Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuit Against Fox — Including Murdochs — Over 2020 Election Can Move Forward, Judge Rules

Topline Dominion Voting Systems’ defamation lawsuit against Fox Corporation will move forward—though its claims against a Fox subsidiary will not—a state judge in Delaware ruled Tuesday, after the voting machine company alleged Fox executives including Rupert Murdoch and son Lachlan led Fox News’ effort to push baseless election fraud claims involving Dominion machines despite allegedly…

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A Fox News camera operator has died from injuries sustained in Ukraine

The camera operator who accompanied injured Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall in Ukraine was killed by the incoming fire that struck their vehicle Monday.Fox News Media Chief Executive Suzanne Scott told staff in a memo Tuesday that Pierre Zakrzewski died from injuries sustained while reporting with Hall in Horenka, outside Kyiv. Hall remains hospitalized in…

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Judge says Smartmatic can pursue election-rigging claims against Fox News, Giuliani

A New York state judge on Tuesday said Smartmatic can pursue its $2.7 billion defamation lawsuit claiming that Fox News Network, Rudolph Giuliani and others falsely accused the electronic voting systems maker of helping rig the 2020 U.S. presidential election to favor Democrat Joe Biden.Justice David Cohen of New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan…

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Fox News tops ratings for coverage on Jan. 6 anniversary events

Fox News topped ratings for coverage of the anniversary events for the Jan. 6 Capitol riot on Thursday, beating competitors such as CNN and MSNBC.Over the course of the day, Fox News garnered 1.6 million total viewers as cable news highlighted the one year anniversary of supporters of former President TrumpDonald TrumpRon Johnson to run for reelection:…

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Fox cancels ‘New Year’s Eve Toast & Roast 2022’ telecast due to omicron surge

Fox has decided against moving forward with its “New Year’s Eve Toast & Roast 2022” production in New York due to the ongoing surge of Covid-19 and its omicron variant. The network announced its shift in plans on Tuesday evening.“While we are confident in the health and safety protocols for ‘Fox’s New Year’s Eve Toast…

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Fauci says Jesse Watters should ‘be fired on the spot’ after Fox News host’s ‘kill shot’ comments

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday called out the “crazy” threats made against him by Fox News Channel’s Jesse Watters, saying the conservative provocateur should “be fired on the spot.” The nation’s top infectious disease doctor, appearing on CNN’s “New Day,” was responding to comments Watters made over the weekend to the conservative, pro-Trump youth group…

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Fox News hosts texted Meadows on Jan. 6 saying Trump needed to call off rioters, House panel says

Three Fox News hosts texted then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows during the Jan. 6 riot urging him to press former President Donald Trump to call off his mob of supporters clashing with police at the Capitol, the congressional committee investigating the attack revealed in newly released text messages.The panel’s vice chair, Rep. Liz…

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Two Fox News contributors quit over Tucker Carlson’s Jan. 6 documentary

A pair of Fox News contributors have quit their roles at the network, saying prime-time host Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonRittenhouse defense attorney says he threw Tucker Carlson’s film crew ‘out of the room several times’ Rittenhouse after trial: ‘Self-defense is not illegal’ Tucker Carlson gets Rittenhouse interview for Monday night MORE’s recent documentary series examining the Jan.…

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Neil Cavuto begs Fox News viewers to get Covid vaccinations

Veteran Fox News personality Neil Cavuto, in his first television interview since disclosing his Covid-19 diagnosis, begged viewers Sunday to “toss the political speaking points” and get vaccinated.The host of “Your World with Neil Cavuto” appeared on the network’s “MediaBuzz” with Howard Kurtz and minced no words in asking anyone within earshot to get inoculated…

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Fox News anchor deletes tweet suggesting Powell’s death ‘raises new concerns’ about vaccine efficacy

Fox News anchor John Roberts deleted a tweet on Monday that suggested former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s death from COVID-19 complications raises “new concerns” about the long-term efficacy of inoculation. Powell’s family announced his death in a statement that also said the 84-year-old had been fully vaccinated.He also reportedly had been diagnosed from multiple myeloma, a type of blood…

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