If you're wondering why, then take a look in the mirror. Gretchen Carlson is no stranger to sexual harassment. A former Miss USA and accomplished violinist, Carlson documented in her 2015 book, "Getting Real," of her struggles to rise from a local reporter to a national correspondent on Fox News in a male-dominated media world. Show More Summary
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Mr. Ailes was ousted barely two weeks after the former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit accusing him of sexual harassment.
Gretchen Carlson was the first woman at Fox News to publicly accuse former Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, but she definitely wasn't the last. Ailes died Thursday at age 77. In her memoir "Settle for More," Fox News...Show More Summary
“Who’s giving them the paycheck?”
Roger Ailes reportedly hired former Fox News contributor, private investigator, and now NYC mayoral candidate Bo Dietl to look into Gretchen Carlson's past.
New York City mayoral candidate and private investigator Bo Dietl told the Wall Street Journal that former Fox News Channel boss Roger Ailes hired him to look into Gretchen Carlson's past. Dietl's services were also retained to discredit...Show More Summary
A Fox News contributor said he investigated Gretchen Carlson and Andrea Mackris at Ailes’ request.
Suzanne Scott mobilized Fox Newsers to bash Gretchen Carlson and boost Roger Ailes, legal filings and a new report say.
Gretchen Carlson's decision to come forward with her claims that she was sexually harassed at FOX News by former CEO Roger Ailes didn't just have consequences for her -- it also had consequences for her children. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Gretchen Carlson, the former Fox News host who left the network after allegedly being sexually harassed by its founding CEO, is writing a book about sexual harassment and female empowerment. Carlson’s exit, which included public allegations and a lawsuit, is one of the catalysts that has resulted...
"I’ve worked hard, I’ve put in the hours…I’ve grown two humans in my belly…I’ve been lucky and I have been blessed."
Gretchen Carlson has a book coming out.
Former Fox News Channel host Gretchen Carlson's is penning Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back, a book about sexual harassment in the workplace and empowering women to reclaim their power against injustice and abuse.Show More Summary
At Variety's Power of Women event today, Lena Dunham took the stage.
Just in time for the end of The O'Reilly Factor -- or perhaps, timed to help end it -- Time magazine's list of most influential 100 people includes former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson, who turned Fox upside down by coming forward with allegations. Show More Summary
The Time 100 honorees came out today and former Fox News personality Gretchen Carlson is ranked among them.
As Bill O’Reilly is fired, Carlson reveals why she’s determined to help victims of sexual harassment. ‘I never expected to be the face of this issue. Who would?’
"Gretchen had her own Howard Beale moment: she was mad as hell and she wasn't going to take it anymore."
Hoover went on the praise Gretchen Carlson for getting the ball rolling with her sexual harassment lawsuit against the company.