Bill O' Reilly continued to critique the Black Lives Matter movement Tuesday, stating just hours after footage was released of a police officer shooting an unarmed teenager that “black on white” and “black on black” violence is the root of America’s problems.
Black Lives Matter, a movement sprouted from the racial mistreatment of police officers towards men and women of color, was targeted by Fox News host Sean Hannity this week when he compared them to the Ku Klux Klan.
Fox News' Harris Faulkner launched a lawsuit against toy company Hasbro, Inc. over a doll that bore her name and supposed likeness.
Hasselbeck and other naysayers continue to make attempts at undermining the BlackLivesMatter campaign by labeling it a violent hate group.
Calling it a "hate group," conservative Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on Monday pledged to dismantle the Black Lives Matter movement.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump ejected a top Hispanic news anchor from a news conference for, well, trying to ask a question.
Despite the continued shooting of unarmed Black men and women at the hands of police officers, a protected system of structural racism that red lines minorities
Kendrick Lamar‘s powerful performance at the 2015 BET Awards apparently went over the heads of Fox News and network host Geraldo Rivera, who claimed the rapper
Bill O’Reilly is at it again, and rap music is once again his target. The Fox News host recently placed blame on “rap culture” for the decline in Christianity during his show, due to the genre glorifying “depraved behavior, and that sinks into the minds of some young people.” See the video of his theory above. […]
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith apologized on-air Monday after the network erroneously reported that police shot a Black Baltimore man who was attempting to escape arrest,…
A Chicago police officer who fatally shot a 95-year-old World War II veteran with a beanbag gun was acquitted Wednesday. Park Forest Police Officer Craig Taylor, who shot John Wrana at an assisted living facility in July 2013, was found not guilty of felony reckless conduct. Cook County Judge Luciano Panici said the officer acted with restraint as […]
Just when we thought we have heard enough from Stacey Dash, she is finally recognizing some of her outlandish statements made on Fox News, as well as their repercussions. After stirring up huge controversy by calling rape victims “bad girls who like to be naughty,” the former Clueless star came under huge fire on social media, […]