Hannity used his Tuesday night show to suggest questions for Republicans to ask Mueller. More than a dozen GOP queries overlapped with the pro-Trump Fox News star’s requests.
High-level staffers at the company that now owns ex-Gawker sites like Jezebel and Deadspin complain their new leader is destroying a famously freewheeling culture.
CNN fears being eclipsed on the web by Fox News, and the network apparently wants digital staffers to occasionally emulate their rival’s coverage decisions.
The morning show aired a montage last week to honor its famous studio—but several famous and controversial hosts were absent.
The six-part miniseries, starring Russell Crowe as Ailes and Naomi Watts as Gretchen Carlson, offers a surface-level portrait of the TV exec—and lets his henchmen off the hook.