Attorney General Eric Holder will be giving exit interviews to several networks, however, Fox News will not be among them. In a statement issued by executive VP of FNC, Michael Clemente – and read aloud by Bret Baier on Special Report earlier...Show More Summary
Bret Baier ended his Thursday show by playing the best items from the Late Show’s “Top Ten Things Joe Biden Said at This Moment” – the moment, a lengthy one, when Biden used both hands to grasp the shoulders of Stephanie Carter, wife of incoming Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, as he leaned in to whisper in her ear during her husband’s Tuesday swearing-in ceremony.
Rick Santorum told Bret Baier in an interview aired on Fox today that the Middle East "meltdown" is the biggest threat the U.S. faces, and it will continue "if we do not confront the fundamental issue, which is the cancer within Islam."
From the February 10 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Climate Denial Food Chain: Conservative Media Run With Baseless Climate Science Conspiracy Theory Too Little, Too Much, Or Just Right: To Conservative Media, Any Amount Of Snow Debunks Climate Change How Fox News Covered Pope Francis' Action On Climate Change
From the February 4 edition of Fox News' The Kelly File: HOWARD KURTZ: Megyn, I see the arguments on both sides. I understand the case that we ought to show the pure evil that is ISIS, and I thought our colleague Bret Baier handled it judiciously by just showing a couple of still images. Show More Summary
“They burned him alive,” began Fox News anchor Bret Baier as his “Special Report” began extensive coverage of the propaganda video released by ISIS that claims to show the murder of a Jordanian pilot, Muath al-Kasaesbeh. Baier then warned...Show More Summary
Just the other day, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, was telling Bret Baier of Fox News that the new Republican majority on Capitol Hill was "trying to get off to a fast start here."
From the February 2 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Fox's Krauthammer Advises GOP To "Reimpose The Sequester" Krauthammer: Obama's Response To Budget Plan "Is Only About Appealing To Class War"
From the January 30 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: How Fox News Is Helping The GOP Disingenuously Rebrand Itself As The Party Of The Middle Class Right-Wing Media Decry Obama's Economic Policy Proposals As Santa Claus-Style Giveaways And Class Warfare Fox Misleads On Impact Of Budget Sequestration, Calls For Deeper Cuts
From the January 29 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Related: Obama Wants To End The Era Of Sequestration Previously: Fox's Charles Krauthammer: Sequester Is "The Most Ridiculously Hyped Armageddon Since The Mayan Calendar" The Sequester: Myths And Facts Fox Misleads On Impact Of Budget Sequestration, Calls For Deeper Cuts
Fox News' Nina Easton responded to Senator Joni Ernst's GOP State of The Union response by listing the disastrous Bobby Jindal and Marco Rubio stabs at it and observed that Joni made it through fairly unscathed, but then said something that shocked Bret Baier out of his chair. Show More Summary
In the immediate aftermath of President Barack Obama's 2015 State of the Union address, Fox News reporter and anchor Bret Baier noticed a peculiar fact: The president hadn't mentioned "al Qaeda" at all.
Ok… So, even more options to choose from. Beginning tonight at 8:55, Special Report‘s Bret Baier will be anchoring live special coverage of the President’s State of the Union address as well as the GOP response from Washington, DC. Baier...Show More Summary
"I pulled out of the speech at Fox’s request - because of the controversy surrounding some of these articles and editorials that have been published in the Legatus magazine. I am a lifelong mass attending Catholic - I’m a lector at my parish. Show More Summary
As we've been reporting, the rabidly anti-gay Catholic group Legatus found itself at the center of a controversy after activist and Good As You blogger Jeremy Hooper highlighted the extreme and disturbing views held by the organization including labeling same-sex...
Anti-gay activist Peter LaBarbera has posted an email from Fox News anchor Bret Baier confirming that some of the Legatus Magazine text that I initially highlighted was, in fact, a big reason why he pulled out from the upcoming Legatus...
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and anti-gay activist Austin Ruse will be headlining the annual conference of anti-gay Catholic organization Legatus after actor Gary Sinise, Fox News anchor Bret Baier and MolsonCoors Chair Pete Coors dropped out of the event...
Following the cancellations by Gary Sinese, Pete Coors, and Bret Baier, anti-gay Catholic group Legatus has announced three replacement speakers: Mike Huckabee, Austin Ruse, and the CEO of medical equipment supplier Baxter International. Show More Summary
Bret Baier and Gary Sinise should know better.
Corporate executive Peter Coors joins actor Gary Sinise and Fox News anchor Bret Baier in withdrawing from conservative Catholic group Legatus's summit. read more