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Pinkerton: The Bill Shine I Know

News stories report that President Trump has asked Bill Shine, the former Fox News co-president, to come aboard the White House staff.  Shine’s new job, at least in part, would be to direct communications. This news might not strike some observers as a very big deal. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 12: Economist Nouriel Roubini, anchorwoman Trish Regan, and Bill Shine attend the book party for Bremmer's book, 'Superpower: Three Choices For America's Role In The World' on May 12, 2015 at DBGB Kitchen in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for TIME)

Sarah Palin: Andrew Breitbart Helped Me Defend Myself When Fox News Wouldn’t Let Me on Air After Giffords Shooting

The late Andrew Breitbart helped Sarah Palin defend herself when Fox News Channel’s former Chairman Roger Ailes denied her the opportunity to respond on air to the media’s false accusations framing her for inciting the attempted assassination of former Congresswoman Gabrielle “Gabby” Giffords (D-AZ) in the days immediately following the 2011 Tucson mass shooting incident.

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Gretchen Carlson Reveals New Sexual Harassment Claims, Encourages Other Women to Speak Up

In the wake of sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson — largely credited with helping other female victims of sexual harassment break from their silence — has revealed several new accounts of sexual harassment she experienced throughout her career in the limelight.

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‘Law & Order: SVU’ to Tackle Charlottesville Riots, Charlie Gard

The upcoming season of Law & Order: SVU is set to tackle hot-button political topics, including this month’s violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the story of Charlie Gard, the Britain-born baby whose parents fought and ultimately failed to secure him experimental legal care in the United States.

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Liberal Journalists get Nasty, Make Jokes After Roger Ailes’ Death

Liberal journalists reacted with nastiness and glee Thursday to news of the death of former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, using his death to make cheap jokes and hot takes to pick up likes and retweets from their left-wing colleagues and followers.

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Roger Ailes Has Died

Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report has announced that Roger Ailes, former CEO of Fox News, has died at 77 years old.

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Bill Shine Leaves Fox News

Bill Shine, who served as co-president of Fox News after Roger Ailes’ ouster, will part ways with the cable news network.

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 12: Economist Nouriel Roubini, anchorwoman Trish Regan, and Bill Shine attend the book party for Bremmer's book, "Superpower: Three Choices For America's Role In The World" on May 12, 2015 at DBGB Kitchen in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for TIME)

Report: Feds ‘Widen’ Investigation into Fox News

The federal investigation into Fox News currently being conducted by the Justice Department has expended to include the assistance of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, according to a report.

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EXCLUSIVE – Clinton Sex Accusers Slam ‘Hypocritical’ Media over Bill O’Reilly Coverage

Speaking to Breitbart News, the victims of Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual assault — Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and Paula Jones – blasted the news media for widely dismissing their own accusations while hailing the recent sexual harassment charges against Bill O’Reilly that led to the former television host’s dismissal from Fox News last week.

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Pinkerton: Before Trump Nation, There Was Fox Nation: Fox News After Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly

An era has come to an end at Fox News. The departure, last year, of Roger Ailes, its founder and CEO for two decades, and the departure, this year, of Bill O’Reilly, its biggest star for two decades, means that Fox will be changing. What’s said of politics is also true of TV: Personnel is policy. Tell me the names of those who are making the decisions about programming, and the names of those who are actually doing the shows, and I’ll tell you, in turn, about the network. But first, let’s take a closer look at the country—at least its presidential voting patterns—pre-Fox and post-Fox.

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Megyn Kelly Leaving Fox News for NBC

Megyn Kelly will leave her position as one of Fox News’ top anchors to take on a role at NBC News, according to a report.

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Steve Bannon: I Warned Roger Ailes that Megyn Kelly Would Turn On Him

Newly appointed White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon chided Fox News in an interview Friday, claiming the cable news network’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election was just as bad as that of progressive media outlets and predicting the conservative-oriented outlet would move toward a more “centrist” approach in the coming years.

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