How Donald Trump and Fox News Went Back to War
The heirs: Sam Dolnick, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, and David Perpich.
He’s staffing up, and out to get one rival in particular.
Ailes had to mute his defense of his star anchor after the GOP debate.
A truce to prevent Trump from potentially damaging the Fox News brand.
The debate showed Roger Ailes has had a change of heart, and he could prove to be a tougher opponent than any Trump’s faced.
Left unchecked, the dysfunction threatens to undermine the Donald's core message: his management acumen.
Fox's team of election analysts is currently crunching numbers to set the field.
“Crazy stuff! You have a TV executive deciding who is in — and out — of a presidential debate!”
Has Fox News spun out of the media mogul's control?
Is the notoriously snarky media growing up, or falling apart?
"There is a cottage industry that doesn't exist for Democrats."
Rupert Murdoch issues a stinging rebuke.
The younger Murdoch cares about climate change, but he also cares about the $1 billion Fox News nets annually.
"Consider this the ascension of both sons, and not James."
It could represent a seismic change for both the publishing industry and for the media company itself.
Hersh says he published the piece in the LRB because Remnick was not interested in having him write a magazine piece on the bin Laden raid.
After landing on a high-profile watch list, the Clinton group is fighting to recover its good name.
The trouble didn’t start with Brian Williams.
It’s basically the best gift Fox News could ever ask for — fodder for the fight against the liberal media.