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“This North Korean propaganda is getting a little over the top."
The son of conservative media titan Rupert Murdoch is worried about growing threats to democratic principles.
"Isn't this something he said about himself?" asked one person on Twitter.
"Little bit like the policeman in that scene from ‘The Naked Gun’ when a rocket explodes in a fireworks factory."
The network exploited the Democratic National Committee staffer's murder and spread false conspiracy theories.
“There’s sunshine beaming throughout the place, and on almost every face," the Fox Business host said.
"Do you have a problem representing an industry that's addicting kids to nicotine?" Smith asked during the testy exchange.
The Fox Business host warned of the Jewish billionaire's financial "tentacles" pervading various organizations.
The former Democratic presidential nominee was mentioned in more than 90% of the Fox News host's shows since Donald Trump's inauguration.
Video of the exchange with the New England Patriots' Benjamin Watson is going viral.
The Fox News personality even played an excerpt from Winston Churchill's famous "blood, toil, tears and sweat," speech.
The small, family-owned network based in San Diego is challenging Fox News for conservative cable and satellite TV viewers.
The Fox News host questioned President Donald Trump's attempt to host Taliban leaders at Camp David just days before the anniversary of 9/11.
Andrew Napolitano predicts this isn't going to work out the way they're hoping.
The anchor wonders why the president can't simply apologize for his screw-up and move on.
Brian Kilmeade made a shock admission about a key Trump campaign promise.
“You know, Fox reviews everything. They're unbelievable.” The Fox News host was caught on a hot mic bashing her own network during an interview with Sebastian Gorka.
The Fox Business host began to trend on Twitter after making an extreme defense of the president.
The Fox News host also aired concerns she may be fired if she does anything else wrong.
"Our members are still waiting for the supposed greatness of this economy to reach their kitchen tables," Richard Trumka told Chris Wallace on Fox News.