FBI Director James Comey thought it was a prank when he first heard that he had been fired on television on Tuesday.
Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino and his brother Marc were indicted on new federal charges of fraud and falsifying records on Friday.
Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly is looking to move away from hard news reporting with hopes “to help people the way Oprah did” on her new NBC show.
Chicago sports reporter Mark Giangreco has been suspended for a tweet that attacked both President Donald Trump and those who voted for him.
Hillary Clinton is now reportedly considering a new television show to help her prepare for another White House run.
Television viewers prefer Fox News for political coverage above all other cable news networks and trust CNN the least among them, according to a recent poll.
TNT has cancelled its planned political drama series “Civil” because the television channel thought the pilot episode on a modern-day American civil war too closely resembled real-life events following the 2016 presidential election.
A Morning Consult poll found that many young people learned about Facebook’s censorship of conservative news outlets from Facebook itself.
Following the death of Bob Barry, Jr., the beloved sports director for KFOR News in Oklahoma, a local rival station, KOCO News, helped to staff the Channel 4 newsroom so that employees could attend his funeral service Friday.
While many longtime Simpsons’ fans have lost interest in the show in recent years it seems FOX may be giving everyone a reason to tune back in this week. It turns out that 25 years ago now-famous comedy writer Judd Apatow wrote and submitted a script for a Simpsons’ episode. This week that episode will finally be made and broadcast.