Some would say Roger Ailes didn't have much to live for after last year's career-ending sexual harassment scandal. But Bill O'Reilly, fellow Fox News fallen angel, knows exactly who to blame for the former network head's recent death: the haters and losers! A coroner's report determined Ailes died on Thursday after an earlier fall caused a bleed [...]
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly said the "brutal hatred" Roger Ailes experienced killed the late former Fox News chief. Both O'Reilly and Ailes were ousted from the network amid allegations of sexual harassment. Ailes, who resigned...Show More Summary
To ex-Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, the late Roger Ailes was a "force of nature with an agenda," he writes in a tribute to his former boss in USA Today. O'Reilly explains Ailes' ultimate goal—to "infuse America with traditional philosophy and see to it that conservatives like him were...
Former Fox News star Bill O'Reilly said his disgraced former boss Roger Ailes died from experiencing "hatred" in a guest obit published in USA Today on Friday. Read more...
Bill O’Reilly blames the public’s relentless ridicule for Roger Ailes‘ death, blasting those against the former Fox News CEO in a scathing statement. O’Reilly, who is currently fighting sexual harassment lawsuits of his own, wrote an article in USA Today hours after his ex boss’ sudden passing. “To say that Roger Ailes led a full Read More
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A coroner’s report determined that Fox News founding CEO Roger Ailes died Thursday after an earlier fall caused bleeding on his brain. But former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has a different opinion. In a USA Today op-ed piece postedShow More Summary
Bill O’Reilly spoke glowingly of disgraced Fox News CEO Roger Ailes hours after he died.
Recently ousted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly wrote an appreciation of the not-as-recently ousted Fox News founder Roger Ailes today that claimed, among other things, “hatred” is what killed him. “He could be brutal verbally but if you were straight with him, he would protect you,” the ex-O’Reilly Factor stalwart wrote for USA Today. Show More Summary
BILL O’REILLY IN USA TODAY: Roger Ailes endured hatred ‘and it killed him. That is the truth.’
At Fox News, Ailes delivered traditional views and Americans heard him loud and clear.
Timothy Caughman, the man who was fatally stabbed on a Midtown Manhattan sidewalk in what the authorities have called an "act of terrorism," was remembered yesterday at a funeral in Queens. Mayor Bill de Blasio told mourners that Caughman, 66, "lived in a state of joy. Show More Summary
The Fort Hood shooter, the former army psychiatrist who was responsible for killing 13 people on the base in 2009, is protesting America’s hatred for Shariah Laws with his 99-pound strike, Fox News reports. Nidal Hasan, who considers...Show More Summary
Prosecutors say James Jackson was "motivated by pure hatred" when he allegedly stabbed a 66-year-old man to death on a Manhattan street. They say Jackson confessed to targeting black men. WCBS-TV's Raegan Medgie reports.
James Harris Jackson, 28, a military veteran from Baltimore was arrested in the murder of a black man on Wednesday, the police say.
THE DEMOCRATS IN 2017: Bernie Sanders Rips Trump For “Stirring Up Fear And Hatred” By Inviting Families Of People Killed By Illegal Aliens.
"Stop using our loved ones to justify the same type of hatred that killed them"
Photographer Burhan Ozbilici's image of the killing of Russia's ambassador to Turkey was described by one jury member as the "face of hatred." Jurors have made it clear that it was a heated debate.
The 20-year-old man who confessed to murdering jogger Karina Vetrano once made a gruesome admission to a teacher's aide in high school about his murderous desires: He wanted to stab all the girls at school. Sources told the New York Post on Monday that Chanel Lewis revealed his plot to the aide on May 17, 2011. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn man accused of killing a female jogger last summer apparently had a "hatred of women," a police source told the Daily News. Chanel Lewis, 20, was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Karina Vetrano. During his court appearance, Vetrano's grieving mother shouted, "He's a demon! He's a demon, he can burn in hell." [ more › ]