Former Trump campaign manager, caught in a lie, says dishonesty with the press is fine.
Twenty staff members will be laid off as the company cites financial losses as reason for the decision.
Reporter Brian Karem sued President Trump, claiming his rights were violated by 30-day suspension of his White House credential.
The author of the New York Times column remains mysterious, but history has a way of outing shielded sources.
He accuses it of “heavily promoting the Democrats” after watching an interview with a DNC spokeswoman.
So far, the woman charged with tending to the president’s image has stayed off camera and worked behind the scenes.
The network announced that McCabe, who was fired last year, would serve as a contributor starting Friday.
Sanders, a frequent guest on Fox while in government, is said to be considering a run for governor of Arkansas.
Journalist Brian Karem exchanged words with Trump supporter Sebastian Gorka, leading to decision to remove credential.
Under terms of a contract between Random House, Thrush and colleague Maggie Haberman, he was free to keep the cash he had already received.