- Geek & Sci-Fi
A veritable powerhouse of diversity, Fox News employs 12 non-blonde female on air personalities in addition to the 14 blondes.
'Fox and Friends' co-host Steve Doocy tried to get some people on the street to share in his outrage over gender neutral restrooms.
'The ‘O’Reilly Factor’s' Jesse Watters invaded gay pride in San Francisco and if you ask me, he enjoyed himself just a little too much.
Just another July 4th over at Fox News. That was until a hero emerged from the crowd.
Is Fox News missing the point of 'Bioshock Infinite' or do they just not care?
Ha ha, lets all laugh at feminists at the N.O.W. conference because Fox News iz gud at satire.
What do you get when you add a beautiful reporter in a bikini and a creepy male anchor? You get this video.
Russell Brand expertly breaks down a crazy rant by Judge Jeanine Pirro. His conclusion: Fox News is more dangerous than Islamic terrorists.
Dick Cheney is running around blaming Obama for the mess in Iraq. Megyn Kelly wasn't having it.
In true Tucker Carlson fashion, Tucker Carlson doesn't understand why the driver in the Tracy Morgan crash should be held accountable.
A new study reveals that by using humor and satire, 'The Colbert Report' has been better as educating Americans than all other news sources.
Elliot Rodger did what he did because of his "homosexual impulses."
Details into the arrest of Gregg Jarrett are emerging, and this is getting sadder by the minute.
Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett was arrested completely wasted at an airport bar yesterday afternoon.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck didn't appreciate it when Shawn Stuckey made sense this morning about marijuana use in teens.
Jon Stewart apologized to Megyn Kelly, one of only three journalists he allegedly respects.
This video of three dogs -- Jess, Buster, and little Elmo -- receive sausage treats, is adorable.
The Daily Show finally got around to ripping Fox News over its relentless Benghazi coverage, after it carried water for the Bush administration over Iraq.
On 'Fox and Friends,' Donald Trump said he thinks that what Donald Sterling said was 'despicable' and V. Stiviano was 'baiting him.'
Cliven Bundy just won't shut his mouth. Now he's talking to CNN since Fox News wants nothing to do with him.