Roger Ailes, founder of Fox News Channel, dies at 77

Thursday, 18 May 2017
Roger Ailes, a former U.S. presidential adviser who started the Fox News Channel to promote a Republican agenda and built it into the most-watched U.S. cable news network before resigning amid sexual harassment allegations, has died. He was 77. Fox News confirmed his death Thursday. Ailes started Fox News in 1996 at the behest of...

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