Lt. Gene Ryan, the head of the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police, spoke with Fox's Greta Van Susteren tonight about how Baltimore cops are more afraid of being arrested for doing their jobs than of being shot and killed on the str...
By Jenna McLaughlin | Thurs May 28, 2015 06:00 AM ET I n late February, a Baltimore-born, self-proclaimed freedom fighter named Matthew VanDyke beamed into Greta Van Susteren's Fox News show from Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdish region. Show More Summary
Good morning. The most powerful women in media include Greta van Susteren, says Forbes. The Forbes annual World’s Most 100 Powerful Women list includes Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and, yes, Greta van Susteren of Fox News Channel. Show More Summary
Forbes released its 12th annual World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list today and only one traditional TV newser makes the cut. Fox News Channel anchor Greta Van Susteren is ranked No. 99, joining women such as Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton,...Show More Summary
Fox News shook up the Republican presidential campaign yesterday, unveiling rules for its upcoming GOP debate that would limit the number of candidates invited to debate to those “in the top 10 of an average of the five most recent national...Show More Summary
Tonight Fox's Greta Van Susteren brought back the big national debate over whether "thug" is a racially-loaded term. In short, she doesn't like "bullies" saying such things.
On Fox News Channel tonight, Greta Van Susteren hosts a special, Greta Investigates: The Natalee Holloway Mystery 10 Years Later. Van Susteren traveled to Aruba with Holloway’s mother, Beth, to revisit the case that has dragged on for...Show More Summary
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell is trying to get ratings for his show (which only has a few viewers to begin with) by throwing rocks at Fox News Channel’s Greta Van Susteren for statements she made Sunday on ABC during This Week. Van Susteren was part of a panel to discuss Jade Helm 15 – a military training exercise taking place in Texas. Show More Summary
Ron Fournier of National Journal had a bold prediction on Greta Van Susteren’s show last night. When discussing the Iran deal, he said Obama could be ‘One of the worst
I missed Greta Van Susteren's stupid talk on ABC's This Week on Sunday, but Lawrence O'Donnell didn't. O'Donnell has a few (last) words for Greta and Fox News, particularly on the topic of Texas, Jade Helm 15, and how our schools have...Show More Summary
On Monday’s edition of “The Last Word,” host Lawrence O’Donnell was visibly fed up with the blame game he believes Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren and her network have been playing with the batty Jade Helm conspiracy theory. O’Donnell pointed...Show More Summary
Former AP reporter and Senior Political Analyst for the National Journal, Ron Fournier, told Greta Van Susteren that the flawed and controversial Iranian nuclear deal may make Barack Obama the worst president ever. “He wants to build his legacy of … Continue reading ?
While prominent Fox News stars Bill O'Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, and Geraldo Rivera have repeatedly slammed Pamela Geller and her "Draw Muhammed" contest that was the subject of a thwarted attack, the anti-Islam activist has gotten support from a seemingly unlikely place: Chris Hayes.
Fox News' Greta Van Susteren is standing by her criticisms of Pamela Geller's group, again scolding their bad judgment and flat-out saying "mocking an entire religion is just wrong."
From the May 6 edition of Fox News' On The Record with Greta Van Susteren: Previously: Fox's Van Susteren Falsely Claims White House Didn't Connect Texas Shooting To Terrorism
Mike Huckabee thinks Bill O'Reilly and Greta Van Susteren are dead wrong in their assessment of the inappropriateness of the "Draw Muhammad" cartoon contest that two shooters ended up outside of on Sunday.
Fox host Greta Van Susteren claimed the White House "has not yet connected" the Garland, TX shooting to terrorism. In fact, the White House described the shooting as "an attempted terrorist act" earlier that day. On May 5, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS) claimed responsibility for the May 3 shooting in Garland. Show More Summary
Greta Van Susteren concluded her show tonight by scolding Pamela Geller's group for putting law enforcement in danger with their "Draw Mohammed" cartoon contest.
Days before Greta Van Susteren ever digitally confronted her Fox colleague Don Imus for his harsh words about Dana Perino, it appears Neil Cavuto did the same in person.
Don Imus' rough Monday continued as his colleague Greta Van Susteren took to scolding him online for words he said about Dana Perino last week...