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Stephanie Ruhle Reveals She’s “The 11th Hour’s” New Host

Stephanie Ruhle announced Monday on MSNBC that the final broadcast of “Stephanie Ruhle Reports” is this coming Friday.

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A few weeks ago, Axios reported Stephanie Ruhle would be leaving the 9 a.m. time slot as it gets incorporated into “Morning Joe.” Ruhle heads to the 11 p.m. time slot to replace Brian William, who left in December. 

Ruhle announced Monday on MSNBC that the final broadcast of “Stephanie Ruhle Reports” is this coming Friday. After that, she’ll become the new host of “The 11th Hour” beginning March 2.

“I want to announce this Friday will be my last time in this anchor chair at this hour, and we have loved starting our day together at 9 a.m., what I consider to be a really critical hour of news,” Ruhle said. 

“But I’m not leaving you entirely. Soon, you will find me at The 11th Hour to end your busy day and hopefully help make sense of the most important current events and news that really impacts our lives. We’ll continue our goal to try make you better and smarter from the morning to night.”

MSNBC Reports will have a rotating guest of anchors until the growth of Morning Joe to four hours debuts. Meanwhile, Ruhle will now be responsible for maintaining Williams’ audience on “The 11th Hour,” which was consistently the most-watched cable news show in the 11 p.m. timeslot. 

“In the meantime, my fantastic MSNBC Reports colleagues will bring you the information and news you need to know from 9 a.m., but until Friday, you are stuck with me right here at this hour, and I’ll be with you across the network and all of our platforms covering all things business,” Ruhle said. 

“From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for watching, today and always. You have made me better, and I have appreciated every minute I have gotten to be with you.”

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NBC News’ Joe Fryer Receives NLGJA’s Journalist of the Year

The award is presented by The Association of LGBTQ Journalists

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NBC News Now morning anchor Joe Fryer has received a significant honor as he was named NLGJA’s Journalist of the Year. 

The award is presented by The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, which honors “an LGBTQ journalist whose exceptional abilities, integrity, and distinctive work brought honor to the profession within the past year.”

“Humbled & honored to be named “Journalist of the Year” by the NLGJA — an organization that’s so important to the LGBTQ community. I share the award w/ my many colleagues at NBC NewsNow, TODAY show, & NBCNews who’ve helped me tell these stories,” Fryer tweeted

Fryer joined NBC News in 2013 as a West Coast correspondent, following a stint as a special projects reporter for Seattle NBC affiliate KING. The NBC News anchor wasn’t the only network newser to win an NLGJA award. 

CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas and the 48 Hours team won the Excellence in Network Television Award for the 48 Hours story The Life and Death of Nikki Kuhnhausen.

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News Media Reacts to Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade

There was no shortage of news media reaction when the official overturning of Roe v. Wade came down, some celebrating it while others shared concern.

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In a decision many already knew was coming following the leaked draft, the Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling, overturned Roe v. Wade, which is the landmark enactment that established the constitutional right to abortion.

Since 1973, women have been permitted abortions during the first two trimesters of pregnancy in the United States; however, now the decision on this matter will return to the states, with a good portion expected to outlaw or severely restrict abortion.

There was no shortage of news media reaction when the official ruling came down, some celebrating it while others shared concern for what’s to come a post-Roe v. Wade United States.

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Fox News Reveals Slate of Independence Day Weekend Programming

The network said in a release that over the course of the holiday weekend, segments will air in major U.S. cities including Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Los Angeles.

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Fox News will kick off Independence Day weekend with its “Proud American” series beginning Friday, July 1. The network said in a release that over the course of the holiday weekend, segments will air in major U.S. cities including Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Los Angeles.

“FOX & Friends Weekend” will broadcast from the United States Military Academy at West Point on Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 3rd from 6-10 AM/ET. The show will highlight West Point’s iconic Independence Day celebrations, including patriotic music from the West Point band, as well as interviews with cadets.

FNC will broadcast a primetime special called “A West Point Independence Day Celebration” hosted by Army Veteran Hegseth, Rachel Campos-Duffy, and Will Cain. Military Veteran and FOX News contributor Johnny Joey Jones will also join the special coverage, interviewing Medal of Honor recipients, West Point personnel and families in the crowd.

On July 4, the network will air a live two-hour primetime special entitled, “FOX News Presents: An Independence Day Celebration.” The program will air from 8-10 PM/ET and will feature “Cross Country’s” Lawrence Jones, Johnny Joey Jones, “FOX & Friends FIRST’s” Carley Shimkus and “Outnumbered” co-host Kayleigh McEnany.

Fox News will air the iconic fireworks display from Washington D.C. FOX Nation will also carry 4th of July content featuring host Abby Hornacek from Boston Harborfest, where the city is marking the 246th Independence Day celebration.

FOX News Audio will also present special coverage of the holiday, featuring original programs to be offered across its syndicated stations and digital audio platforms. 

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