On CNN, host and reporter Brian Stelter was participating in a conversation about Fox News and its former CEO, Roger Ailes, when he revealed that Fox had ordered a staff member to spy on him under the pretense that they were going on dates. “About ten years ago I had a crush on a woman at Fox News,” started Stelter. On CNN, host and reporter Brian Stelter was participating in a conversation about Fox News and its former CEO, Roger Ailes, when he alleged that Fox had ordered a staff member to spy on him under the pretense that they were dating. We’ll dig into your private life.’”Fox News has yet to comment.
“You’d get a call from them saying, ‘You better be right on this story,’ or the implication was, ‘We’ll dig into your past. “Now I didn’t think that was a big deal at the time. “We knew covering Fox you’d have to deal with that,” he said. She was actually reporting back to Fox News about me.”“Because I was a reporter on the beat, they were actually spying on me that way,” he continued. But now we know they were actually sending out private investigators.”Stelter was referring to a recent New York magazine article that reported that Ailes had used part of the Fox budget to “hire consultants, political operatives, and private detectives who reported only to him.”Giving more details on Twitter, Stelter shared, “This happened when I was in college & running @TVNewser in the mid-2000s. ) paid a lot of attention to my blog.” He followed it up by writing, “I found out a year later, after she left Fox. I don’t think it was even an ‘effective’ operation.”Fellow reporter Bill Carter shared that this type of espionage was common knowledge in their profession.will reopen its doors on Wednesday, June 22, when Season 18 premieres.The summertime staple will again have three weekly outings, also airing Thursdays (starting June 23) and Sundays (starting June 26).
relation to the 1995 CBS series but instead follows a prominent Boston family that reels from the discovery that someone in their midst is linked to an infamous string of murders.
The cast includes Juliet Rylance ( Season 2 will bow Tuesday, June 28 at 9pm, with a two-hour premiere in which the danger escalates as the animal mutation moves to Phase 2, and they begin attacking infrastructure and creating deadly environmental phenomena in a bid to make the planet uninhabitable.
Also, the team discovers a mutation that threatens the life of one of their own.
Brain Dead stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Laurel Healy, a documentary film-maker who takes a job working for her brother Luke (Danny Pino), a U. Senator, when the funding for her latest film falls through.
Assigned as his new constituency caseworker, she discovers that Washington, D. has been invaded by extraterrestrial insects which are eating the brains and taking control of people, including members of Congress and their staffers.
CBS announced a 13-episode straight-to-series order on July 22, 2015. After four episodes, the show moved from its Monday timeslot to Sundays to make room for the network's coverage of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.