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    In a case of potential brand-blemishing by association, the Murdoch empire’s cash cow, Fox News Media, is spending $250,000 to underwrite a three-day partisan political confab featuring ousted president Donald Trump and a host of speakers on multiple panels pushing the big lie that President Joe Biden was fraudulently elected. Fox News Media donated the money via its fledgling Fox Nation streaming service, which is listed as a top corporate sponsor—along with the American Conservative Union, the organizer of the confab, and Liberty HealthShare, a Christianity-based health-care management firm—of this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida. (Fox Nation was also a sponsor of CPAC 2020, albeit at a much lower tier costing at least $28,000.) Fox News Media—which is the most profitable part of Fox Corp., a publicly traded company boasting $12.3 billion in 2020 revenue—narrowly avoided further possible public-relations trouble when CPAC on Monday hastily canceled its...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images More than a month after the presidential election, issues surrounding it are still front and center — along with the continued coronavirus surge — as indicated by the slate of interviews scheduled for this weekend’s Sunday news shows. Notable bookings for Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020: Chris Wallace will interview John Brennan – former CIA director, current Trump critic, and frequent target of Fox News opinion shows – on Fox News Sunday, while Sunday Morning Futures on sister network Fox Business will feature a full slate of Trump acolytes. Former CISA director Chris Krebs, whose first interview since being fired on Twitter by Trump was with 60 Minutes, returns to CBS for Face the Nation. Operation Warp Speed Chief Adviser Moncef Slaoui will appear on both Face the Nation and CNN’s State of the Union. Dr. Deborah Birx of the White House coronavirus task force will appear on...
    Fox News Media is set to debut its first original Christmas movie, streaming on Fox Nation from November 26 through November 2021. Brain Power Studio is producing the film, titled Christmas in the Rockies, in association with INSP Films and Fox Nation. The movie will follow Katie Jolly, whose dreams of leaving her small town to escape to New York City are derailed when she ends up taking over the family’s lumber business once a relative is injured. “See how the bumps in the road of life turn into magic moments,” says the narrator of the film’s trailer. “Cozy up with Fox Nation for a story about the importance of family.” Viewers should also expect a love interest and a lumberjack competition, which Jolly must learn to navigate amid financial troubles. As if love and lumberjacks weren’t enough, Fox & Friends co-hosts Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt are also expected...
    Diamond and Silk, the Trump-supporting internet celebrities and sisters, suggested that their separation from Fox News could be the result of "systemic racism." Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson question why the network distanced itself from the duo in April after they promoted coronavirus conspiracy theories when they say others at the network did the same and were not disciplined for it. The pair, who appeared on Fox News and were contributors to the network’s streaming service Fox Nation, broach the subject in their new book, Uprising: Who the Hell Said You Can’t Ditch and Switch?, which is scheduled to be released later this week. “Here is the crazy thing, y’all,” Silk writes in the book, according to the Daily Beast. “Fox News hosts like Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham were questioning the same things we were questioning about the virus and pandemic. The very same...
    The Chrysler building, now an iconic part of the New York City skyline, represents an era of concentrated economic growth, industrial power, and an architectural turning point for the country, but roadblocks stalling the race to build the world's tallest building nearly destroyed the project entirely. In a new Fox Nation series "American Built" released this week, Fox News host Steeve Doocy explores the vision, design, and ingenuity behind five extraordinary projects that capture the American spirit. CHRYSLER BUILDING UP FOR SALE In the episode "American Built: Chrystler Building," Doocy sits down with the grandson of Walter Chrysler, renowned architects, engineers, and historians who describe the sacrifice and soul that went into the iconic Art Deco-style skyscraper, located on the East Side of Manhattan. "There was a frenzy in everything at that moment, said Aaron Betsky, Director of Virginia Tech School of Architecture. "It seems like dancing went faster, art went faster, the stock markets...
