Political panel debates whether Fauci, Biden had COVID messaging problem
'Undoctrination' podcast host Olivia Rondeau, Democratic strategist Kevin Walling and former Trump advisory board member Jason Meister react to a 2021 video showing Dr. Anthony Fauci promoting vaccines with the D.C. mayor.
California trying to 'buy the Black vote,' not 'earn' it: CJ Pearson
Free Thinker Project president and PragerU personality CJ Pearson criticizes California lawmakers pushing for reparations.
Biden admin has become the 'mascot of wokeness': Jimmy Failla
'Fox Across America' host Jimmy Failla reacts to Jen Psaki's first TV monologue, positive health outcomes from dad jokes and Big Mac prices.
Disney+ users paid up when the price rose
Disney retained 94% of subscribers from its old, ad-free Disney+ service after a $3 per month price increase, pushing the subscription to $10.99 per month.
Theater advertiser National CineMedia plans to cede control to lenders
National CineMedia, the largest movie-theater advertising business in North America is poised to file a prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy after missing a debt payment.
Dave Portnoy: 'It really does bother me' to see 'bad businesses' get rescued
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy says banks shouldn't be rescued for doing 'bad business,' and discusses sports industry hot topics.
Elon Musk 'optimistic' Twitter 2.0 can be cash-flow positive, blames outage on code base
Twitter CEO Elon Musk gave a presentation in San Francisco on Tuesday where he claimed Twitter could be cash-flow positive following improvements to its advertising.
FTC threatens to go after businesses that overhype AI claims: 'Our bread and butter'
The Federal Trade Commission issued a warning in a Monday blog post, instructing businesses to "keep [their] AI claims in check" amid hype over the technology.
Fans of 'White Lotus,' 'Emily in Paris' flock to filming locations for vacation
Virtuoso vice president of global public relations Misty Belles says Sicily and Paris are the travel spots on everyone's radar.
Minds behind 'South Park' take 'very cruel, very funny' dig at Meghan and Harry: Neil Sean
Royal commentator Neil Sean reacts to Comedy Central's 'South Park' poking fun at royal couple Harry and Meghan's privacy hypocrisy.
Phillip London remembered as 'legend' in the gov. contracting industry: Jennifer London
'Ever Vigilant' co-author and wife of the late Phillip London, Jennifer London, says the billionaire based his leadership strategy on military values.
Escalating US involvement in Ukraine not 'necessarily a good thing': Eddie Scarry
The Federalist's D.C. columnist Eddie Scarry argues American aid for Ukraine has 'become this bottomless pit now.'
Last Blockbuster left standing released ad during Super Bowl, boosting sales 200%, says manager
The last Blockbuster standing — located in Oregon — released a Super Bowl-like ad on social media to promote the store. Here's how sales have skyrocketed in days.
Connection between Biden, China at University of Delaware 'wouldn't be surprising': Amber Athey
The Spectator's Washington editor Amber Athey reacts to reports of Chinese donors at President Biden's alma mater.
Crypto firms back off Super Bowl commercials following FTX collapse
Cryptocurrency firms will stay on the sidelines of this year's Super Bowl after they were featured prominently during the big game's commercial breaks a year ago.
Are Super Bowl commercials worth the hefty price tag? Gary Vaynerchuk thinks so
Chairman of VaynerX and CEO of VaynerMedia Gary Vaynerchuk talks Super Bowl advertisements and expanding your success with Brian Kilmeade.
Super Bowl ad preview: Analytics firm reveals top trending ads ahead of Sunday's game
An ad analytics firm has tracked the popularity of ads and previews ahead of the big game, revealing which ads are trending to be the most memorable this year.
Are Super Bowl ad buyers good for shareholders?
U.S. markets usually do not react to the Super Bowl ads, but in 2023, inflation and looming recession have retail traders buying commodities, ETFs and consumer staple stocks like Pepsi, Coca Cola, Walmart and Proctor & Gamble.
Google shares plummet after chatbot 'Bard' gives bad answer
Shares of Google parent Alphabet are down in Wall Street trading after a glitch in the company’s new artificial intelligence (AI) platform, Bard, contributed inaccurate information in promotional video.
Proposed NJ 'Seinfeld bill' to crack down on telemarketers
Lawmakers are proposing a new bill to crack down on telemarketers by forcing could them to disclose certain information within 30 seconds of the call.