Ailes' lawyer has represented figures like Hulk Hogan and Melania Trump.
The Murdochs have reportedly agreed to remove the network's CEO in response to a sexual harassment investigation.
This week the presidential circus rolled into Wisconsin, with Ted Cruz scoring a big victory against a stumbling Trump. New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman suggested those wobbles might be due to burnout. "People who know Trump say they've never seen him so tired," he wrote. Supporting evidence comes from modern science, as sleep deprivation symptoms include lack of judgment, inability to process basic information, irritability, mood swings and a paranoid tendency to spout conspiracy theories. Sound familiar? Trump's biggest contribution to the discourse might be as a cautionary tale about exhaustion, and the resulting consequences of lack of impulse control. And as the campaign heads to the city that never sleeps, I'll be heading west on a different campaign, to change the way we think about sleep -- that includes a college tour and a campaign against drowsy driving with Uber. In the meantime, all the candidates could do the electorate a favor and get some sleep.
Is Fox News on the brink of becoming (as Pinocchio might say) a "real news organization" instead of the wooden de facto propaganda wing of the Republican Party?
"Today," once the undisputed king of the morning talk show lineup, has been stuck in second place since the departure of
When I arrived around 7 p.m., O’Reilly was chatting up Alec Baldwin while Megyn Kelly was deep in conversation with CBS News
The controversial new biography of Roger Ailes is now a New York Times bestseller. Gabriel Sherman's "The Loudest Voice in
But when asked about the future of Fox News without Ailes, Sherman said he has doubts that a company "so built" on one man
Any casual Fox News viewer in 2012 could see how the network was pulling for Romney, either by hyping an out-of-context remark