Gabriel Sherman

New York Magazine

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The future of FOX News after Roger Ailes

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New York Magazine has reported that Roger Ailes is on his way out as the  leader of   Fox News .

Roger Ailes on the way out at Fox News?

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Reporters and anchors at Fox News are defending Roger Ailes against sexual harassment charges from an increasing number of women.

Fox News CEO Roger Ailes Battles Sexual Harassment Charges

Reporters and anchors at Fox News are defending Roger Ailes against sexual harassment charges from an increasing number of women.

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