In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said 2017 was a good year, despite being lamented en masse by the media.
Political analyst Gayle Trotter said we have "seen the death of" investigative journalism in 2017.
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace on Thursday was awarded the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) Founders Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Tucker Carlson debated BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith four months after their first fiery battle over an unverified dossier of damaging claims against President Trump.
Sean Hannity responded to CBS News veteran journalist Ted Koppel who called the "Hannity" host "bad for America" in a Sunday news piece.
Former ABC journalist Barbara Walters said recently she doesn't like the direction in which the talk show she co-created is heading.
Fox News Sunday anchor and award-winning journalist Chris Wallace spoke to Bret Baier about the honor of being chosen to be the first Fox News Channel moderator of a general election presidential debate.
A 9-year-old girl managed to scoop a big murder story in her hometown of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, but not everyone is congratulating her.
In a letter to President Obama, a group representing 38 journalism organizations called out the White House for a lack of transparency. Katie Pavlich weighed in this afternoon on The Real Story, calling to mind what she encountered while covering the fallout from Operation Fast and Furious.
Officials in some of the largest media organizations in the United States are accusing the federal government of violating their constitutional rights by not allowing them to use drones to capture video or take pictures.