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Then-Fox News chairman Roger Ailes with his wife Elizabeth Tilson in 2016. A New York attorney alleges Fox faces a federal probe related to sexual harassment of company employees by Ailes. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly is leaving the network for NBC News, where she will host two new shows along with participating in breaking and political news coverage. She's shown here on Jan. 28, 2016, before the start of the Republican presidential primary debate in Des Moines, Iowa. Chris Carlson/AP hide caption

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Megyn Kelly speaks onstage at Tina Brown's 7th Annual Women In The World Summit Opening Night on April 6, in New York City. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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'My Year Of Guards And Guns': Megyn Kelly On Standing Up To Trump And Ailes

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is projected on a screen as he speaks Wednesday night in Las Vegas during the third presidential debate. The Trump campaign streamed the event live and produced post-debate coverage on its Facebook page. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Feeling Burned By The Media, Trump Turns Up The Heat

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Andrea Tantaros (right) is pictured in 2013 with her co-hosts of the Fox News show The Five. Tantaros says she was later demoted to being a host of the midday show Outnumbered, with a smaller audience, less promotion and less visibility. Carlo Allegri/Invision/AP hide caption

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Suspended Host's Lawsuit Casts Shadow Over Fox News' New President

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In July, Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit accusing then-Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment. Noam Galai/Getty Images for GIFF hide caption

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appears onstage at a rally at Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center in Columbus, Ohio. Clinton is coming under fire for claiming that FBI Director James Comey said she was "truthful" about past statements regarding her emails. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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FACT CHECK: Clinton Says FBI Director Called Her Answers On Emails 'Truthful'

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Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in his New York City studios in 2006. Ailes served as CEO from Fox News' first day in 1996. Jim Cooper/AP hide caption

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Roger Ailes' Unparalleled Impact On The Public Sphere

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Fox News CEO and Chairman Roger Ailes and his wife, Elizabeth Tilson, leave the News Corp. building in New York on Tuesday. Ailes is stepping down from his role and Rupert Murdoch will be taking over as chairman and acting CEO. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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