Tucker Carlson has attacked CNN host Jim Acosta after he criticised his conduct during an interview with Andrew Yang.
The president's chief medical adviser said he considered criticism from certain people to be "a badge of honor."
Kyle Rittenhouse said he and his lawyers are looking into those who have "defamed" him and called him a white supremacist.
The 18-year-old condemned his former attorneys during an interview with Tucker Carlson.
"Mr. President, if I can say one thing to you, I would urge you to go back and watch the trial and understand the facts before you make a statement." Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
After the Tucker Carlson special aired about the Capitol Riot aired on Fox Nation, two contributors officially left their positions at the network.
Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes called Tucker Carlson's Capitol riot special "a collection of incoherent conspiracy-mongering."
"I'm not a racist person. I support the BLM movement. I support peacefully demonstrating," Rittenhouse said during his first TV appearance since his acquittal.
The acquitted Kenosha shooter is set to appear on Carlson's show Monday.
The network is not giving anywhere near as much attention on the theory being taught in schools following Glenn Youngkin's victory.
The former New Jersey governor was grilled on why his book about truth deniers and conspiracy theorists didn't take on Fox News during an appearance on MSNBC.
The Fox News anchor said protesters simply "got rowdy" at the Capitol and should be supported by GOP lawmakers.
Representative Mike Turner told the Fox News host the U.S. must side with Ukraine amid a Russian military buildup because "we're on the side of democracy."
The Fox News host told a Republican congressman he was "confused" about why the U.S. is not supporting Russia.
On Sunday she refuted claims that the "deep state" coordinated the Capitol riot to set up Trump supporters.
The Fox News host discussed the academic theory while praising Glenn Youngkin for making it a major focus of his election campaign.
The Fox News host suggested the influence of the president and vice president could wane if Terry McAuliffe loses to Glenn Youngkin.
"On January 6 Lindsey Graham was running around the Capitol, ordering the Capitol Police to murder the protesters," Carlson said.
The poll also found that Republicans surveyed believed violence could be necessary to solve the issues facing America.
The GOP congressman's criticism comes as the Fox News host defended his new special, which suggests the January 6 attack against the Capitol was a "false flag" operation.
The Fox News anchor responded to criticism from the Wyoming lawmaker over his "Patriot Purge" documentary, which she said spread "lies."
"Let's call this what it is: an abject, indisputable lie and a blatant attempt to rewrite history," the ADL national director wrote.
Liz Cheney knocked Fox News as well, saying the special would "spread the same type of lies that provoked violence on January 6."
The trailer for the Fox News host's three-part series about the storming of the Capitol also includes a claim that "the left is hunting the right."
While some fans support the musician and his stance, others are disappointed that their tickets have been canceled.
While revealing his multiple sclerosis diagnosis, CNN's John King branded Tucker Carlson "reckless" for his ongoing skepticism regarding COVID vaccines.
Éric Zemmour has gone from peddling far-right rhetoric on the French version of Fox News to serious political contender.
Candace Owens signed off her controversial tweet with the hashtag #BringBackManlyMen.
The Fox News anchor had disparaged the transportation secretary for taking paternity leave.
"Advanced, civilized countries are orderly and they're clean—people don't throw McDonald's out the window," Carlson said on "Vince & Jason Save The Nation."