Shepard Smith is giving up Fox Report, his nightly 7 p.m. newscast, to become chief anchor and managing editor for a division in charge of handling all breaking news coverage for Fox News.
Instead of a doing a fixed hour of straight news amid the commentators that front most of the Fox News shows, Smith's reporting will be "weaved in," as he says, throughout the day when necessary...
George Zimmerman, the man accused in the murder of Travyon Martin, says he hopes this experience is the most difficult thing he has to go through in his lifetime. But he wouldn't change what's happened.
In February, Zimmerman, a 28-year-old neighborhood watch coordinator, shot and killed the unarmed 17-year-old Martin, who Zimmerman says was behaving suspiciously. Zimmerman claimed self-defense and was charged in April with second degree murder. He pleaded not guilty and is free on bond while awaiting trial.
Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity
Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity will continue their dominance at Fox News Channel.
President Barack Obama and an outpouring of celebrities and media personalities paid homage to Larry King Thursday, as the anchor signed off CNN for the last time.
King's last show was co-hosted by Bill Maher and Ryan Seacrest, who began the night by introducing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger with a proclamation that it was...
Here's a breakdown of what kind of 2010 midterm elections coverage you can expect and where:
8/7c: Co-anchors George Stephanopoulos and Diane Sawyer will interrupt the Dancing With the Stars results show with live updates.
The Cincinnati Tea Party will offer refunds after Fox News host Sean Hannity pulled out of an appearance at its Tax Day rally — a cancellation that the group said has not been fully explained.
"We've offered refunds. Although it was not our error, we felt it was the right thing to do for the attendees," Cincinnati Tea Party spokesman Justin Binik-Thomas told TVGuide.com.
Binik-Thomas said more than 10,000 people turned out for Thursday's rally at the University of Cincinnati, which was going ...
The Fox network announced that Alan Colmes, the liberal half of its news channel's popular Hannity & Colmes will leave the show at the end of the year.
Colmes is ready to move on from the popular show in order to "develop new and challenging ways to contribute to the growth of the network," Variety reports.
Colmes' co-host Sean Hannity was magnanimous about his partner's exit saying...
Most point-a-finger-in-your-face cable-news hosts wouldn't bother defending a competitor. But after CNN's Larry King took a beating in the press recently for seeming old and out of it, Fox News' Sean Hannity stood up for him on Hannity & Colmes. The conservative Hannity also seems to have a soft spot for Howard Stern (he got the first interview with the shock jock after CBS filed its lawsuit against him) and is no fan of the fine-happy FCC. So the Biz thought it might be an interesting time to check in with Hannity, who cohosts the No. 2-rated show in cable news, and see what's on his mind.
TVGuide.com: So what made you feel compelled to support Larry King?Sean Hannity: It was sincere. He was under fire for just about everything — his health, he's frail, he's not doing well. You know what? For better or worse, he still has the consistently highest-rated show on that network. When I saw these attacks and I saw there was no respons