Fox News on Wednesday announced plans to introduce a new show to its afternoon lineup, “Outnumbered,” which will air weekdays at noon and feature a "rotating ensemble of four female hosts and one male host," according to ?Media Bistro. Townhall’s News Editor and Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich will be part of the rotating cast of panelists.
Last night before the Superbowl, Fox News Bill O'Reilly interviewed President Obama and didn't shy away from tough topics like Benghazi or the IRS scandal.
As the Broncos were getting pummeled yesterday on Fox Sports, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took an swipe at Fox News for continuing their coverage and investigation into the 9/11 Benghazi terror attack.
According to a new poll from ?Public Policy Polling, a left leaning outlet, Fox News has been voted the most trusted network for the third year in a row.
Earlier this week in the New Yorker, President Obama suggested his approval ratings are down because America is full of racists. Now in bonus excerpts from the same article by David Remnick show President Obama blaming his failures on Fox News while accusing the network, conservative media and Rush Limbaugh of turning him into a "caricature."
Gabe Sherman's recently released unauthorized biography of Fox News President Roger Ailes has turned out just like other hit piece books: as a failure.
Fox News chief Roger Ailes released a book recently and has been on a promotion tour.
Townhall's Katie Pavlich will be filling in for Sean Hannity tonight at 10 p.m.
Fox News' Jesse Watter's hits the streets with some Christmas trivia.