It’s been an election cycle like no other, and even less than a week from Election Day, it’s likely far from over.
The now Fox News contributor had sought $25 million in retribution over a 2014 story on her retracted Benghazi report for CBS.
The president said “rules” are being written and if they’re not followed, reporters can still be thrown out of briefings.
It’s two parts fear, one part entertainment, for Ailes and the network he created, according to an upcoming documentary by Alexis Bloom.
Meanwhile, Trump’s Justice department has its first loss since 2004.
Advertisers got their fill of video presentations, but Kimmel was the lone voice on the impending Fox acquisition.
The show is a spinoff of sorts of its popular news podcast “The Daily.”
The streaming service pitched itself as a big, growing, TV provider with a lot of star power behind it.
The fete also drew Golden Globe winners Elisabeth Moss, Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell.
Ground-breaking retailer hooks up with potential holiday blockbuster film.
Search engines and social media continued to attract the most online traffic in June.