Steve Doocy, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Brian Kilmeade
After 10 years as the lone conservative voice on ABC's The View, Elisabeth Hasselbeck heads to the curvy couch of Fox & Friends on Monday, Sept. 16 (6 a.m./5c, Fox News Channel). Ideologically, the 36-year-old cohost should be more at home with her new TV family of Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. But will we again see the fiery passion that made for must-watch moments on Barbara Walters' coffee klatch? We asked Hasselbeck as she prepared for her new morning gig.
Geraldo Rivera drew a major backlash Friday after claiming that Trayvon Martin's hoodie is to blame for his death and urging black and Latino parents to tell their kids to dress differently.
In an interview with Fox & Friends, Rivera, a Fox News commentator, said Martin made himself a target by wearing a hoodie that fateful Feb. 26 night. Martin, a black, unarmed 17-year-old, was walking home from a 7-11 when George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman, shot and killed him.
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"I believe that George ...
Kirk Cameron says he "absolutely" does not hate gay people and is surprised that his previous remarks that condemned homosexuality caused such a firestorm.
In an interview Tuesday with Today, the Growing Pains star denied that he is homophobic and clarified the comments he made on Piers Morgan Tonight earlier this month when he called homosexuality "unnatural" and "destructive."
GLAAD blasts Kirk Cameron for calling homosexuality "unnatural" and "destructive"
"Absolutely not," he said. "I love all people, I hate no one. ... When you take a subject and reduce it to something like a four-second sound bite and a check mark on a ballot, I think that that's inappropriate ...
Hank Williams Jr
Now that his Monday Night Football opening theme song has been permanently punted from the broadcast, Hank Williams Jr. has written a song zinging Fox & Friends and ESPN and is taking to the airwaves to answer his critics.
Hank Williams Jr.
Hank Williams Jr. has apologized since some thought he compared President Obama to Adolf Hitler on Fox and Friends.
Williams — whose trademark "Are you ready for some football?" theme was pulled by ESPN on its latest Monday Night Football telecast — posted a statement on his website titled...
Hank Williams Jr.
ESPN is no longer "ready for some football" after Hank Williams Jr. made comments comparing President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler, CNN reports.
The country singer, appearing on Fox News' Fox and Friends Monday morning, referred to a June golf game when Obama and House Speaker John Boehner played on the same team as "one of the biggest political mistakes ever." Williams then added "that'd be like...
Paula Deen, Anthony Bourdain
Paula Deen says she's shocked, but is taking the high road after Anthony Bourdain called her the "most dangerous person to America" and claimed her food "sucks."
Anthony Bourdain's celebrity chef smackdown
"I was actually kind of shocked considering I've never met Anthony," Deen told Fox and Friends Friday. "I know he's never been to my home; I've never cooked for him. I don't think he's been to my restaurant. I was really ...
Is Donald Trump desperate for attention now that the latest Celebrity Apprentice has run its course? That would at least explain his most recent flip-flop: during a call-in interview on Monday's Fox & Friends, Trump revealed that, despite indicating otherwise, he still may run for president in 2012...
Donald Trump, Robert De Niro
And Donald Trump's latest Hollywood feud is with... Robert De Niro.
The real estate mogul fired back at the two-time Oscar winner Monday after De Niro criticized his birther obsession with President Barack Obama.
Donald Trump's birth certificate stunt backfires
"Well, he's not the brightest bulb on the planet," Trump said of De Niro during a phone interview on Fox & Friends. "I've been watching him over the years and I like his ...
Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade
Every day, 1.2 million viewers are waking up with Fox News' Fox & Friends, an audience that towers over other cable-news morning shows. But the breezy style of the three coanchors — Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade — has also made the program fodder for the likes of Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart and The Soup's Joel McHale. TV Guide Magazine talked to the trio to find out if they're in on the joke.