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Another high-profile sexual harassment case rocks the conservative cable news outlet.
Sexual harassment scandals at the company continue to pile up.
A sexist culture extends into yet another division at Fox.
Lisa Durden lost her job following an appearance on Tucker Carlson's show.
“I have been threatened with lynching and having the bullet from a .44 Magnum put in my head,” said Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor.
Exploiting Seth Rich’s death backfires.
A Fox News Radio shift editor claims women were called “whores” and “sluts” by Ron Flatter, a former radio anchor, who wasn’t reprimanded.
Beckel was irked when a Black IT employee came to his office to fix his computer.
The sexual harassment claims against him could be complicated by a 19th-century New York state law that bars people with stakes in lawsuits from testifying about private conversations with parties who have died.
Jessica Golloher was told she would be laid off just one day after using the company's harassment hotline.
Bill Shine resigns at the same time a Fox News contributor claims she was taken off the air for no longer being "physically perfect."
Kelly claims he "has been effectively sidelined and asked to perform the role of a 'Jim Crow' — the racist caricature of a Black entertainer.”
Television journalist Alisyn Camerota alleged that Ailes frequently directed inappropriate comments to female employees about body parts.
Beloved by David Duke and the DailyStormer.com, Tucker Carlson will take O’Reilly’s spot.
O'Reilly's latest sexual harassment lawsuit came from a Black woman who said he called her "hot chocolate."
TV host Bill O’Reilly announced he is taking a vacation, but Rashad Robinson of Color Of Change said, “This is a PR thing that media outlets try to do to stifle the energy of a campaign like ours.”
21st Century Fox’s announcement over the weekend comes after numerous companies pulled ads from Fox News.
If men "get a come-on at all by the woman whom they feel is attractive, then they're in," Bill O’Reilly once said on his show.
Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai say “no mas.” The habitually offensive network hit by another sexual harassment lawsuit.
“Bill, you’re my boss!” a former Fox News producer said in a lawsuit she told Bill O’Reilly when he propositioned her for sex.
Two Black women said they "and other dark-skinned employees suffered years-long relentless racial animus" at the company.
The Fox News host's comment about Rep. Maxine Waters is "no laughing matter," rather "a well-worn diversion and act of denigration," a Rutgers women's and gender studies professor told DiversityInc.
“Moonlight” achieved its victory due to a “political imperative” and because “you knew what the movie was about,” according to Fox host Tucker Carlson.