The Comedy Central news show asked viewers which screencap from Fox News was most iconic.
The Attorney General told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that the debate about the malaria drug has been politicized.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham is trying to "attack and smear those true Americans" who supported Democrats during the impeachment of President Donald Trump, according to a Tuesday Twitter post by her brother Curtis Ingraham.
During a Friday segment on her Fox News show, Ingraham cited Sondland and Vindman's firings, the president's approval rating, and more.
"The Ingraham Angle" host said of Utah senator's vote against Donald Trump in his impeachment trial: "You committed a fraud on the people of Utah on the Republican Party."
Speaking with Fox News host Laura Ingraham Friday, President Donald Trump said his poll "numbers are the highest they've ever been" thanks to the "impeachment hoax."
In a Friday interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News, President Donald Trump said the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, Iraq may have been one of Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani potential targets for attack.
The Fox News host chose three different winners in response to Time magazine awarding it to the influential young climate change activist.
"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.
In an appearance on Fox News, lawyer Alan Dershowitz also said that the subpoena against Don McGahn will have "no substantive impact."
After a Fox News segment on Laura Ingraham's show where a panelist accused Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of "espionage," Vindman's lawyer fires off warning letter asking for a retraction.
Vindman "didn't really see how his rank concern came off to the rest of America," Ingraham said.
The Conservative pundit was not happy about the "outdated cultural depictions" labels that were placed on some Disney films.
The Fox News host claimed Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats were "frantically grasping" for something people could understand as the impeachment inquiry rolled on.
Laura Ingraham attacked George Kent for bringing a large water bottle to a hearing lasting several hours.
The Fox News host said "demographic changes" had changed Virginia from a cente-right voting bloc to a "petri dish" for radical leftism.
The president's son said former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin had picked fights, explaining away the loss to Democratic candidate Andy Beshear.
"As expected, the right-wing will impugn someone's character," Senator Mazie Hirono said.
Joe Scarborough said it was "astounding" that an Iraq war veteran is "now being accused of espionage by John Yoo, and Fox News hosts."
John Yoo, who penned the infamous Bush-era "Torture Memos," suggested that Vindman's Ukrainian background should be cause for concern.
Earlier this week, explosive testimony from senior U.S. diplomat Bill Taylor detailed his grave concerns about the administration's interaction with the Ukrainian government.
He grilled his sister, including a link to a Guardian article chronicling various military leaders condemnations of President Donald Trump.
A large cast of Fox News figures and Republican lawmakers ridiculed the NBA for apologizing to China after the Houston Rockets general manager tweeted out his support for the Hong Kong protesters.
The president's personal lawyer described his discussions with Ukraine, which he said came at the request of the State Department.
Curtis Ingraham said he no longer recognizes his sibling, and suggested she prioritizes her paycheck over her children.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes mocked Fox News' Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham saying, "you can tell they're still good TV friends because they keep smiling as they say awful stuff to each other."
Laura Ingraham jokingly told Sean Hannity: "you handle your hour, I'll handle my hour."
"Laura Ingraham said I was too plus-sized to be on TV. Shout out Laura, I'm on 'The View' and you're not" McCain said on Monday's episode of "The View."
The social media spar began when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defended blocking less than 20 followers on Twitter.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who represented Jeffrey Epstein, said of his accuser's lawyer that he is "going to beat him bad."