Tucker Carlson spoke out publicly for the first time since Fox News gave him the boot.
In a shocking announcement, the right-wing host is leaving Fox News. Here’s a look at some of his most repugnant moments on his prime-time show.
The "MediaBuzz" host also railed against other media organizations for their coverage of the case, claiming they were "aiding Dominion."
Despite its $787.5 million defamation deal with Dominion this week, the right-wing network faces another legal challenge involving 2020 election lies.
Welcome to the “find out” stage of Fox’s 2020 election coverage.
A Delaware judge allowed a jury to decide whether the conservative network aired the claims with actual malice, the standard for proving libel.
While ex-President Donald Trump spewed lies at CPAC, Fox News posted a graphic saying that voting companies have denied allegations of cheating during the 2020 election.
Discovery in the case could reveal bombshell messages among the Trump White House, Fox personalities, and even Rupert Murdoch.
Some far-right news organizations are now issuing on-air retractions of their vote fraud claims against electronic voting system companies, Smartmatic and Dominion.
Former CEO Patrick Byrne is named in a separate billion-dollar defamation lawsuit.