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  2. Fox News controversies - Wikipedia

    Polls and surveys. A poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports during September 2004 found that Fox News was seen as second to CBS as the most politically biased network in the public view. 37% of respondents thought CBS, in the wake of the Killian documents controversy, was trying to help elect Senator John Kerry, while 34% of respondents said they believed that Fox News' goal was to "help elect Bush".

  3. Sky News Australia - Wikipedia

    Sky News Australia is an Australian conservative opinion and news content provider owned by News Corp Australia.Originally launched on 19 February 1996 as Australia's first domestic news channel, it broadcasts rolling news coverage throughout the day, while its prime time lineup is dedicated to opinion-based programs featuring conservative commentators.

  4. MSNBC - Wikipedia

    MSNBC was launched on July 15, 1996. The first show was anchored by Jodi Applegate and included news, interviews, and commentary. During the day, rolling news coverage continued with The Contributors, a show that featured Ann Coulter and Laura Ingraham, as well as interactive programming coordinated by Applegate, John Gibson, and John Seigenthaler.

  5. Tucker Carlson - Wikipedia

    In October 2018, Tucker Carlson Tonight was the second highest-rated cable news show in prime time, after The Sean Hannity Show with Sean Hannity, with 3.2 million nightly viewers. By the end of 2018, the show had begun to be boycotted by at least twenty advertisers after Carlson said immigration makes the country "poorer, dirtier and more ...

  6. 2020 United States presidential debates - Wikipedia

    Background. On October 11, 2019, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that it would host four debates; three of which would be between incumbent president Donald Trump, Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden, and any other participants that qualify, while one debate would be a vice presidential debate between incumbent vice president Mike Pence, Democratic ...

  7. Joe the Plumber - Wikipedia

    Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher (/ ˈ w ɜːr z əl b ɑː k ər /; born December 3, 1973), commonly known as "Joe the Plumber", is an American conservative activist and commentator. He gained national attention during the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign season when, during a videotaped campaign stop in Ohio by then-Democratic nominee Barack Obama, Wurzelbacher raised concerns that Obama's tax ...

  8. Rudy Giuliani - Wikipedia

    A New York State Supreme Court judge ruled in March 2022 that the Smartmatic suit against Fox News and others could proceed, though he dismissed some allegations against Giuliani. On September 10, 2021, Fox News told Giuliani that neither he nor his son Andrew would be allowed on their network for nearly three months.

  9. List of Jimmy Fallon games and sketches - Wikipedia

    Jimmy takes three news headlines and blends them together to create one bizarre headline. In Lighter News. Jimmy reads headlines from lighter news stories to the tune of "Roses are red, violets are blue." Goodnight News. In a parody of Goodnight Moon, Jimmy gets interrupted by a baby's cry during the monologue. He would claim it's the news and ...