Actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband have put themselves in a very vulnerable position, according to attorney Misty Marris.
FBN's Stuart Varney on the potential political fallout from the release of the Mueller report.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on the mainstream media reaction to the Mueller report.
CFRA research analyst Tuna Amobi breaks down Netflix's first-quarter results and outlook.
The Martha Stewart brand is getting a new home.
Tiger Woods' win at the Masters could revitalize the golf industry, which has struggled in the past decade while the game's biggest star was hobbled by issues on and off the course.
Mayor Pete Buttigeig has officially entered the 2020 race but is the media raising him up to fail?
A former NHL star is apologizing for crossing a picket line to shop at a Massachusetts supermarket where workers are on strike.
'Media Buzz' host Howard Kurtz on South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg's 2020 presidential bid.
Federated Investors CIO Stephen Auth on the fire at Notre Dame in Paris, his new book, 'The Missionary of Wall Street.'
Hulu, which is now owned by two major media companies, has been trying to build a service that can rival Netflix Inc. and other streaming services that are competing for the attention of television watchers.
The Latest on the Pulitzer Prizes (all times local): 3:35 p.m. Aretha Franklin has been given an honorary Pulitzer Prize, cited posthumously for her extraordinary career.
The newest winners of the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism and the arts are set to be revealed.
CBS-Viacom may merge after all if Shari Redstone gets her wish.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” Executive Producer Gavin Polone discusses how the Writers Guild of America and the Association of Talent Agents failed to reach an agreement on packaging deals.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says talks are heating up on a possible CBS-Viacom merger amid CBS’s search for a new CEO.
The European Union has approved a copyright rule that aims to give more protection to artists and news organizations but which critics say will stifle freedom of speech and online creativity and punish smaller web companies.