TV & Film
Diana Falzone, Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky rebuked Hannity for "all but begging his network to rehire an accused sexual predator."
The former Fox News host can't be involved with the movie about Roger Ailes' sexual misconduct scandal, due to the terms of her settlement.
Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie also star in the film about the Roger Ailes sexual harassment scandal at Fox News.
Culture & Arts
In the Showtime series, the actress portrays Laurie Luhn, a Fox News staffer who alleged decades of abuse at the hands of the late CEO Roger Ailes.
Three years after she sued Roger Ailes for sexual harassment, Carlson is still fighting the problems she confronted at Fox News.
Carlson also explained why he now feels "like the contents of my head have been emptied."
“Fox has a reputation for being bigoted and racist, all for very good reason,” Eboni K. Williams told “The Breakfast Club” radio show.
“We’re way past politics. It’s war.”
Christian Bale is shaking.
The "Gladiator" star portrays Ailes in a Showtime series slated for 2019.
The "New Day" anchor says that women at Fox News were subjected to emotional harassment and bullying.
Kidman would star opposite of Charlize Theron, who is set to play Megyn Kelly.
Exclusive: Kimberly Guilfoyle Left Fox News After Investigation Into Misconduct Allegations, Sources Say
Sources tell HuffPost that Guilfoyle, who is dating Donald Trump Jr., engaged in emotionally abusive behavior and showed colleagues personal photos of male genitalia.
Shine resigned from Fox last year after reportedly attempting to cover up sexual harassment complaints.
The film has reportedly been in the works since before the former network CEO's death last year.
A New York Times report detailed the agreement the network reached with multiple plaintiffs, including anchor Kelly Wright.
For years, Donald Trump has always been jumping to the defense of bad men.
Some of Tom Brokaw’s female colleagues are signing a letter defending the news anchor as he faces allegations of sexual harassment.
High-powered men who lose their jobs after being accused of sexual misconduct can still score paychecks when they leave.
Janice Min dishes on the revealing dinner party with Steve Bannon and Roger Ailes that Michael Wolff writes about in “Fire and Fury.”