In a live appearance on the Fox News program, "Sunday Night in America with Trey Gowdy," Scott announced he is suspending his bid for the GOP nomination.
Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as chair of his media empire, which includes Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post. He is handing the reins to his son Lachlan.
The first Republican debate of the 2024 election cycle is in the books. Without the front-runner onstage, each candidate had the opportunity to grab the spotlight, though some had more of an impact.
Preston Padden helped Rupert Murdoch launch the Fox broadcast network in the 1990s. Now he argues Murdoch has proved unfit to hold the license for a Philadelphia station.
Jesse Watters, who has worked, smirked, and opined for Fox his entire professional career, takes the reins on Monday of Fox News' 8 p.m. weekday show, permanently replacing fired star Tucker Carlson.
Ex-producer Abby Grossberg alleged Tucker Carlson created a workplace defined by bigotry and sexism. Her case factored into Carlson's ouster from Fox News and the settlement of another major lawsuit.
A former senior booker for Tucker Carlson Tonight sued Fox News for downplaying her claims of misogyny. That lawsuit names Carlson, among others, as responsible.
Fox News announced in an abrupt statement it will "part ways" with longtime host Tucker Carlson, seen by many as the face of the network's brand. The star figured prominently in the Dominion lawsuit.
In addition to the Dominion case against Fox News, more than a dozen similar cases related to lies spread about the 2020 election are slowly making their way through the legal system.
Fox News has struck a deal averting a trial in the blockbuster defamation suit filed by the election-tech company Dominion Voting Systems over spurious claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential race.