Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren's accounts were filled with Turkish propaganda.
Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren's Twitter accounts were hacked Tuesday afternoon by what appears to be a Turkish, pro-Erdogan group calling themselves the "Turkish cyber army," who changed the journalists' background images and fired...Show More Summary
Twitter accounts belonging to former Fox News hosts Greta Van Susteren and Eric Bolling appeared to have been hacked on Tuesday. The accounts began tweeting pro-Turkish messages and uploaded images of what appeared to be their direct...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, a pro-Turkey entity claimed control of the accounts of former Fox News personalities Greta Van Susteren and Eric Bolling
On Tuesday evening, reporter Yashar Ali pointed out that the Twitter accounts of former Fox News hosts Greta Van Susteren and Eric Bolling appear to have been hacked by pro-Turkish trolls. It appears that pro Turkish President hackers have taken over Greta Van Susteren's Twitter account....
Hackers sympathetic to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdo?an appear to have taken over the Twitter accounts of former Fox News hosts Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren Tuesday. “It appears that pro Turkish President hackers have taken over Greta Van Susteren’s Twitter account,” tweeted reporter Yashar Ali. Show More Summary
In 1962, an 8-year-old Greta Van Susteren wrote a letter to the editor, which garnered a response. She didn't respond to the newspaper until Friday.
J. Cole-signed rapper J.I.D. and Led Zeppelin lovers Greta Van Fleet are among the ”artists Bandsintown predicts will have an amazing 2018.” Continue reading…
It might have been one of the biggest moments in Washington dishing since… well, who knows? Some of the city’s most interesting characters had gathered together on a small stage at the Jefferson Hotel on Monday night to shoot a quick video in which they were about to confess their darkest secrets. Consider us riveted […]
Starting tomorrow, apologizing will get a whole lot easier. Former MSNBC news anchor Greta Van Susteren announced via Facebook that she's releasing a new app, Sorry, for free on November 14th. READ MORE »
Greta Van Susteren has been busy since parting ways with MSNBC this summer after just six months on the job. The veteran news anchor is volunteering her time at Voice of America, has written a new advice book about social media for older people who don’t know how to use it, and now has proved […]
From tech guru Greta Van Susteren.
"Imagine if you and everyone else got to vote 'accept or reject' when Kathy Griffin apologized? Was it enough? or not?"
From Hurricanes Katrina to Maria, with Sandy, Harvey, Irma, and a Haitian earthquake in between, I’ve seen catastrophes up close, on the ground, either covering the news or assisting on relief missions. Sometimes both. In 12 years, I’ve learned one crucial fact about 21st century natural disasters:...
Greta Van Fleet- Spotify It’s a Led Zeppelin rip-off. But didn’t Led Zeppelin rip off Willie Dixon and the rest of the bluesmeisters? If you lived through that era, you will instantly hear mid-period Zeppelin, complete with Robert Plant screams. Then you remember that was 45 years ago! About the same distance, if not longer, […]
On Friday's The Beat with Ari Melber -- a relatively new MSNBC show that recently replaced Greta Van Susteren's For the Record show -- host Melber not surprisingly assembled a panel of lefties to discuss the week's news for the show's...Show More Summary
Senior fellow at USC, a humanitarian trip to Africa, and she's launching a messaging app.
MSNBC’s newly named The Beat with Ari Melber will debut Monday at 6 pm ET. Melber tweeted the announcement this morning. The 6 pm slot was left vacant when MSNBC ousted Greta Van Susteren from her short-lived perch there. Melber, host...Show More Summary
Van Susteren slammed what she considered to be a "tasteless" move by CNN who didn't need to gloat about having the scoop on such tragic news, according to Greta.
After being fired from MSNBC last month, Greta Van Susteren is actively searching for her next venture.