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Bette Midler Nails Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera For Groping; Offers Video Proof

Bette Midler joined the #MeToo campaign with disturbing allegations against Fox News reporter Geraldo Rivera, who only a day ago defended disgraced NBC “Today” host Matt Lauer by calling journalism a “flirty business.” Although the incident involving Rivera occurred in the 1970s, Middler produced a video of a 1991 Barbara Walters interview that confirmed her account. Rivera has been a staunch defender of President Donald Trump ...

Fox News Jumps Shark All Because Bill O’Reilly Couldn’t Get Laid

Fox News is paying a price–figuratively and literally– all because its Golden Boy, Bill O’Reilly, couldn’t get laid. His “locker room” behavior has cost the network at least $13 million and a score of advertisers. How many times can a guy strikeout before he’s out of the game? O’Reilly, who rules the ratings roost at Fox News, appears to be a classic example of President Trump’s view on celebrity entitlement....

Fox News Pays Gretchen Carlson $20M to Settle Roger Ailes Harassment Suit

Gretchen Carlson has forced her former employer, Fox News, to issue a groveling apology and pay her $20 million to settle her lawsuit charging former Fox honcho Roger Ailes with sexual harassment. At least 20 female staffers have complained about the “locker room” atmosphere at the network. In another potentially shocking development, Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren is leaving the cable news channel, effective immediately. ...

Rupert Murdoch Named in New $50M Fox News Sexual Harassment Suit

Roger Ailes, the recently ousted CEO of Fox News, apparently wasn’t the only alleged serial sexual harasser at the news network. Commentator Bill O’Reilly has also been named in a new $50 million lawsuit filed by Andrea Tantaros. She claims Rupert Murdoch, owner of parent company Newscorp and his executive son, Lachlan Murdoch, knew about the conduct and did nothing to stop it....

Donald Trump to Unleash First TV Attack Ads; Expect Worst, Dems Say

Donald Trump, who has made the big lie a central part of his presidential campaign–i.e. Obama created ISIS–is about to fire his first television campaign broadside against Democrat Hillary Clinton. He’s trying to shore up flagging support around the country with a new campaign team. The supposed masterminds behind the campaign are recently ousted Fox News honcho Roger Ailes and Steve Bannon, the executive director of far-right wing news service Breitbart News. ...