Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" Gov. Mary Fallin (R-OK) demanded President Barack Obama be "forthright" with Oklahomans and end the secrecy about the undocumented children the administration has sent to her state. Show More Summary
A.H. Belo sells the Providence Journal to GateHouse Media’s parent for $46 million. (providencejournal.com) | (wpri.com) Greta Van Susteren blasts “snooty journalism magazine” CJR for not calling her before posting its Jill Abramson piece. Show More Summary
With 329K viewers in the 25-54 demo Monday evening, Fox News' On the Record with Greta Van Susteren was the second-highest rated show in all of cable news, trailing only The O'Reilly Factor, which had 379K. Fox's Special Report with Bret Baier was a close third with 328K.
Greta Van Susteren doesn’t mind criticism. But she does mind journalists critiquing her interviews without the benefit of a phone call. “Had Spayd called me, she wouldn’t have to read this,” Van Susteren tells TVNewser, previewing aShow More Summary
Monday on Fox News Channel's' On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott (R-TX) explained Governor Rick Perry's (R-TX) move to deploy the Texas National Guard to protect the border was necessary because President Obama has "turned his back" on the state of Texas. Show More Summary
Let me just say this: If I ever get publicly bounced from a job, I am heading straight for Cosmopolitan magazine. Then I'm off to see Greta Van Susteren at Fox News and then onto Katie Couric, who will be waiting at Yahoo News. Gail Sheehy, I'm hoping, can get me in Politico. This is the route Jill Abramson has...
There's a lot happening in the news. Israel stepped up attacks in Gaza, there's another crisis brewing over MH17 (potentially shot down by Russian separatists), and so Greta Van Susteren was utterly baffled at Glenn Beck taking a shot at Fox News today for not covering Ted Cruz joining Beck on his border trip.
Fox News' Todd Starnes, another wight win lunatic they employ is known for his off-the-wall tweets and he continued his usual pattern after the Malaysian Airplane tragedy. Greta Van Susteren was so outraged by his tweets that she wrote...Show More Summary
Van Susteren's interview was direct and wide-ranging where Couric's was timid and roundabout
Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson followed up her interview with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren this week by sitting down with Yahoo News' Katie Couric for an extended conversation. But when Couric tried to get Abramson to speculate about why she was fired earlier this year, she wasn't having it.
Barbara Boland at our sister site CNSNews.com reported that fired New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson appeared on Fox News on Wednesday night. On The Record host Greta van Susteren asked about President Obama's record on transparency. Show More Summary
As news continued to unfold this afternoon on the downed Malaysia Airlines jet, Greta Van Susteren told one of her colleagues to temper his tweeting. Todd Starnes, who’s a New York-based Fox News radio host, tweeted out: Yesterday Obama announces new sanctions against Russia. Show More Summary
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren sharply criticized Fox News correspondent Todd Starnes for "very bad taste" over tweeting petty attacks on the president in response to the deadly crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. Starnes has tweeted...Show More Summary
Fox News radio commentator Todd Starnes has earned the angst of his fellow Fox Newser Greta Van Susteren for a series of tweets he sent out Thursday regarding a Malaysian jetliner that crashed in Ukraine.
Jill Abramson spoke exclusively with Greta Van Susteren last night about her firing from the New York Times, the Obama administration’s dealings with the press, and more. Greta also asked if her Fox colleagues are wrong to characterize the Times as a lef-twing paper. Show More Summary
Ex-New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson joined Greta Van Susteren tonight to open up about her firing and her experience at the Times. Abramson also defended a claim she has made previously that the Obama White House is the "most secretive" she's ever dealt with.
The Jill Abramson Media Tour continues. Tonight she’s on Greta Van Susteren‘s Fox News show. (@columbiajourn) Brian Stelter on why Rupert Murdoch wants Time Warner. One reason: More sports rights. (cnn.com) St. Tammany DA Walter Reed calls Louisiana journalists “whores and prostitutes.” (theneworleansadvocate.com) Huh? The Free Press Facebook page uses a … Read More
It was NY1/WABC-AM’s Pat Kiernan who scored the first interview with Jill Abramson, the former editor of The New York Times. But try telling that to Greta Van Susteren and Katie Couric — both claimed the big “get” for themselves Tuesday.
UPDATED: The ousted "New York Times" editor will sit down with the Fox News and Yahoo journalists on Wednesday and Thursday. read more
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren will interview former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson this Wednesday evening, July 16th, during her 7 p.m. show On the Record. It will be Abramson's first television interview since she was fired by The New York Times in May.