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In the first chaotic hours after the Quebec City mosque massacre, police detained two men: a French Canadian and one born in Morocco.

Plenty of outlets reported both arrests. But no one did it quite like Fox News.

The Canadian, Alexandre Bissonnette, was mentioned nowhere in Fox’s tweet Monday, which announced: “Suspect in Quebec mosque terrorist attack was of Moroccan origin.”


Former host of Hannity and Colmes, Alan Colmes, has died at 66 after a brief illness.


For nearly two decades, Bill O’Reilly has been Fox News’s top asset, building the No. 1 program in cable news for a network that has pulled in billions of dollars in revenues for its parent company, 21st Century Fox.

Behind the scenes, the company has repeatedly stood by Mr. O’Reilly as he faced a series of allegations of sexual harassment or other inappropriate behavior.

An investigation by The New York Times has found a total of five women who have received payouts from either Mr. O’Reilly or the company in exchange for agreeing to not pursue litigation or speak about their accusations against him. The agreements totaled about $13 million.


Feminist attorney Lisa Bloom and former Fox News contributor Dr. Wendy Walsh today called for an independent investigation into “the culture of sexual harassment” at Fox News Channel.


After a multimillion-dollar payout for Bill O’Reilly rocked Fox News Channel in recent days, former The Five contributor Julie Roginsky is now suing the cable newser, its ex-CEO Roger Ailes and current management for sexual harassment and retaliation for not attacking Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit last year.


“The O’Reilly Factor” is facing a growing advertiser revolt, as 20 companies have pulled their commercials from the show amid a scandal involving the host, Bill O’Reilly.


Outspoken celebrities weighed in on Twitter as numerous advertisers pulled their ads from “The Bill O’Reilly Show” Tuesday. Several groups are calling for Fox News to take action against the prominent network host in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.

The Women’s March is using its official Twitter account to ask followers to share the hashtag #DropOReilly along with their stories of being sexually harassed. Sophia Bush was among those spreading the word.


Fox News parent Twenty-First Century Fox said on Sunday it will investigate a sexual harassment claim against TV anchor Bill O’Reilly , who has seen several companies pull their ads from his top-rated news show in the past week.

The investigation comes after a complaint was phoned in to the network’s corporate hotline last week by Wendy Walsh, a former regular guest on Fox 's The O’Reilly Factor TV show, and her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, which the two posted to YouTube.

“21st Century Fox investigate s all complaints and we have asked the law firm Paul Weiss to continue assisting the company in these serious matters,” the company said in a statement.


Bill O’Reilly set to be dumped: report


O’Reilly has been fired.