Yeah, it started prior to that last build (still 3.12), so again thats irrelevant and as i pointed out, the fox app on a smart tv works just fine, soooooo.......Seems like all you do is redirect to providers vs ANY introspection or investigation of the Roku platform? Just like an OS (or any midddleware) there can be defects/incompatibilities that come up..because..gues what, Roku has updates too.
Yes, "it" did indeed start prior to the last build (issued 4 days ago that you insisted didn't happen), and which did address different issues for many - though it hasn't for you.
I don't work for Roku or FoxNews - I'm a customer just as you are, simply providing information/knowledge/assistance.
FoxNews and all app ("channel") providers maintain their app - not Roku - ergo it makes sense to address the app issues first and foremost with the app provider - FoxNews in this case - though you seem reluctant to do so for whatever reason.
And yes, there can be/are incompatibilities that come up with OS/app updates - hence why you should verify your OS/app versions/builds, and update if necessary, and then report issues to the relevant software vendor.