It's the proverbial boxed-into-a-corner situation. Fox News Channel, the cable network boycotted by Democrats running for president, has been handed the duty of televising the Democratic National Convention in Denver next summer. How could the cable station—which scrubbed its Democratic debates because candidates worried about bias and refused to participate—get the job of providing the pool cameras in the convention hall? The networks decide. So far—surprise—none of the candidates have balked.