    Zachary Petrizzo / Mediaite Pro-Trump personalities Diamond and Silk, since leaving Fox News streaming service Fox Nation in a cloud of Covid-19 controversy, have found a new outlet to host their show: Newsmax TV. Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson’s new program, “Diamond and Silk Crystal Clear,” debuted this past Saturday at 7:30 pm EST. Diamond & Silk’s show will regularly air on Saturday evenings, following a new program from far-right columnist Michelle Malkin titled, Michelle Malkin Sovereign Nation. Malkin’s new show also has a 30-minute block on Saturdays, starting at 7 p.m. EST, and debuted this past weekend. Diamond & Silk were sacked from Fox News’ subscription service, Fox Nation, in late April of this year after the controversial duo floated coronavirus conspiracy theories. No public reason was given for why Fox Nation had cut ties with the pro-Trump pair, but they repeatedly courted controversy for spreading misinformation on the pandemic. In...
    Former NFL player Shannon Sharpe and former NBA player Stephen Jackson both have ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a notorious anti-Semite. Sharpe and Jackson have both faced scrutiny for their responses to NFL wide receiver DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic comments. Stephen Jackson has praised Farrakhan as “my leader” and both he and Sharpe have defended Farrakhan against charges of anti-Semitism. Former NFL player and current Fox Sports analyst Shannon Sharpe and former NBA player and Showtime podcast host Stephen Jackson both have ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a notorious anti-Semite. Farrakhan has described Jews as “satanic,” railed against interracial marriage — which he claimed “mongrelized” the black race — and has said “Hitler was a very great man.” Sharpe and Stephen Jackson have both faced criticism for their responses to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson’s promotion of Farrakhan and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories...
    Fox News contributor and Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones sat down with NASCAR's Darrell ‘Bubba’ Wallace Jr. to talk about a series of controversies that have ensnared him, his sport, and the country since the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Wallace, 26 years old and the only active Black driver in the NASCAR Cup Series, has been an outspoken figure in recent weeks. Following Floyd's death, he painted his No. 43 car black and displayed the phrases "Black Lives Matter" and "Compassion, love and understanding." "People see the organization Black Lives Matter and they have their criticism of the organization," said Jones, when they spoke on June 30 in a special episode of "One Nation with Lawrence Jones" on Fox Nation. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25 PERCENT OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION "But when you put Black Lives Matter on your car, what does it mean to you?" he asked. "That Black...
    About four months away from the 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump looked back on his first day in the White House in an exclusive interview with "Fox and Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade. "Do you remember the moment when this became your office, when this became the place you live?" Kilmeade asked the president as they walked along the West Wing colonnade, in the latest episode of the Fox Nation series "What Made America Great," which was filmed on June 22. "I remember the first night more than any other night, and any other time... the Lincoln Bedroom is right next to where I stay," said the president in the Fox Nation show, which also aired on the Fox News Channel on Sunday night. The full director's cut of the program is available exclusively on Fox Nation. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION "You grow up with the White House," Trump continued,...
    Listen to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s “Message to America” on July 4 on Fox Soul Network. The address “The Criterion: Announcement to the World” will air at 11 a.m. EST, the network tweeted on Thursday, according to Breitbart. The tweet announcing the date and time of the broadcast is no longer available on the social media platform.  Farrakhan has been known to spew hateful rhetoric against Jews, gay people and Americans. Fox network launched Fox Soul in January. The channel features four hours of streaming programming daily. The channel is geared toward reaching African American audiences, according to Breitbart.  Former New York State Assemblyman and founder of Americans Against Antisemitism Dov Hikind urged Fox Soul to cancel the program via Twitter. He called Farrakhan, who is known as the “Honorable” Minister, the “Dishonorable Minister of Hate.” He demanded the network to “immediately cancel” the broadcast of the “extremist hate group.”...
    The new Fox ‘Soul’ network has announced that it will air Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s “Message to America” on a special July 4th program, despite his history of racism, antisemitism, and homophobia. LIVE ON FOX SOUL: THE CRITERIONTHE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN will deliver his MESSAGE TO AMERICA on JULY 4th at 11am ET / 8am PT. For More information visit https://t.co/cQCGt59mm7 and tune into FOX https://t.co/ZQ7BibvsBi or Download the FOX SOUL APP pic.twitter.com/CdJoQLcEnP — foxsoultv (@foxsoultv) June 26, 2020 Farrakhan’s history of hateful rhetoric is well-documented. In 2018, he compared Jews to termites. That same year, he drew criticism for defending the use of the phrase “death to America” during a conversation with students in Iran. The main FOX network launched Fox Soul in January in an effort to reach African American audiences — and to reach beyond the conservative branding of Fox News. Fox Soul offers...
