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NEWS
January 6, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli, Washington Bureau
Super Bowl Sunday will feature more than one marquee matchup in 2011. A Fox News spokeswoman and the White House each confirm that Bill O'Reilly, host of the Fox News Channel's top-rated prime-time show, will interview President Obama as part of the Fox network's pregame show before the NFL championship game on Feb. 6. The news was first posted by the Drudge Report. It won't be the first time Obama has sat down with "The Factor" host. During the 2008 presidential campaign, O'Reilly interviewed the then-Democratic nominee in York, Pa., on the final night of the Republican National Convention.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 4, 2010 | By Matea Gold
Jon Stewart showed up alone for his showdown Wednesday afternoon with Bill O'Reilly. "Stewart, S-T-E-W-A-R-T," he told the security guard in the lobby of Fox News' midtown Manhattan headquarters. "I'm here to get crushed by O'Reilly." In fact, what unfolded over the next 40 minutes was a vigorous, policy-laden debate between two of television's most popular figures who hail from increasingly polarized political worlds. Their discussion careened between talk of tort reform, global warming and the trials of the 9/11 terrorists.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 27, 2009
'Vampirism' just doesn't add up It was pretty jarring, to say the least, to be hit in the face by Michael Tolkin's angry anti-right, anti-God rant ["This Vampirism Is Made in America," Dec. 20]. What a pitiful attempt at political allegory. Who needs to hear such a hateful existentialist tirade, especially at this time of the year? I do not appreciate Tolkin's half-baked brand of allegorical logic either, and I was not at all surprised to learn that he coauthored the screenplay for the film "Nine."
NEWS
February 7, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli, Washington Bureau
In an interview with Bill O'Reilly, President Obama said Sunday that he's confident a new Egyptian government would continue to be a partner of the United States, and he again called on President Hosni Mubarak to allow for an orderly transition to a new representative government. "Egypt is not going to go back to what it was," Obama said during the interview on Fox's Super Bowl pregame telecast. "The Egyptian people want freedom, they want free and fair elections, they want a representative government, they want a responsive government.
OPINION
October 31, 2004
Re "Bill O'Reilly, Producer Settle Harassment Case," Oct. 29: Bill O'Reilly is quoted as saying in regard to the sexual harassment lawsuit that was brought against him " ... and I will never speak of it again." Please tell us, Bill, when your new book will come out with the story. Walt Hauenstein Garden Grove
ENTERTAINMENT
January 17, 2006 | From a Times staff writer
Got a bone to pick with Bill O'Reilly? The Fox News Channel talk-show host may be willing to debate you. O'Reilly said Monday that he was launching a contest to pick six people to debate him on his show next month. Interested viewers should e-mail their name and proposed topic to oreillycontest@foxnews.com by Feb. 8.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 30, 2008 | Matea Gold
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is leaving no stone unturned in her efforts to gain ground before next Tuesday's Democratic presidential primaries in North Carolina and Indiana. Today, for the first time, the New York senator will sit down with Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly in South Bend, Ind. The two-part interview will air today and Thursday on "The O'Reilly Factor." -- Matea Gold
ENTERTAINMENT
October 7, 2013 | By Meg James, This post has been updated, as indicated below
Fox News Channel star Megyn Kelly is bright, beautiful and blunt when she needs to be. Just ask Karl Rove. Her willingness to take on all-comers, even conservative hero Rove - as she famously did on election night last November - is one reason Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes has promoted Kelly to a plum prime-time perch. On Monday, the network's 17th anniversary, "The Kelly File" premieres between the opinion-heavy programs of the network's conservative firebrands Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 2003
Richard Beck Peacock demands proof of credentials for those commentators he describes as having "simply arrived at radio and TV stations with a provocative delivery" (Letters, March 23). Peacock goes on to cite "political science, history, or journalism from respected institutions" as some yardstick of authority. I take great pleasure in informing Peacock of the credentials of Bill O'Reilly: (a) a bachelor's in history, Marist College; (b) a master's in broadcast journalism, School of Communication, Boston University; (c)
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