The FOX news founder who died Thursday taught America how to get angry about politics on TV—and helped make Donald Trump president.
The FOX News founder and alleged serial sexual harasser changed American media for good—and for the worse.
“Forcing a black woman employee to ‘fight’ for the amusement and pleasure of her white superiors is horrifying.”
Julie Roginsky filed a lawsuit earlier today that alleges the Fox News founder sexually harassed her in 2015.
US government prepares for cyber attacks on Election Day, Megyn Kelly claims Roger Ailes sexually harassed her years ago, FBI blames its Trump and Clinton tweets on computer bug, and more.
The Republican nominee's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reportedly met with a media startup investor to discuss the possibility of creating a Trump news network.
Carlson's complaint alleged years of sexist treatment by Ailes including promises of advancement in exchange for sexual favors and retaliation when she refused.
The former Fox News chairman has some free time after being forced out of the network he helped build due to sexual harassment allegations.