    A number of powerful documentaries examining the African-American experience in America are now available on Fox Nation. "They Fight" documents the journey of a team of young boxers and their coach, who train in Washington, D.C.'s Ward 8, the most impoverished part of that city. The fighters and their volunteer coach all have their challenges to overcome, including a lack of funding and stable home lives, as they set their sights set on the 2017 Junior Olympics. Ragahleak “Peanut” Bartee is one of the boys featured in the documentary and one of the program's most successful fighters. He won the 75-pound intermediate division Junior Olympic national championship in 2015. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION "I see myself in like the next five, four years, you know, having my first professional fight," he said, speaking directly into the camera, sitting in front of a rundown boxing ring, in their free...
    Fox Nation host Raymond Arroyo went to Santa Monica, Calif., to speak to small business owners, who found their stores, and in some cases their lives, threatened by violent mobs amid the turmoil in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION "At the end of May, here at the Santa Monica Promenade, 80 businesses were looted, ransacked, and destroyed while police did nothing," narrated Arroyo, in a special episode of Fox Nation's "Laura and Raymond." "In all, 225 businesses suffered damage." On Sunday, May 30, a peaceful protest descended into chaos after a smaller group of looters broke away from the main demonstrations. Locals merchants said that when the violence and destruction spiraled out of control the police were nowhere to be found.  In the end, however, law enforcement reportedly made about 400 arrests. Kristen Rotblatt, the manager of the Santa Monica Homoeopathic pharmacy,...
    In a special Father's Day episode of Fox Nation's "Ainsley's Bible Study," Ainsley Earhardt sat down with five dads who shared their thoughts on fatherhood and faith. "We live in a culture that suppresses manhood in many different ways," said retired NFL tight end Benjamin Watson. "When you talk to men about what true manhood is, you'll get a variety of different answers and most of them are not biblical." "Most of them have to do with power. They have to do with sex. They have to do with money. All things that in our human spirit we desire," he continued. "When we turn everything back to scripture, which is where the real truth is, we see what true manhood is." FORMER NFL STAR BEN WATSON PREACHES JUSTICE, KINDNESS AT 'BOSTON PRAY' EVENT Watson, who played for the New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots, noted that he is grateful to have grown...
    The stretch of Seattle streets taken over by protesters—originally known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ); recently renamed the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP)—has proved confusing for many. Conflicting reports tend to paint it as either a liberal utopia or a radical takeover, while the reality is significantly less extreme. But perhaps none have been as flummoxed by it as Fox News. Fox News’ coverage of Seattle’s cop-free zone has been riddled with falsities and inaccuracies, photoshopping images and misidentifying public officials more than once. Then, there’s Tucker Carlson’s show. A clip about Seattle on Tuesday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight became popular on Twitter after Media Matters’ John Whitehouse (@existentialfish) shared it with the caption, “i didn’t edit this footage at all.” i didnt edit this footage at all pic.twitter.com/afEkKzQrXb— John Whitehouse (@existentialfish) June 17, 2020 Purported to show “life inside our newest neighbor: CHOP,” the clip...
    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was nominated by President Donald Trump, has drawn criticism from some conservatives after writing the opinion in a landmark ruling -- finding that employers cannot legally fire employees for being gay or transgender. Erick Erickson, the editor of The Resurgent and host of the Erick Erickson Show, said that many American evangelicals may now reconsider their support for President Trump in 2020. In Tuesday's episode of "Final Thoughts," Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren argued that the conservative ideology should be inclusive enough to accept the Supreme Court decision. "You can be Christian, conservative, and a proud Trump supporter and believe people should not be fired for who they love or the lifestyle they lead outside of the workplace," said Lahren. Lahren argued that condemnations from the "conservative thought police" also discourage young people from joining the Republican party and the conservative cause. "Attempting to take away someone's conservative card for...
