A batch of never-before-seen FBI files on late Fox News chief executive Roger Ailes, obtained exclusively by Gizmodo and nonprofit Property of the People, reveals new details about the powerful and controversial media figure who died last year amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Midway through the excerpt of Michael Wolff’s new book which was published in New York magazine yesterday is a detailed recreation of a chat which took place on January 3, 2017 between two of the then-most powerful men in conservative media: Steve Bannon and the late Roger Ailes. The pair were part of what Wolff says…
Rupert Murdoch would like you to know that the string of accusations which revealed a history of sexual harassment and assault at Fox News were not the result of, say, women at the network being sick and tired of abuse. Instead, Murdoch said in an interview Thursday, the scandal at Fox News was “largely political.”
Bill O’Reilly thinks he’s the real victim.
This morning, Gizmodo filed a lawsuit against the FBI seeking access to any files it holds on Roger Ailes, the one-time chief executive of Fox News.
A funeral eulogy delivered by a teenager isn’t usually something that makes the news—unless that teenager is Roger Ailes’ son.
It is understandable to want to refrain from saying ugly things about people who have just died, but Roger Ailes makes that tradition somewhat difficult.
Roger Ailes, who turned Fox News into a feverish, tyrannical instrument of conservative power in America before being brought down by allegations of serial sexual harassment, died Thursday morning. He was 77.
I was on Bill O’Reilly twice—on the show, not the man, a clarification that apparently needs to be made these days. In fact, O’Reilly never sexually harassed me. But his viewers did.
If you thought that Fox News’ problems would dissipate with the firing this week of anchor Bill O’Reilly, think again. Seven more African American Fox News employees are expected to join a racial discrimination lawsuit against the network next week, alleging they have been subject to racial insults and humiliation for…
Former Fox News reporter and weekend anchor Alisyn Camerota, now at CNN, appeared on her network’s Reliable Sources program Sunday to reveal for the first time that former Fox CEO Roger Ailes sexually harassed her over the decade she worked there.