On this day in 1941 my father was on the sand lot... He and his buddies were playing football, as he remembers it, on a cold December day.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has a problem with dry lips. During an Election Day broadcast alongside Chris Wallace, Smith picked up his ChapStick from the floor on live television. “What are you doing?” Wallace asked him. “I dropped my ChapStick. Show More Summary
If you were as entranced as we were last week by the wondrous Chris Wallace-Shep Smith chapstick conversation, somehow we got part two today.
Fox News folks have a really weird sense of humor, and Pfizer apparently has a strong sense of product placement. We offer you this clip for its absurdity. In a week with far too much depressing news, this little slice of weirdness is...Show More Summary
The news these days is such a slog that Fox's Shep Smith could not be more relived to cover a mysterious blob of foam that just started filling a street in Santa Clara.
Megyn Kelly joined her colleague Shep Smith on Fox this afternoon to talk about her book Settle for More and her rocky relationship with Donald Trump.
Plus, Shep Smith drops his chapstick, Gisele Bündchen tells Tom Brady to shut it, baby koalas to brighten your day, and more! [ more › ]
Mere hours away from electing the next president of the United States, the American electorate on Tuesday witnessed one of the most fantastic bouts of on-air bickering in Election Day history. The moment began when Shep Smith dropped...Show More Summary
It’s 3:15 on election day, and Fox News is going in hard on the biggest story of the day—Shep Smith’s Chapstick. The hosts have totally lost it, and it’s the best election coverage on air, bar none. Read more...
If you needed just one more amazing Shep Smith moment before the election, your wish has been granted.
Have you heard of the mannequin challenge? Well, why not let Fox News' Shep Smith introduce you to it?
Take a break from the insanity of the election with the funniest news bloopers from last month. Included therein is gay news anchor Blaine Stewart quipping about the Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra, Fox News’ Shep Smith telling people not t… Read The post The Funniest News Bloopers from October 2016 Are Here – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Better late than never, right? Fox News enabler Shepard Smith “came out” in a Huffington Post article this week, sort of. And it only took him over a decade after the editor of the Washington Blade outed him. The year was 2004, and Shepard Smith was, according to Kevin Naff, spotted in a gay bar. Not [...]
Back in July, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes stepped down following months of accusations of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior in the workplace. The conservative news network was sued by Gretchen Carlson, a former on-air personality...Show More Summary
"It was very personal, and very scarring and horrifying.”
Roger Ailes no longer runs Fox News. And Shepard Smith came out today. But those two things are not related, say Smith in a new interview. The Fox News anchor came out today in response to a question about whether Ailes had forced him to remain in the closet. Show More Summary
Fox News host Shepard Smith took a slight swipe at internet-news mogul Matt Drudge in an interview published Monday. In the interview, Huffington Post Washington bureau chief Ryan Grim recalled two very different narratives that played...Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Shep Smith has come out of the closet as gay in an explosive Huffington Post interview in which he denied allegations that former chief Roger Ailes is homophobic. The 52-year-old Smith, whose real first name is Shepard but prefers to go by Shep, both personally and professionally, has been rumored to be... Show More Summary
The Huffington Post reports: Along with the rampant sexual harassment that brought [Roger] Ailes down, there were also reports that he used homophobic slurs toward rivals. Though Shep rarely talks about his sexuality, he is regularly, for instance, included in Out Magazine’s Power 50 list. Show More Summary
NEW YORK ? It’s 3:00 in the afternoon, and Shepard Smith is in the chair. Fox News viewers are about to be in for an hour of broadcasting that is at once deeply familiar ? Shep has been on the network’s air since it went live 20 years...Show More Summary