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May 27, 2000 | PAUL FARHI, WASHINGTON POST
She has opinions, so many opinions, delivered straight into the hungry eye of the television camera. Here is Heather Nauert talking about school shootings on PBS' "To the Contrary." And there she is yakking about politics on "Politically Incorrect." And on Fox News Channel, she's lambasting "the heinous tax system in this country." The presidential election, Elian Gonzalez, gun control, foreign policy, the latest Dixie Chicks video--she weighs in on it all.
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September 15, 2007
Hall of Fame: The Statler Brothers, the Winans, Phil Keaggy, Larnelle Harris and Joe Moscheo will be inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville on Oct. 29. -- Fox redux: Heather Nauert, a former political correspondent for Fox News Channel who left in 2005 to work for ABC News, is returning to Fox as co-host of "The Big Story With John Gibson & Heather Nauert," a weekday series that premieres Monday at 2 p.m.
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September 15, 2007
Hall of Fame: The Statler Brothers, the Winans, Phil Keaggy, Larnelle Harris and Joe Moscheo will be inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville on Oct. 29. -- Fox redux: Heather Nauert, a former political correspondent for Fox News Channel who left in 2005 to work for ABC News, is returning to Fox as co-host of "The Big Story With John Gibson & Heather Nauert," a weekday series that premieres Monday at 2 p.m.
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May 27, 2000 | PAUL FARHI, WASHINGTON POST
She has opinions, so many opinions, delivered straight into the hungry eye of the television camera. Here is Heather Nauert talking about school shootings on PBS' "To the Contrary." And there she is yakking about politics on "Politically Incorrect." And on Fox News Channel, she's lambasting "the heinous tax system in this country." The presidential election, Elian Gonzalez, gun control, foreign policy, the latest Dixie Chicks video--she weighs in on it all.
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January 26, 2008 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
Why exactly is John Gibson still on the air? Three days ago, the Fox News talk-show host opened his radio show with hate-filled, and prepared, mockery of actor Heath Ledger's death. Auditory clips of Ledger's most famous film, "Brokeback Mountain," played with a background of funeral music, ending with his character's lover, Jack Twist, saying, "I wish I knew how to quit you."
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November 9, 2004 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
No film this year gave me more horrified howls of enjoyment than "Super Size Me," the documentary where director Morgan Spurlock offers a visceral firsthand portrait of the hazards of fast food by embarking on a 30-day McDonald's-only diet. Spurlock's cholesterol levels skyrocket, his liver functions deteriorate, he gains nearly 30 pounds -- all in a matter of weeks. It gets so ugly that his doctor tries to put a stop to the film, saying his health is at risk. It got me to thinking.
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