When Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, she had no idea she wasn't the only woman who'd been subject to Ailes's repeated advances for years. “I thought I would be fighting this all by myself,” she told the Washington Post in her ... More »
Former Fox News host received some vindication last week when longtime Fox News CEO Roger Ailes officially stepped down from his position at the cable news network. Carlson had been the one to get the ball rolling against Ailes when she filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him that alleged she...
Fox anchor Greta Van Susteren took to her blog Thursday morning to re-affirm her position regarding the scandals about sexual harassment at the network and the departure of its CEO Roger Ailes. In a post entitled “Let’s get something straight…” Van Susteren writes that “all sort of motives have been assigned to me.” “I did not defend Roger […]
There have been all sorts of rumors about Roger Ailes potentially helping the Donald Trump campaign now that he's out as Fox News Chairman & CEO, and Trump himself isn't discounting the idea.
After decades as the CEO of Fox News, Roger Ailes is finally out. His downfall came thanks to a sexual-harassment lawsuit filed by Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson and echoed by several other female employees at the station, including Megyn Kelly. And no one is more excited to see him go ... More »
After Roger Ailes — former chairman and CEO of Fox News — quit last week following several allegations of sexual harassment from Fox News host Gretchen Carlson and other employees, Samantha Bee swooped in to share her thoughts. The Full...Show More Summary
Michael Clemente, a former executive vice president at Fox News has been let go tonight. According to CNN, Clemente’s departure is not related to the sexual harassment scandal that forced CEO Roger Ailes to resign last week. From CNN: Michael...Show More Summary
All of Roger Ailes’ wildest dreams just came true, says Samantha Bee. The “Full Frontal” host couldn’t resist taking a further shot on Monday at the former Fox News chairman and CEO, who quit the network last week amid allegations of...Show More Summary
Last week, after reports of decades of sexual harassment and coercion were made public, Roger Ailes finally stepped down as the chairman and CEO of Fox News. The allegations against Ailes were so widespread, long-running, and wholly disgusting that...
Roger Ailes resigned as the chairman and CEO of Fox News last week, leading observers of politics and the media to speculate what his next move would be. Now there’s an answer: He’s writing his autobiography, according to CNN. CNN quoted an unnamed friend of Ailes as saying, “The book is a priority...
“I don’t care about my legacy,” Roger Ailes once said in a 2012 interview. “It’s too late. My enemies will create it, and they’ll push it.” It was a typical statement for the recently ousted Fox News CEO—half laissez-faire shrug, half baiting attack, and completely full of shit. Show More Summary
Last week, news broke that Roger Ailes — the Fox News chairman and CEO who's been accused of sexually harassing multiple women for many, many years — was asked to step down. Apparently Rupert Murdoch (the CEO of 21st Centry Fox, which is Fox's parent company) felt the charges against Ailes, which ... More »
“Fox and Friends” tweeted — and then deleted — a revealing photo of a woman anchor as a male colleague sneaks up behind her as a prank. The tweet maybe wasn’t the best idea just days after Fox News CEO Roger Ailes stepped down over rampant sexual harassment claims. The...
If you were wondering what Roger Ailes' next step would be after stepping down as Chairman & CEO of Fox News, it looks like he's getting to work on a book.
Fox News' Howard Kurtz addressed the departure of network Chairman & CEO Roger Ailes in a brief segment on MediaBuzz today.
CNN's Reliable Sources reflected on the long legacy of Fox News Chairman & CEO Roger Ailes now that he's officially stepping down.
Would we expect anything less?! As the number of women accusing former FOX News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment and sexual abuse continues to climb (that number is up to more than two dozen right now, FYI), Donald Trump has swooped in to defend the scandalous TV news exec. Related: Gretchen Carlson Opens Up About Lawsuit [...]
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump defended Roger Ailes on Sunday, calling the embattled former Fox News chief a “very, very good person.” Ailes resigned as CEO on Thursday following a sexual harassment scandal that included...Show More Summary
In transcripts released ahead of his Sunday appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stood by former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, who stepped down on Thursday amid allegations of sexual harassment. Toronto Star correspondent Daniel Dale published the...
Employees say that sexual harassment, bullying and intimidation at the Fox News Channel are pervasive throughout the network’s culture and by no means is the problem limited to now-ousted CEO Roger Ailes. On Saturday, the New York Times reported that it had spoken to a dozen women currently...