Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity is losing his liberal half.
Alan Colmes of the network's "Hannity & Colmes" said on his Web site Monday that he'll be leaving the prime-time show after 12 years. He said he approached a network executive earlier this year about doing something else.
Colmes will continue as a liberal commentator on Fox programs, keep doing his own radio show and is developing a weekend show at Fox News.
There was no immediate word about whether he will be replaced on the popular prime-time program. Hannity has been the bigger star in media circles and recently signed a contract extension. Hannity also does his own solo weekend show at Fox.