    A Las Vegas police officer shot in the head during a June 1 protest is paralyzed from the neck down, on a ventilator and unable to speak, according to his family. "Officer Shay Mikalonis. Does that name sound familiar? Sadly, probably not," said Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren on Friday's episode of "Final Thoughts." LIMITED TIME OFFER, GET YOUR FIRST MONTH OF FOX NATION FOR $0.99 Police said that the 20-year-old shooting suspect was walking amid demonstrators, who were protesting against the death of George Floyd, when police attempted to disperse the crowd. The suspect allegedly fired a shot at Mikalonis from 50 feet away as the officer was handcuffing an individual.  Mikalonis was struck in the back of the head and immediately collapsed. "The bullet pierced his spine and then lodged into the right side of his face," recounted Lahren, "He will never be the same. He made that sacrifice just as all...
    NASCAR team owner Richard Childress learned his business from the ground up. "I started out with a $20 taxi cab and that was my first race car," Childress told Fox Nation host Johnny "Joey" Jones in a new episode of "Fox Nation Outdoors." "Only in America could a kid with a $20 race car and a dream be standing here speaking to you," said the NASCAR legend, as he and Jones toured the Richard Childress Racing Museum in Lexington, North Carolina. NASCAR'S KURT BUSCH HUNTS ON TEXAS RANCH OVERRUN BY FERAL HOGS In this new Fox Nation series, Jones travels the country to celebrate America's hunting and fishing culture. Jones and Childress got together for two days of bird hunting, but they also took some time to appreciate another great American sport: stock car racing. "Dale Earnhardt and Richard Childress were a formidable team as driver and owner and are forever linked in the history...
    In 2000, Congress undertook the most ambitious environmental restoration project of its kind in the United States. The Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) is a federal-state partnership to "restore, preserve, and protect" the Florida Everglades — the largest wetland in the Western hemisphere and a cornerstone of both South Florida's ecosystem and way of life. Until recently, the federal government never upheld its end of the bargain by providing adequate funding. "The funding plan was that the state and the federal governments would each contribute $200 million a year and over a 20 year period of time. We didn't live up to that," Steve Davis, senior ecologist and acting communications director of the Everglades Foundation, told Fox Nation. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION Twenty years after the passage of the CERP, the partnership has not completed a single major project. But the Trump administration has given new...
    Nearly one year ago, 3-year-old River Kelly Smith, son of Granger and Amber Smith, died in a drowning accident at the family home in Texas. Smith told his long-time friend and Fox Nation host Johnny "Joey" Jones that he and his wife will never be the same, but they are determined to continue living their lives. The couple is also parents to son Lincoln, 5, and daughter London, 7. "I had a dream about it last night," Smith told Jones on "Fox Nation Outdoors." "It's not ever going to leave me. It does not go away." JOHNNY 'JOEY' JONES HUNTS AND FISHES WITH MARINE CORPS LEGEND In this new Fox Nation series, Jones travels the country with some of his closest friends, exploring America's outdoors culture. Jones and Smith are former neighbors, who always shared a passion for hunting. They got together in Texas to hunt exotic game for this episode, but Jones explained...
    A Nick Jr. cartoon, a Hollywood classic and two popular reality television shows are being deemed problematic by some critics of the U.S. law enforcement and society. Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren said that it's now more clear than ever before that "cancel culture" is out of control. HBO Max has removed the 1939 film “Gone With the Wind" from its library of movies, reportedly until it is supplemented by commentary on its depiction of African-Americans. The shows "Cops" and "Live P.D." have been taken off the air. The fate of the children's show "Paw Patrol" is yet to be determined. A critic-at-large at The New York Times focused on the children's' show writing, "As the protests against racist police violence enter their third week, the charges are mounting against fictional cops, too. Even big-hearted cartoon police dogs — or maybe especially big-hearted cartoon police dogs — are on notice." HOWARD KURTZ: CANCEL CULTURE GOES CRAZY "Why has cancer culture...
    Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced Thursday that he has delayed the lifting of coronavirus lockdown measures in the city as health officials observed a spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases. That did not sit right with Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren, who suggested that the mayor did not appear to express the same degree of caution when he encouraged protesters to take to the streets to demonstrate against police brutality. "I urge all of my colleagues in the Metro Council to join me at today's 'I Will Breathe' rally," wrote Cooper on Twitter on May 30. "This is an especially critical time for all of us, as Metro’s leaders, to show up and listen to Black voices speaking out from across Davidson Count." "So business owners and employees are punished, but protesters, looters, rioters get a pass?" asked Lahren on the latest episode of Fox Nation's "Final Thoughts." FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25%...
    UFC legend Randy Couture said he looks back on his near-fatal attack heart last year as he does all of the challenges he has faced in life — as an opportunity to improve. "It just, it didn't fit who I saw in the morning every day," said Couture on a new episode of the Fox Nation series, "Fox Nation Outdoors." "I don't fit any of [those] criteria for heart attacks." FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION In October, Couture began experiencing chest pains after training at a Los Angeles gym. Luckily, he was just blocks away from a hospital and he walked himself to the emergency room. "I've been that guy that won every sprint, that was the example coaches pointed out for work ethic and the ability to outwork my opponents. And now I've had a heart attack," the retired competitive mixed martial artist and U.S. Army veteran recalled. Doctors would later...
    Fox Business host Dagen McDowell predicted Tuesday the United States will be "a different nation tomorrow" as communities upended by riots and chaos can begin to heal following the funeral of George Floyd. "When you lose a family member in such a violent way, it's unlike any loss," a visibly emotional McDowell said Tuesday on "The Five." "But funerals are about healing." MOURNERS SAY GOODBYE TO GEORGE FLOYD IN EMOTIONAL FUNERAL SERVICE "It's not just to remember the life of the person who passed. It's about showing up and starting the healing process, particularly for the family ... but this is not just about beginning the journey of healing for George Floyd's family," she went on. "It's also about healing for the nation and really around the world." Earlier Tuesday, hundreds of mourners said their last goodbyes to Floyd -- whose May 25 death sparked national outrage after video emerged of a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on his neck for more than eight minutes -- at a packed Houston church. "We are a different nation tomorrow,...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Minnesota Vikings star quarterback Kirk Cousins offered a pep talk to fellow Americans dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, as lockdown measures start to ease around the country. "I just want to send a word of encouragement and share where I'm getting my hope, and that's found in my faith and in the word of God," said Cousins in an episode of Fox Nation's "Messages of Hope." "I know that in this world we will have trouble, as Jesus said. But he also said, 'Take heart. For I've overcome the world,'" Cousins continued in a recording made before the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Cousin's addressed the George Floyd tragedy in a post on Instagram, "My heart breaks for our city, but especially for my African American brothers and sisters, who I know feel this on a level I can’t...
    Iraq War veteran and political analyst Rob Smith argued that the debate over U.S. law enforcement reform in the wake of George Floyd's death is distorted by serious misconceptions. "When we have this conversation about policing in America, it seems to be so black and white because there's this idea that the victims of police violence are always black and all the police are always white," said Smith, who is African-American. "We have hundreds of thousands of African-American police officers that are serving honorably every single day," he continued on Fox Nation's "Deep Dive." AFRICAN-AMERICAN CONSERVATIVES BLOW UP STEREOTYPES: 'WE BOTH DON'T EXIST' Smith pointed to the tragic murder of retired St. Louis police captain, David Dorn, 77, who was gunned down last week while working as a security guard at a pawn shop.  Dorn was African-American. "This is somebody that they gave his life protecting a store from the looting and the rioting and all that stuff that has...
    Fox Nation went hunting with the "Motor City Madman." In the new series "Fox Nation Outdoors," retired Staff Sergeant Johnny "Joey" Jones celebrates American values and the Americans who embody them, in a journey of hunting and fishing trips across the country. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION Where could be a better place to start than at rock 'n' roll legend Ted Nugent's Texas ranch, deep in the heart of the Lone Star state, about 1,300 miles from his hometown of Detroit. Here, Nugent's preferred weapon of choice is the bow and arrow. But Jones, who lost both of his legs above the knee and suffered severe damage to his right forearm and both wrists while deployed in Afghanistan in 2010, was unsure whether he would be able to handle the weapon. "I am a proficient and experienced rifleman, but a bow and arrow are new tools for me,"...
