How Fox News got its start and its future

“I’m a conservative, and I’m not a fan of liberals.

But I like Fox News.

And I like Donald Trump.

It’s not because I believe that he’s going to be president.”–CNN anchor Erin Burnett.

The news channel that started out as a cable news outlet in the 1990s and became the second-largest cable news network after CNN has attracted a wide variety of viewers in recent years.

But its rise is also one of the story lines that’s shaped the news landscape, and has shaped how people consume the media.

Fox News was founded in 1995, and the network has been around for more than a decade, thanks to its aggressive coverage of national politics and its ability to reach a broad audience.

Its coverage of President Donald Trump, the former reality TV star and reality-TV star, has helped create a political climate that many other networks and news outlets have struggled to replicate.

“I think Fox News is doing a really good job at getting people to understand the president,” said Sean Spicer, a longtime Fox News correspondent.

“It’s got a very positive tone that’s a little different from what you might see on other networks.”

In fact, CNN’s coverage of Trump, including its nightly coverage of the inauguration and the daily specials, has led to a number of complaints from viewers.

Fox’s coverage has also helped it attract advertisers, including a number from the entertainment industry.

But it’s also allowed the network to become more controversial.

It has criticized Democratic presidents as being too soft on crime, and it has called the Clintons, for example, to be investigated for their ties to a sex trafficking ring in the 1970s.

The network has also clashed with the mainstream media over some of its reporting, particularly over the investigation into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia to win the election.

Fox has been a target of protests and legal action in the past.

In 2013, a Fox News employee, Michael Short, sued the network for defamation after the network reported that he was the “top Democrat donor” in the country.

Fox also has been criticized for its coverage of anti-abortion groups.

A New York Times review of the network’s coverage found that the network gave only a “partial” coverage of Planned Parenthood and other anti-choice groups, and even that the anti-choicers were largely ignored.

In 2016, the network also said it had the “worst” coverage on the network of President Barack Obama, the first time it had ever given negative coverage of a sitting president.

The backlash from the scandal has continued over the years.

In 2015, a conservative radio host called for Fox to be shut down over the scandal.

“This is not a liberal news organization,” Rush Limbaugh said.

“You don’t run a liberal radio show.”

In 2017, a number who worked for Fox News told The New York Post that the harassment had become a “perpetual distraction.”

“We have to get out of the news business,” one of them, the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to speak to the media, about the harassment.

“The harassment is relentless and it’s not even a matter of if it’ll happen.

It will happen, because it has happened.

The only way it won’t happen is if Fox News decides not to be part of it anymore.”

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has said he was “shocked” when he learned of the harassment allegations and the retaliation against the employees, which began shortly after the O’Reillys took over the channel.

“What I was shocked by was that a man who’s a good friend of mine was being harassed by someone who was a bad friend of his,” O’Riley told Fox News in 2016.

“And I thought, what the hell?”

A former Fox News staffer told the Post that after O’ Reilly left the network in December, the harassment began again.

“That was a pattern.

That was just the way it went,” the person told the newspaper.

O’Donnell also said he didn’t know about the ongoing harassment until after OReilly’s departure.

“When I heard that, I was like, oh, my God,” O’,Donnell told The Post.

“So I was on the other side of the fence.”

A Fox News spokesman said the network does not comment on ongoing investigations.

CNN declined to comment on O’Keefe’s lawsuit against Fox News, saying it did not comment to the press.

Fox did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The harassment also came after the 2016 presidential election, which saw the Republican nominee, Donald Trump Jr., become the subject of an FBI investigation.

“Trump Jr. was subjected to a sustained campaign of harassment, intimidation and coercion by a person who was the subject and/or financier of the campaign,” the FBI said in a statement.

Fox reported that it had been investigating