O'Reilly is barely even pretending anymore.

Megyn Kelly slams Bill O'Reilly and Fox on sexual harassment but selective in calling out abuse of women.

MSNBC won last week’s primetime ratings race for the very first time and won across the board—on across the board, with total viewers and with viewers between the ages of coveted ages of 25 to 54 years old.

Fox News has fired Bob Beckel, who is a co-host of "The Five," after he made a racist remark to a Black IT employee while the disgraced network is facing a racial discrimination lawsuit.


One of the brave women who recalled experiencing sexual harassment by O’Reilly was Perquita Burgess, who said the conservative pundit called her "hot chocolate" almost 10 years ago.

Charles Payne, who works for Fox News, is facing a lawsuit after the embattled Bill O'Reilly was fired from the network for his sexual harassment scandal.

Network executives are expected to make the announcement before he returns from vacation.

So far 21 advertisers have dropped the O’Reilly Factor after the sexual harassment claims were reported, including blue chip firms such as Mercedes, Glaxo-Smith Kline, BMW of North America and Lexus.

As the world continues to bash Pepsi for its tone-deaf ad featuring Kendall Jenner, another controversial moment featuring the soda giant resurfaced. Bill O’Reilly of Fox News, known for his harsh opinions and race-tinged comments, once decided to light up Pepsi for its ads featuring Ludacris for the 2002 MTV Awards. According to O’Reilly, Ludacris’ lyrics weren’t […]

California Rep. Maxine Waters said that Bill O'Reilly "needs to go to jail" and that his network is a "sexual harassment enterprise" during an MSNBC interview Wednesday.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters says she's a "a strong Black woman" in response to Bill O'Reilly's childish comment about her hair.

On Tuesday's episode of Fox and Friends, Bill O'Reilly suggested he couldn't take Congresswoman Maxine Waters seriously because of her "James Brown wig."