    After 11 seasons, "Duck Dynasty," one of the most-watched unscripted television series in history, called it quits, but now all 130 episodes of the record-breaking series are available on Fox Nation. The show documented the lives of the Robertsons, a Louisiana family known for their tight bonds, deep faith and multimillion dollar empire built around the production and sale of duck calls. Fox Nation dug up some of the best moments of the cast of "Duck Dynasty" when they appeared on Fox News. And that highlight reel includes the time that Fox News host Sean Hannity went to West Monroe, La., to learn more about the Robertsons and the secret to their shows runaway success. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION The first stop for Hannity was the Duck Commander store, where they hand-manufactured and sell duck calls and other products. "Last year we sold over a million calls," said Willie Robertson, CEO...
    Hawk Newsome, the chairman of the Black Lives Matter chapter of New York, said his organization is developing armed patrols of "peace officers" to safeguard communities from police brutality, following the death of George Floyd. "We're talking about self-defense. We're talking about defending our communities," Newsome told the Daily Mail on Wednesday, "We have black Special Forces officers advising us, and we will teach and train people in our communities..." Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren sat down with Newsome in February 2020 on her show "No Interruption," in the aftermath of protests and destructive riots in New York City, which shut down major transportation hubs in January 2020. FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION In a wide-ranging conversation, Newsome laid out his ideology, which is grounded in the conviction that the institution of policing is inherently racist and that positive change cannot be achieved through peaceful protest alone. "This is...
    Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren praised rapper Lil Wayne for his recent remarks on the George Floyd protests, even as the musician received blowback from critics. "Some, like Chrissy Teigen, have taken this tragedy as a time to encourage lawlessness, while others, like Lil Wayne, have taken a much different approach," said Lahren on her Fox Nation show "Final Thoughts." "An approach that has made him the target of outrage culture and to some, a traitor." FOR LIMITED TIME, RECEIVE 25% OFF NEW PURCHASE OF A YEARLY FOX NATION SUBSCRIPTION "Why?" she continued. "He chose not to fall in line with the popular narrative that law enforcement as a whole deserves to be demonized." In a May 28 live Instagram broadcast with fellow rapper Fat Joe, Lil Wayne said that people who are upset over Floyd's death should not demonize all police or all Americans of a certain race. Instead, he argued, it's more productive to make focused criticism and...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Sadie Robertson, of the hit reality TV series "Duck Dynasty," joined Fox Nation to offer encouragement to fellow Americans coping with the coronavirus pandemic. "We're going through something that's really scary. Something that's out of our control. Something that is causing us loss and sadness," she said in an episode of Fox Nation's "Messages of Hope" recorded on April 20. 11 SEASONS OF 'DUCK DYNASTY' NOW AVAILABLE ON FOX NATION "But the beauty in this, if there is beauty in this, is that we are all going through it together," she continued. "There's something really beautiful about knowing that even though we don't have control -- that we have a God who is a good father, who is in control of everything." Sadie Robertson is the daughter of Willie and Korie Robertson, who appeared alongside their entire extended family on...
    On Saturday at 3:22 p.m. ET., NASA and SpaceX are set for the first orbital spaceflight launched from the U.S. in nearly a decade, and for the first time ever the astronauts will be riding in a commercially-built spacecraft. The first scheduled launch on was scrubbed this week due to poor weather conditions. Now, as the world awaits Saturday's planned mission to send NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station (ISS), Fox Nation is giving subscribers access to an extensive library of shows that explore America's history and future in space. What Made America Great: Hidden Gems of the Kennedy Space Center In "What Made America Great," "Fox and Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade takes you inside the Kennedy Space Center, where SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket and the Crew Dragon spacecraft are scheduled to depart from pad 39-A. In this episode, Kilmeade gets a rare tour inside the space center's iconic vehicle assembly building (VAB), one...
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