The most popular video network in America is now down.
The Fox network has been down for almost four years now.
It was the most-watched cable network in the United States, with more than 14 million total viewers, according to Nielsen.
It’s not the first time the Fox network’s fortunes have taken a turn for the worse.
A year ago, Fox News Channel’s audience dropped by about 10% and it now has a worse share of total U.S. households.
It lost nearly 1 million subscribers in 2015, according the company.
Fox’s numbers aren’t a good sign for Fox News, which is struggling to stay relevant.
But the network’s downfall doesn’t stop there.
In the last few months, Fox has been embroiled in a major battle with the US government over the surveillance of the Fox News channel.
On Monday, the Justice Department announced a sweeping order barring the cable news channel from receiving any government funding for the next year.
The order affects almost every cable and satellite TV channel in the country.
The Justice Department also asked the Federal Communications Commission to block the cable channel from being sold in the future.
And on Wednesday, FoxNews.com was also blocked from the FCC, according a statement from the company’s lawyers.
“We have a longstanding commitment to free expression and press,” FoxNews spokesperson Matt Lloyd told Newsweek.
“In our fight to defend free speech, the FCC and DOJ have ignored the basic constitutional principles of freedom of expression and free press that are the cornerstone of our system of government.”
What’s the real story behind Fox News’ demise?
For decades, the network has had a long history of covering news that’s generally unfavorable to Republicans.
But in 2016, Fox was particularly critical of President Donald Trump.
The network was one of the first to report on his controversial remarks on immigration, which were met with widespread condemnation.
The show also reported on his claims that the election results were rigged and that his campaign was a front for Russia.
In May 2017, Fox reported that a number of the network journalists who covered Trump had been fired.
The news outlet also reported that former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski had been arrested on charges of assaulting a reporter.
Fox News was also among the first media outlets to report that former FBI Director James Comey had warned Congress about the possibility of Trump’s collusion with Russia.
The Trump administration subsequently denied the news.
In September, the company announced that it would end the Trump-branded cable network, and it announced it would be taking its channel off the air.
In an op-ed piece published in The Wall Street Journal, Fox contributor Alex Marlow said that “the media is too focused on ratings and clicks” to understand the effect of the Trump administration’s election meddling on the networks.
“It’s a political issue, not a news story,” he wrote.
“But the media is also focused on winning, not on the facts.”
Fox has also been criticized for hiring former Trump adviser Roger Stone to write for the channel.
The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., was also a contributor on the network.
But that didn’t stop the network from firing Stone in September 2017.
Trump and Fox News have also been at odds in recent years over a series of contentious reports.
In June 2018, Fox published a report alleging that Trump had made a deal with a Russian government official to release sensitive U.K. intelligence to the Kremlin.
The report also claimed that a U.N. report on human rights abuses in Russia had been edited to paint Trump in a favorable light.
Trump retaliated by firing James Comey as FBI director, claiming he was fired because he wasn’t being loyal to the president.