A clip of Fox guest Mike Crute's outburst has gone viral on Twitter with over 300,000 views.
Last week, Fox News' Tucker Carlson called the January 6 hearing a "show trial" and dismissed its importance.
The former U.S. attorney general said Saturday he "considered the source," dismissing the "ad hominem" insult.
As Fox personalities like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham "echoed Trump," they "created that space" for Capitol riot, Stirewalt said in December.
Multiple members of the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers have been charged with "seditious conspiracy" in connection to the Capitol riot.
The third episode of "MasterChef: Back to Win" saw the final round of returning contestants compete for another chance at making the Top 20.
Allies of the former president say the public is more interested in rising gas prices and baby formula shortage than the first Capitol attack report.
The Fox News personality, who lives in Tennessee, claimed that her receiving California voting code and mail-in ballot information was proof of fraud.
The Uvalde-born actor said that "something may change" on gun reforms "instead of just talking about it and nothing changes again for another 30 years."
Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant director at the FBI, said the network's coverage decision shows "fear that facts will threaten their false narrative."
Fetterman's ads come just days after Senate Republicans launched political attacks on the Senate candidate.
"This is a race for the future of every community across PA," he tweeted while premiering the video. "For every small town or person that's felt left behind."
The ex-Trump aide told Tucker Carlson he was treated like "an Al Qaeda Terrorist" during his time in custody after he was charged with defying a subpoena.
U.S. President Joe Biden has faced significant criticism for his handling of the southern border and immigration from Latin America.
The network's live coverage of Thursday's proceedings will instead be shown on Fox Business Network, which averages significantly lower ratings.
The tech billionaire walked back claims that 10 percent of Tesla staff would be laid off, and threats to cut his merger with Twitter.
Sussmann was acquitted of lying to the FBI in the first courtroom test of special counsel John Durham's investigation.
John Roberts noted to the Louisiana lawmaker that 89 percent of Americans support background checks, according to polling data.
The former president said the news organization "went lame" when the "pathetic loser" joined its board.
Pundits on Fox News and MSNBC have said that Johnny Depp's defamation lawsuit victory over Amber Heard could make women less likely to report domestic violence.
Rogan praised Fox News for having his "back" during "all the crazy s**t that happened with me."
The GOP lawmaker said Sunday that it is "absolutely false" that there wasn't any voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
"A majority of Americans...are in favor of stricter gun laws," journalist Sandra Smith told the GOP lawmaker, who is a strong Second Amendment supporter.
Texas Rep. Tony Gonzales claimed the Uvalde shooter had been arrested for planning a school shooting once he turned 18.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson accused police of "B.S." as he pointed out inconsistencies in officials' accounts of the shootings.
The congresswoman said that gun reform isn't needed in the wake of the Uvalde elementary school shooting.
"The offender brandished a suspect firearm and pointed it in the direction of the victims and fled the scene on foot," said Chicago Police.
Members of the right have offered six significant suggestions that could be blamed for the shooting, including COVID-19 lockdowns and mental illness.