Megyn Kelly hit out at tennis star Naomi Osaka, 23, for posing for magazine shoots in light of her revelation that she struggles with interviews.
Osaka fired back at critics who questioned her magazine covers in the wake of her tournament withdrawals, saying she shot the images months earlier.
Lieu, a California Democrat, criticized Kelly after she said on her podcast that the media had exaggerated the January 6 deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
"There is no question the media represented it as so much worse than it actually was," host Megyn Kelly said of the January 6 Capitol Riots on her podcast.
"The thing that bothered me about her testimonial was, we didn't hear the other side," Megyn Kelly said on her podcast.
The apology email, obtained by Newsweek, was addressed "Dear Spence Community" and said "This video is not part of the Spence curriculum. Our teacher and the School acknowledge that sharing a satirical video that made fun of white women was a significant mistake."
The legal analyst returned to the network eight months after he was caught exposing himself during a work Zoom call.
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was reinstated on Thursday after he was put on leave for exposing himself during a Zoom call. The decision to bring Toobin back was slammed by Megyn Kelly, Lisa Boothe, Sean Spicer and more.
"This is what happens when you live in a country where there is no First amendment. Insanity," CNN's Jake Tapper tweeted.
"They hated him so much they checked their objectivity," Kelly said of the media's alleged animosity towards Donald Trump.
The president called for unity in his inaugural address and also criticized those who lie for political gain.
Tamblyn brought up Kelly's past comments in response to a tweet that Kelly had written, criticizing Kamala Harris for making faces during the vice presidential debate.
"Over 6 thousand Covid patients shoved into nursing homes killing over 6,000 elderly."
A decision by Walmart not to carry the documentary 'No Safe Spaces' in its brick-and-mortar stores prompted 23 media personalities, from both the political right and left, to join forces to ask the retailer to reverse course.
Bill Maher blamed "cancel culture" and the "woke" left for Kelly being dropped from NBC. The former Fox News and NBC host appeared on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" on Friday night.
The former NBC host appeared to suggest hypocrisy in NBCUniversal's treatment of her compared to the use of blackface in "Tropic Thunder." But "Tropic Thunder" was released by a rival studio.
"I don't see enough Republicans in that body turning on a man who's about to face re-election anyway," she says.
"Bombshell" sees A-list actors like Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and John Lithgow become real-life people associated with Fox News like Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and Roger Ailes.
In a rare interview with PBS' "Frontline," the former Fox News host recalled the backlash to her 2015 debate question.
Former CBS producer Ashley Bianco told Megyn Kelly that she was fired only four days into her new job. "I wasn't even given the professional courtesy to defend myself. I didn't know what I'd been accused of. It was humiliating. It was devastating," she said.
"NBC says it has nothing to hide," Kelly said. "Great! Let's not hide anything."
Wait, is that Megyn Kelly? Nope. It's Charlize Theron.
As Twitter lit up with responses to President Donald Trump's televised address, conservatives including Donald Trump Jr. and Megyn Kelly criticized a joke by the "Late Night With Seth Meyers" account.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson compared a "whiteface" costume worn by NBC News host Lester Holt to that of recently fired "Today" show host Megyn Kelly, deeming all people offended as "self-righteous."
NBC News host Megyn Kelly had a history of dubious comments about race.
Amid backlash for her "blackface" comments, it is rumored that Kelly's job as host of her "Today" show segment is at risk.
"You cannot prove a sexual assault of Dr. Ford," Megyn Kelly said on the Today show Monday. "You can't, even she can't."