Over the past year, Republicans have ratcheted up their attacks on tech companies, accusing them of limiting the reach of conservative news, views and users. Their allegations have been the subject of multiple hearings on Capitol Hill, including an upcoming hearing on Sept. 5 featuring Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. It has also become a political rallying cry for some GOP leaders, including Trump, whose campaign shared the president's tweets with supporters late Tuesday - and asked them to donate. … [Read more...] about Trump signals he may not seek to regulate Google search results
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WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 18: Fox News Channel anchor, Bret Baier, center, has his measurements taken by Ralph Quintanilla, right, for a suit at the channel's location on North Capitol Street NE on Thursday October 18, 2012 in Washington, DC. Baier has been losing weight in an effort to be more health conscience. He had been measured recently, but had lost more weight since then. (Photo by Matt McClain for The Washington Post via Getty Images) … [Read more...] about Fox News host calls out Rep. Jim Jordan for cherry-picking Michael Cohen’s testimony
is not happy with Fox News. The cable news network published an Associated Press article about him on their website in September, under the heading “Sex Crimes.” The problem is, the story had nothing to do with sex crimes, and now Rembis is suing Fox for libel to the tune of “over $10,000,000.” … [Read more...] about I’m Not a Pedophile: Fox News Sued for $10 Million After Publishing Article Under ‘Sex Crimes’
The group has aired this ad and previous ads, including one of Reagan defending the rule of law and one about President Richard Nixon's firing of a special prosecutor during the Watergate scandal, in Washington and New York City on Fox News and MSNBC. This week marks the first time the group has aired ads outside those major cities. … [Read more...] about Robert Mueller is getting some unlikely support from TV ads. By Republicans. On Fox News.
Trump claimed that U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports generated $11 billion in the last four months, which appears to be a significant exaggeration. According to the advocacy group Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, which tracks the fees, American businesses and consumers paid $2.2 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports in October, the first month in which Trump's tariffs were fully in effect. … [Read more...] about Trump Defends Hush-Money Payments In Fox News Interview