Senior Clinton Advisor Philippe Reines told his boss ahead of an interview with Greta Van Susteren that the Fox News host was considered "malleable."
Someone seems to think CNN’s Wolf Blitzer is “the worst.” Was it CNN’s media reporter Brian Stelter? It seemed that way when Stelter tweeted “Ugh. wolf is the worst” Friday afternoon. Stelter quickly explained the sentiment belongedShow More Summary
Fox's Greta Van Susteren finds something suspect in Brian Stelter's accidental tweet about Wolf Blitzer being "the worst."
Immediately following the news that the Supreme Court had struck down same-sex marriage bans nationwide, Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum spoke to colleague Greta Van Susteren by phone about the potential ramifications. Both women seemed unusually concerned about the possibility of polygamy.
Fox News' Greta Van Susteren thinks Ann Coulter owes South Carolina Governir Nikki Haley an apology for her "nasty" immigrant remark.
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren took The Associated Press to task Monday night for pictures they published showing Texas Sen. Ted Cruz with what appears to be a gun pointed straight at his head. "The Associated Press has some explaining...Show More Summary
“The AP has some explaining to do,” said Greta Van Susteren in an “Off the Record” commentary on her Fox News show Monday. “The AP is supposed to be the gold standard. Just the facts. No agenda, no opinion. But now? AP bias is showing.” Van...Show More Summary
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren wants ex-NBC Nightly News anchor–and future MSNBC breaking news anchor–Brian Williams to know that “cable may not have the cachet of broadcast, but cable is a whole lot more exciting and challenging.” Writing...Show More Summary
Justin Meek, a friend of Charleston shooter Dylann Storm Roof, spoke with Greta Van Susteren tonight. He told Greta Dyllan... The post Friend: Dylann Storm Roof STOLE THE GUN from His Mom – She Didn’t Trust Him With It (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Hey, Jeff Zucker, there will be none of this trash-talking on Greta van Susteren's Twitter watch.
Greta Van Susteren is not impressed with the New York Times reporting skills, and she let the world know about it in a recent takedown of the publication’s Marco Rubio driving record expose. For the Fox News analyst, it was a story framed...Show More Summary
Greta Van Susteren opened her Fox show tonight by asking, "Is Baltimore City state's attorney Marilyn Mosby scaring police from keeping the nation safe?"
Greta Van Susteran objected to a Friday article of the New York Times, saying that it has a misleading headline, and was written in a way that tries to boost it's own importance.
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