill O'Reilly all spoke out against the practice on Monday.
For years, Donald Trump has always been jumping to the defense of bad men.