On Monday morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) did what he does best, which is preen for the cameras and make a couple of appearances on cable news shows. McCain made his way over to MSNBC's studio for an extended sit down with the Morning Joe crew.
During Wednesday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck flipped out over comments made by Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday when he stated Fox News was overly preoccupied with the use of the term "radical Islam" when discussing the Islamic State.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Friday morning, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told host Steve Doocy that there was an epidemic of non-citizens illegally voting due to the immigration actions made by President Obama.
Republicans are outraged that Christian murdering and enslaving for God should be compared to ISIL murdering and enslaving for God
This past week on Fox, we saw fake apologies, complete flip-flops on how the network views terrorist propaganda, anger over movie heroines and quasi-racist country songs.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released January's jobs report and, as has been the case for some time now, the news was good. The economy added 257,000 jobs during the month.
In the early running for single stupidest news segment of 2015, Fox & Friends brought on a conservative activist to make the case that Hollywood is emasculating the men in this country by placing too many female characters as the heroes in movies.
During Sunday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Charles Payne outlandishly claimed that the United States "saved the planet" and moved a billion people into the middle class by engaging in war across the globe.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed that 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could have possibly defeated President Obama in 2012 if he "had made Benghazi a bigger issue."
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani used the terrorist attack on a French newspaper to insist that the United States needs to have a police presence inside all Muslim places of worship.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning, retired US Air Force general and current Fox News contributor Tom McInerney claimed "political correctness" caused the terror attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in France and New York City's "communist mayor" would set the stage for another one in the United States.
Shubhranshu Choudhary says "Journalism has to become everyone's business," but Fox News says journalism is nobody's business, including, especially, their own
Fox "News" has been slowly sliding into bat-guano-crazy territory ever since protests erupted following Michael Brown's killing in Ferguson on August 9, 2014. After more incidents of Cops Gone Wild, more people took to the streets. Fox "News" pushed back harder.
During Wednesday morning's episode of Fox & Friends, Peter Johnson, Jr. and Tucker Carlson said the Department of Justice investigation into Michael Brown's death was discredited because they "sought advice" from radical Ferguson protester and livestreamer Bassem Masri.
Will's most egregious sin may have been his "attacking and dismissing rape victims" but climate denialism and ethical lapses also dogged him
Friday Fox Follies examines The Colbert Report's goodbye, Bill O'Reilly declaring victory in the War on Christmas and Megyn Kelly's awkward encounter with President Obama.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, Reverend Jacques Degraff, a Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor, shredded host Elisabeth Hasselbeck for arguing that black Americans lives have been made more difficult by President Obama.
Since hitting the cable dial in 1996, Fox "News" Channel values have been on full display: Anti-truth chief among them. Even when caught in flat-out lies, Fox "News" rarely issues apologies.
Fox News' resident psychiatrist and member of the network's 'Medical A-Team' Keith Ablow appeared on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning to discuss the possibility that Michael Brown's stepfather could be charged with inciting a riot.
Immigration reform is not just something the bishops want, says Cupich, but God himself. How successful will the GOP be saying 'no' to God?