Newsmax TV chief Christopher Ruddy predicted that his network will overtake Fox News, and said an initial public offering is possible: "Fox News primetime is more right-wing than anything on Newsmax TV."
Wealthy philanthropist George Soros is the subject of one movie claiming he is a heroic figure, and another that portrays him as a radical leftist who is a danger to traditional American values.
Fox News Media, the parent of Fox News, features three Christmas movies for the first time on it streaming service, Fox Nation.
There was a coordinated effort by left-wing groups of evangelicals to convince faithful Republicans that Donald Trump was unworthy of their vote—and those efforts paid off.
Unbiased news outlets are a thing of the past, and that's a good thing, some conservatives argue. Donald Trump getting nearly half the votes was a "a middle finger" to the mainstream media, said Dinesh D'Souza.
Conservatives are predicting that "cancel culture" will be a long-term problem now that Joe Biden has seemingly benefited from practice.
Bryan Nerren was on his way to deliver money to needy children in Nepal when he was taken by Indian authorities, setting in motion a cat-and-mouse game of international diplomacy involving President Trump and Prime Minister Modi.
Production on "Reagan," a movie about Ronald Reagan's life that is shooting in Oklahoma, has been halted after several crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
While Twitter's actions had little impact on the reach of the story, data shows that Facebook's suppression of the article caused it to reach roughly half the readers that major anti Trump scoops did.
Joe Biden was turned into the Swamp Thing on a billboard that was hijacked by secret conservative group in Hollywood.
Young, Black conservatives are not only a force to be reckoned with, they could be President Donald Trump's secret weapon. Here are eight of them who should make Joe Biden's supporters nervous.
A new show called "Tuttle Twins" from VidAngel, a streaming service previously sued by major Hollywood studios, will attack socialism and promote freedom.
Elizabeth Kennedy-Ryzewicz speaks to Newsweek about the anti-abortion documentary "Divided Hearts of America."
Dinesh D'Souza's new documentary, "Trump Card," delves into the allegations the president made against Joe Biden's son at the debate and excoriates the Democratic party for flirting with socialism.
Southern Baptists are changing their names while Christian Colleges are creating scholarships in the name of George Floyd in a rush to embrace BLM: "This is the No. 1 divide in evangelicalism in 100 years."
Dennis Quaid spoke to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the importance of wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic. Now the actor is accusing the press of needlessly politicizing the conversation.
"America's Forgotten" explores the human costs attributed to illegal immigration: "Due to the possible political backlash all credits have been voluntarily withheld by the crew of this film."
Facebook accused of canceling advertising for an event about "cancel culture" starring Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager.
Disney is in a war of words with lawmakers, shareholders and human-rights activists over its handling of Mulan.
Amid market turmoil, Maria Bartiromo, the anchor at Fox Business Network, talks stocks, politics and punk rock in a Q&A with Newsweek
My Pillow creator Michael Lindell threatens CNN with legal redress over Anderson Cooper's Oleandrin interview, according to a letter exclusively obtained by Newsweek.
Conservative stars like Ben Shapiro and Stephen Miller were making waves at a young age; meet the dozen who are following in their footsteps.
Donald Trump's lengthy nomination-acceptance speech drew a smaller audience than Joe Biden's similar speech last week, though Fox News set another record.
As celebrities attack Tucker Carlson and Fox News, at least three entertainers are risking he wrath of Hollywood liberals by defending the controversial host.
The Daily Wire, the conservative media organization co-founded by Ben Shapiro, is getting more likes, shares and comments on Facebook than any other outlet.
Monday evening marked the highest rated first night of a convention for an individual cable network, Fox News said.
Viewership for the convention in which Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination fell from 2016, when Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination.
Initial data suggests the broadcast TV audience for the Democratic National Convention is about half what it was four years ago.
The hype surrounding the Democrat's virtual convention hasn't led to large viewership, with ratings off 50 percent from four years ago.