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Fox News doesn’t condone Hannity appearance with Trump

Fox News said Tuesday that it has addressed the “unfortunate distraction” of Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro speaking at President Trump’s campaign rally in Missouri the night before, and that it doesn’t condone such behavior.

Coffee maker smashings end, but Keurig’s ad plans a mystery

While Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity called on his supporters to stop smashing Keurig coffee makers to protest a decision to stop advertising on his show, it remains unclear whether Keurig will actually return as a sponsor.

Pitts Jr.: High bar for death to be believed

“Why,” she asked, “must black death be broadcast and consumed to be believed, and what is it beyond spectacle if it cannot be used to obtain justice?”

Hannity says liberal fascists are after his sponsors

Sean Hannity says a media watchdog is guilty of “liberal fascism” for targeting advertisers on his Fox News Channel show, as one company announced Wednesday that it would no longer hawk its wares there. The Chicago-based said that it had been “watching closely” and recently decided to suspend its backing of Hannity.

Ex-Fox News guest: Hannity made ‘uncomfortable’ advances

A former Fox News guest says Sean Hannity made her feel “uncomfortable” by repeatedly asking her to his hotel while on assignment more than a decade ago, and said she stopped appearing on the host’s show soon after refusing to meet him.

Ambrose: Whither Fox News with O’Reilly gone?

The hope is that they will reach for more depth, emphasize objectivity in aggressive reporting and stick to commentary that includes liberal views but remains focused on conservative views.

Gary Crooks: Trump poses unique challenge for media

Many of Donald Trump’s supporters applaud his communication style, saying it bypasses the mainstream media filter. That’s one way to look at it. Another is that it allows him to duck substantive questions. He hasn’t held a press conference since July.

Michael Gerson: Conservative media bubble about to burst

It is a model that has been good for Rush and Fox, but bad for the GOP. Republicans are now caught in a complicated electoral dynamic. What their base, incited by conservative media, is demanding, the country is rejecting

Republican: Hurting Hillary Clinton was ‘big part’ of Benghazi probe

Rep. Richard Hanna, a moderate, pro-abortion rights Republican from New York, told a radio station Wednesday night that Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy was telling the truth when he suggested during a Fox News interview that the special committee on Benghazi should be credited with sinking 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton’s poll numbers.

Froma Harrop: Bundy bandwagon results mixed for Republicans, Fox News

The curtain has dropped on the tale of Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher famous for refusing to pay grazing fees for use of public land. He became a hero to anti-government zealots who oddly failed to see this second helping of taxpayer largesse (the modest fees he didn’t pay already reflected a government subsidy) as the action of a taker, not a maker. But Bundy provided an especially picturesque story custom-made for conservative Fox News. Here was a rancher on a horse, mad at the government and surrounded by a band of do-not-tread-on-me-or-my-Medicare- benefits supporters. All this and heaven, too.