"His word can never again get trusted given the fact that he consciously did not reveal this relationship,” Gerry Connolly said of Hannity.
"Maybe next time think a little bit more before you act or say something and just consider the person on the other side," Michael Brown said.
“Why is he going to media outlets that are fairly hostile to the president at this point?" Ingraham said.
As with other high-profile incidents involving violence in Syria that has been blamed on Assad, conspiracy theorists are calling the attack a hoax.
Tucker Carlson discussed the threat of pandas rather than the legal peril involving the president's inner circle.
"Their efforts are Stalinist, pure and simple," Ingraham said.
“This is not the graphic we are looking for. Hold off. Take that down please,” Howard Kurtz said.
Brian Stelter said the U.S. Mexico border crisis was manufactured.
"The sponsor boycott is not some spontaneous uprising by companies," O'Reilly said.
Back in 1984, Ingraham secretly recorded a confidential support group for gay students, and published a transcript in 'The Dartmouth Review'—complete with the names of the students at the meeting.
A site tracking 600 Twitter accounts linked to Russian influence operations recorded a 2,800 percent increase in the use of the hashtag #IStandWithLaura on Friday and Saturday.
Fox's prime-time lineup “preaches paranoia," Ralph Peters said.
Fox News is Trump’s propaganda arm—and both will do anything to boost ratings.
The Rich family has taken aggressive steps to fight back against conspiracy theories surrounding Seth’s murder.
A lawmaker said it was unlikely that a roommate would be unaware of the bombing plot while sharing a home with the suspected bomber.
The former president was skewered for his willingness to meet with leaders from Iran and North Korea. Not President Trump.
Trump Jr. on "Fox & Friends" bashed the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Watters, who on Monday had dinner with President Donald Trump—himself the target of sexual harassment allegations by more than a dozen women—joins an ignominious list of prominent Fox News men connected to salacious claims.
"Evangelicals knew they weren't voting for an altar boy," Robert Jeffress said.
Now, in the wake of Weinstein, #MeToo and Donald Trump, anecdotal evidence suggests that Daniels is not alone in abandoning the nondisclosure agreement.
Carlson said the series will take a look at the "largely ignored disaster" that is the lack of messaging around male empowerment.
Don Lemon said he shouldn't have used Hope Hicks's resignation to point out that Fox News buries stories that are unflattering to President Donald Trump or his White House. "I mean, that was a bad example. And so apologies for that," he said.
Hannity invited his audience into the parallel universe that constitutes Fox News prime time programming.