Trafalgar Group conducted a poll to see who Americans would prefer to spend Thanksgiving with—Dr. Anthony Fauci or podcaster-comedian Joe Rogan.
"Government leaks plague" an investigation into how conservative journalist James O'Keefe found himself in possession of a diary allegedly written by Ashley Biden, according to O'Keefe's attorneys.
Heroes of Liberty describes itself as a "slick and unapologetic conservative children's book imprint."
Bieber is being asked by the Human Rights Foundation chaired by Garry Kasparov to cancel a concert in Saudi Arabia due to its treatment of gays and women.
The NAACP is trying to get AT&T to dump One America News Network. On Monday, the phone giant heard from Black conservatives who are defenders of the right-wing network.
The authors and publisher of a book about COVID-19 filed a lawsuit claiming Sen. Elizabeth Warren engaged in illegal censorship when she wrote to Amazon's CEO.
The results differed significantly from a February Gallup poll that showed just 5.6 percent of U.S. adults of all ages are not "heterosexual or straight."
The streaming giant is under fire from the left for backing the comedian: his show has been slammed for demeaning LGBTQ and trans people.
Ronald Reagan's former home, known as the Western White House during his presidency, is surrounded by smoke and flames.
An exchange-traded fund called American Conservative values won't buy shares of "woke" companies like Facebook, Twitter, Walt Disney and a few dozen more.
The Fox News Channel celebrates it's 25th anniversary on October, 7. Here's how it changed TV news forever.
To celebrate the 25-year anniversary of the Fox News Channel, Sean Hannity, speaks to Newsweek. "They suck equally," he says of his network's main competitors.
Elder says there's more than a single headline in the Los Angeles Times to support his claim of media bias in the gubernatorial recall election.
In a wide-ranging interview, Larry Elder reflected on lessons learned during his failed run to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom.
Elder didn't unseat California Governor Gavin Newsom, though his throngs of fans were upbeat, and they—and Elder—blamed a one-sided media for the failure.
In a beach community in LA, a group of conservative street artists hung posters of the California governor looking a bit like Adolf Hitler holding a syringe.
It's tough to support California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder in Hollywood, several celebrities tell Newsweek. But a few won't be "bullied" into silence.
After video emerged on Tuesday, a district in Sacramento conducted an investigation into a high school government teacher and determined he should be dismissed for his political activism.
James O'Keefe's latest video has a high school teacher saying he has just 180 days to turn his students into left-wing "revolutionaries."
Greg Gutfeld's Fox News show, "Gutfeld!," had a larger audience than Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel for the first time last week.
Frank Price, who headed Columbia Pictures during the production of "A League of Their Own," says Debra Winger was "released" because she was jealous of Madonna and threatened repercussions.
Critics boiled a lengthy interview down to 23 seconds of Larry Elder saying Joe Biden won the presidency "fairly and squarely," but the gubernatorial candidate has lots more to say on the subject.
The stars and filmmakers of "Reagan" reveal their own views of the original MAGA president, and what they hope audiences will learn.
The fourth "God's Not Dead" movie features a debate about school choice and an actor who says he was "blacklisted" from mainstream Hollywood after speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Reporter April Moss released a video with Project Veritas claiming bias related to vaccine stories at her CBS station.
Moss said Sunday night on the air that she would expose "discrimination" at her Detroit station.
April Moss interrupted her weather report at CBS 62 in Detroit to announce she has teamed up with James O'Keefe and Project Veritas to blow the whistle on what she alleges is discrimination at CBS News.
Ivory Hecker, a reporter for Fox at a Houston TV station, says that secretly recorded audio shows she was muzzled by executives.
At shareholder meetings, a conservative group called the Free Enterprise Project is asking why their media outlets called the notion that the coronavirus was leaked from a virology lab in China as "debunked" or a "conspiracy theory."
Dr. Fauci's poll numbers are slipping as conservatives step up their attack, but a movie and a few books might stem the bleeding—or do more harm than good.