"Because of his bitterness over the election and the unprecedented press mistreatment he's received, the President has lost all perspective and personal discipline," said the former Fox News host.
It wouldn't be the holidays without the annual talk about the so-called "War on Christmas." But when did this controversy actually start?
"You're going to get hammered for that," Hannity replied.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
"It is ironic that a man accused of sexual harassment over the course of many years by many different women is being courted to return to Fox News by its most prominent on-air personality," Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky and Diana Falzone wrote.
Trump said his offer to the Mexican government to "let us go in and clean it out" was rejected.
Bill O'Reilly warned that "extremist" liberals and Democrats are fighting a "social civil war" against American conservatives that includes hating police officers and a promotion of "barbaric behavior."
The network ousted O'Reilly after numerous sexual harassment lawsuits against the star were revealed.
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly detailed the "brutal injustice" of his Irish ancestors and said slavery reparations for black Americans falsely reinforces that the U.S. was founded by racist white men.
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly relayed a bizarre tale of his Baby Boomer experience alongside "narcissistic" millennials and their smartphones during Monday night's sold-out Fleetwood Mac concert at Madison Square Garden.
"Justice Ginsburg is very ill. Another Justice appointment inevitable and soon. Bad news for the left," O'Reilly tweeted on Friday afternnon.
The former Fox News anchor said Huckabee Sanders laughed at his suggestion.
"The sponsor boycott is not some spontaneous uprising by companies," O'Reilly said.
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.
Trump didn't fact-check his retweets of far-right British politician Jayda Fransen, and didn't even know who she was, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
"Outnumbered" host Harris Faulkner called out Fox News for its hypocrisy on sexual harassment.
From Roger Ailes to Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K. to Roy Moore and, yes, even Senator Al Franken, what we are looking at is a type of stunted boy/man whose outward bluster and surface machismo belie their root insecurity and impotence.
Once a staunch Reagan Republican, Laura Ingraham has become Trump's top tub-thumper—and Fox's new star. But is her love for the Donald genuine or something more cynical?
Netflix is writing Kevin Spacey out of House of Cards. But HBO is removing all Louis CK material.
Powerful predators have demeaned, abused or assaulted women for centuries without fear of arrest or even censure. But in a miracle as unlikely as soaring swine, the monsters are finally facing their day of reckoning.
Briganti "is known for her vindictiveness. To this day, she pushes negative articles on certain Ailes accusers," Kelly said.
O'Reilly, a former Fox News host, claimed gun control laws wouldn't prevent mass shootings such as those in Las Vegas.
The Daily News was sold. The Village Voice print paper is dead. It's the end of an era—and another era, and another era, and another era.
Ailes died of a brain injury, but O'Reilly blamed his enemies' "brutal hatred" for his passing.
A letter was sent to Ofcom by Douglas Wigdor, a New York lawyer.