- CNN MoneyAug 02 08:09 AM
Many of the 17 Republican presidential candidates aren't happy with the criteria for Thursday night's debate on Fox News.
- CNN MoneyAug 02 08:18 AM
Some of the Republican candidates for president are unhappy about the restrictive criteria for Thursday's debate. But they're not making the rules - Fox News is.
- The HillAug 01 03:16 AM
Many await word from Fox on how they will conduct Thursday's debates.
- CBS NewsJul 28 06:56 PM
The network waives a requirement that candidates average at least one percent in national polls to qualify for the Aug. 6 event
- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJul 30 04:12 PM
With the Fox News debates only one week away, candidates likely to make it to the main stage are beginning to hear some details. According to two people familiar with the network's plans, candidates will get one minute to answer each question addressed to them by moderators Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace and Bret Baier during the program, which begins at 9 p.m. Eastern time on August 6. The campaign...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJul 31 10:11 AM
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With Donald Trump sucking up the oxygen on the campaign trail, these are stressful days for the group of Republican candidates who, try as they might, may not qualify for their party's first presidential debate in Cleveland next week. Under controversial rules laid down by debate host Fox News and backed by the Republican National Committee (RNC), only the...
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJul 22 09:00 PM
"My relationship with Rupert has never been better — I talked to him three times today, and none of the conversations involved Donald Trump or The New York Times," Ailes tells THR of the media coverage highlighting a feud between his boss and the Republican presidential contender.
- Salon.comJul 31 09:22 AM
Which polls will determine who gets into the debates? It's all up to one egomaniacal television executive
- The Huffington Post UKJul 31 08:00 AM
Russell Brand has lambasted Fox News for "haranguing and harassing" homeless people on the streets of New York. In his latest, 'The Trews', which focuses on the Rupert Murdoch -owned news channel "bullying" poor people sleeping rough, the 40-year-old comedian slams presenter Bill O'Reilly for talking about homeless people as an inconvenience. O'Reilly, who has had a number of run-ins with Brand...
- Washington PostJul 30 08:00 AM
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