When veteran MSNBC host Chris Matthews announced his surprise retirement Monday night, his younger colleague Steve Kornacki quickly took the reigns.
Trump attacked 'The View' co-host for what he described as her getting "fatter," according to an upcoming book by two reporters for The Daily Beast.
The show's previous record was 4.13 million viewers in March 2017.
The Fox News host's strong opposition to Soleimani's killing drew 5.7 million viewers.
Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN anchor, said that he felt that his own network's polls—which show a decline in the number of Democrats who favor impeachment—are wrong.
A Harris-Hill X poll says that Americans still follow the news through televised mediums—and that social media and newspapers are equally popular sources.
12 million Americans turned into the third day of President Trump's impeachment hearing—contrasted with over 14 million who watched the November 13 hearings.
Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News again to talk about his mission as the President's lawyer to disrupt the world.
"By giving him your air time, you are allowing him to introduce increasingly unhinged, unfounded and desperate lies into the national conversation," two Biden advisers wrote in a letter sent to all major news networks.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the latest Trump administration figure to make the jump between the White House and Fox News.
Donald Trump has appeared on Fox News over 60 times during his presidency.
The network ousted O'Reilly after numerous sexual harassment lawsuits against the star were revealed.
Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott said President Donald Trump may not really believe in his own sanctuary city proposal, perhaps just floating the idea to "make everybody crazy."
Trump abruptly announced on Sunday that Mattis's exit as defense secretary was being brought forward by two months.
Fox News also claimed four of the five top program slots with "Hannity," "Tucker Carlson Tonight," "The Ingraham Angle," and "The Five."
Many factors have been offered to explain Trump's freak victory, but new research suggests we need to add one more: television.
A one-month reprieve from cable news, replaced by classic Hollywood films, enlightened the author.