Tag: Fox News

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Opinion

Dr. Boyce: Why Bill O’Reilly cheers the death of Trayvon Martin

BILL O’REILLY Bill O’Reilly recently added himself to the list of commentators who made remarks about President Obama’s speech on the Trayvon Martin case and George Zimmerman acquittal. O’Reilly gave Obama credit for “addressing the race issue,” but then proceeded to lecture the president about how he is incapable of correcting the real problems in the African American community.

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People

Fox News says popular daytime host Megyn Kelly will move to prime-time lineup

Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly poses at the anchor desk at the Fox studios in New York. (AP Photo/Fox News, Alex Kroke) NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Megyn Kelly will soon move into prime time, and the palace intrigue about who — if anyone — she will displace on cable news’ most popular and stable lineup begins. Kelly, a former lawyer, has been a rising star at Fox. She has hosted the two-hour news program “America Live” at 1 p.m. Eastern since 2010 and co-anchored convention and election night coverage with Bret Baier during the last election season.

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Entertainment

CNN bringing ‘Crossfire’ back on the air

VAN JONES by David Bauder NEW YORK (AP) — CNN said Wednesday that it is bringing the political debate show “Crossfire” back on the air this fall with Newt Gingrich as one of the combatants. The former House speaker and Republican presidential candidate will be one of the four regular hosts of the program, taking the conservative side along with commentator S.E. Cupp of The Blaze. Stephanie Cutter, a former campaign spokeswoman for President Barack Obama, and Van Jones, a Yale-educated attorney and advocate for green projects, will speak from the left.

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National

Study on female breadwinners ignites verbal brawl

Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly poses at the anchor desk at the Fox studios in New York. Kelly says she’s offended by a male colleague’s suggestion that children of working mothers don’t do as well as families with stay-at-home moms. (AP Photo/Fox News, Alex Kroke) by David Bauder AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly said Friday that she’s offended by a male colleague’s suggestion that children of working mothers don’t fare as well as children with stay-at-home moms.