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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Megyn Kelly
Fox News still rules the ratings race above its competitors for a record breaking 150 consecutive months as the most-watched cable news network in both prime time and daytime programming.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly is refusing to name the Fort Hood gunman, continuing her stand against those who she says commit crimes for the fame it brings.
Bill Elliot is struggling with cancer, and now he must deal with the consequences of Obamacare. The South Carolinian recently lost his insurance and appeared on "The Kelly File" Thursday night to talk about how the man he voted for, Mr. Obama, "absolutely misled" him.
Fox News star Sean Hannity said he’s not upset about his television broadcast slot loss to colleague Megyn Kelly – rather, quite the opposite.
Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Megyn Kelly will soon move into prime time, and the palace intrigue about who — if anyone — she will displace on cable news’ most popular and stable lineup begins.
Four years ago, Megyn Kelly roved the Democratic and Republican convention floors as a reporter for Fox News Channel. This week in Tampa, Fla., she is in Fox's booth as co-anchor with Bret Baier for the GOP's main event.
Among dozens of political reactions to President Obama's State of the Union address comes one from Herman Cain, a Georgia businessman turned talk radio host, a 2012 Republican presidential hopeful and the preferred candidate of Ann Coulter.
Ms. Kelly said she considers "America Live" a news show, not an opinion one, and there's a clear contrast between her show and ones on Fox or MSNBC's prime time.
"Was that enlightening?" she said. "Was that helpful? I don't think so."