The television hosts have butted heads in the past.
Tomi Lahren has given her unique take on the Tide Pod Challenge.
Now the most popular prime time host on Fox News, Carlson is also the staunchest defender of President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies.
Bill Kristol slammed the Fox News host, saying "one of the most gifted" young reporters was overseeing a show that is "close now to racism."
Republicans said the text messages indicate a conspiracy against Trump at the highest levels of law enforcement.
A survey found that Trump's approval rating among black Americans has not doubled—it has actually dropped.
Many other news organizations were stalking the story, including the Daily Beast, Slate, ABC's "Good Morning America,” and, apparently, Fox News.
Fox News defends Trump’s alleged “shithole” comment.
"It's not even emblematic of something that might be, perhaps, demographically pursuing justice," Fox News co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
A Hollywood campaign to help women fight sexual harassment is a "craven attempt by Hollywood leftists" to politic against Trump, said Laura Ingraham.
Twitter did not hesitate to clap back against the conservative after her weed fearmongering.
Peters praised Haley for standing up to United Nations criticism but also cautioned against making threats “you’re not prepared to carry out.”
Moral of the story: Don't let your white parents spend the holidays watching Fox News.
The president still supports his favorite cable news channel.
The plan involves Al Franken, Roy Moore and Megyn Kelly.
He also condemned the network's use of "selective clips ... edited and shaped to promote a certain story."
"Outnumbered" host Harris Faulkner called out Fox News for its hypocrisy on sexual harassment.
The six Middle Eastern men arrested in Arizona after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in 2015 — an incident right-wing blogs and news outlets used to highlight the need for border control and to stoke terrorism fears – were victims, not terrorists.