Developing now, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologizes on Capitol Hill for his company's mishandling of users' private data, concedes he cannot recall removal of liberal groups' content because of anti-conservative bias
- President Trump, angered by the FBI's raid on attorney Michael Cohen, reportedly mulled firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
- The FBI's raid on Cohen’s office and hotel room may have stemmed from evidence of significant payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels, an analyst told Fox News
- Syria's alleged poison gas attack has the U.S. and its allies considering a response, while President Trump canceled plans to attend a summit in South America
The Facebook co-founder also told lawmakers he was "not specifically aware" of any instance where the social network had removed content posted by liberal groups amid concerns that the platform is biased against conservatives. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told Zuckerberg that "a great many Americans" are "deeply concerned that Facebook and other tech companies are engaged in a pervasive pattern of bias and political censorship." Zuckerberg returns to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
- Congress appears skeptical about Zuckerberg plans to protect Facebook users
- Senator to Zuckerberg: 'Your user agreement sucks'
- 'Army' of 100 Zuckerberg cutouts protests Facebook CEO on Capitol Hill
- Fox News Opinion: Zuckerberg's Facebook changes threaten conservative speech
- How to protect your data on Facebook
- Did Cambridge Analytica access your Facebook data? How to check
Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, a bipartisan group of four senators moved to protect Mueller's job. Republican Sens. Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Democratic Sens. Chris Coons of Delaware and Cory Booker of New Jersey reportedly planned to introduce legislation Wednesday that would give any special counsel a 10-day window in which he or she could seek expedited judicial review of a firing, two people familiar with the legislation told the Associated Press.
- Hannity: 'Rogue' Mueller declared war on Trump with Cohen raid
- FBI's Cohen raid puts Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein back in Trump's crosshairs
- Feds request documents from Trump Organization related to Cohen's payment to Daniels
- Trump's options in Syria include airstrikes, partnerships
- Cal Thomas: Why Trump shouldn't abandon Syria
- Tucker: Why is all of Washington united behind a war in Syria?
- Airlines warned about 'possible' military action against Syria
AS SEEN ON FOX NEWS
BEWARE OF 'SWAMP' CREATURES: "Every time he [President Trump] listens to card-carrying member of the [Washington, D.C.] swamp, disaster follows." – Laura Ingraham, in her opening monologue on "The Ingraham Angle," urging President Trump to follow his instincts and ignore advice from the Washington's political establishment. WATCH
HINDSIGHT ON JEFF SESSIONS: "[Sessions] should never have accepted the appointment because the Russia investigation started in October of 2016. He knew he was going to be a witness." – Judge Andrew Napolitano, on "Fox & Friends," sounding off on President Trump's repeated criticism of Attorney General Sessions's decision to recuse himself from the Russia collusion investigation. WATCH
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Pregnant Khloe Kardashian's boyfriend seen cheating in new video.
UFC's Paige VanZant reveals she was gang-raped in high school.
MAINSTREAM MEDIA MADNESS
Sarah Sanders slams April Ryan for 'absolutely ridiculous' question about Trump stepping down.
CNN's Brian Stelter accused of 'dishonesty' and 'hypocrisy' in attacks on Sinclair Broadcasting.
Media’s narrative of Russian bots pushing conservative issues called 'inherently inaccurate.'
Obama assailed media's disrespect over first lady 'fat butt' story, ex-aide says in tell-all.
White House removes African nation of Chad from travel ban list.
Missouri Gov. Greitens accused of 'smear campaign' against ex-lover.
ACROSS THE NATION
School board votes against participation in program allowing armed district employees | Pa. district arms teachers with bats
Trump honors Alabama football team at White House after Saban reportedly warns no protests.
Three bald eagles killed in Oregon, cops hunt for suspect.
MINDING YOUR BUSINESS
Dow surges 429 points as China signals lower tariffs on U.S. products.
Bank of America to stop lending to some makers of military-style firearms: report.
Sprint, T-Mobile revive merger talks again: report.
FOX NEWS OPINION
John Stossel: The left's war on science.
Michael Levin: On Holocaust Remembrance Day, I'll think of my great-uncle and his incredible story of survival.
Why the left hates John Bolton - and why they're wrong.
Cosby's lawyer slams accuser Andrea Constand as a 'con artist': 'And we'll prove it.'
'Roseanne' revival pays tribute to departed cast member in episode 4.
JFK Jr.'s wedding is the subject of a TLC special boasting never-before-seen footage of the private ceremony.
DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THIS?
Los Angeles painting city streets white in bid to combat climate change.
PHOTO: Retired Army general catches 877-pound bluefin tuna, breaks state record.
More than 50 dead geese fall from Idaho sky in 'freak accident.'
On Fox News:
Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Rep. Steve Scalise on Mark Zuckerberg's anticipated testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Diamond and Silk react to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Capitol Hill testimony. What role will millennials play in the 2018 midterms? We'll check in with Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren. University of Tennessee-Chattanooga student Brenna Spencer explains why she posed for a graduation picture with a pistol in her waistband.
Tucker Carlson Tonight, 8 p.m. ET: Piers Morgan gives his take on the FBI's raid on Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen.
On Fox Business:
Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: Guests include: Hamza Khan, Democratic strategist; Randy Zelin, criminal defense attorney; Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis, senior fellow and military expert for Defense Priorities; Rep. Ted Poe; Rep. Jeb Hensarling.
Varney & Co., 9 a.m. ET: Rep. Adam Kinzinger; Brandon Judd, Border Patrol Union president.
Cavuto: Coast to Coast, Noon ET: Rep. Dave Brat.
The Intelligence Report, 2 p.m. ET: Art Laffer, economic adviser under President Reagan.
Lou Dobbs Tonight, 7 p.m. ET: Reps. Matt Gaetz and Sean Duffy.
On Fox News Radio:
The Fox News Rundown podcast: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before a joint Senate Committee about data sharing procedures on the social media network. Fox News' Jared Halpern in Washington recaps the public hearing. President Trump is furious after the FBI raided the offices and residence of his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, on Monday, declaring that “attorney-client privilege is dead!" Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in. Plus, a commentary by Fox News Radio talk host Tom Shillue.
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The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey on Mueller's raid on Michael Cohen; "Media Buzz" host Howard Kurtz sizes up Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony on Capitol Hill; Kennedy and Bill Hemmer sound off on the Mueller investigation and the potential impact of Zuckerberg's testimony on Facebook's future.
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1945: During World War II, American soldiers liberate the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald in Germany.
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