There are two sides in this war between Trump and the media, but only one of them is the right side.
A Federal Jury orders Rolling Stone to pay up.
Journalistic malpractice has real consequences.
News outlets are suddenly finding out that Trump was a cad in 2005. Film at 11.
The erstwhile Republican firebrand and current NeverTrumper shares his personal struggles.
America’s newspaper of records has published three pages of stolen tax documents from 1995.
The idea that Donald Trump has gotten his racialized rhetoric from libertarians is simply errant nonsense. The libertarian view, broadly speaking, is not defined by Murray Rothbard, Llewellyn Rockwell, and Ron Paul and those who share their views. This is but a small and even fringe group of what could be called the libertarian community.
Roger Ailes’s sexual harassment has led to Fox News paying out some big dollars.
Despite being much more conveniently located for viewers in the United States, viewership for the just-concluded Olympics were the lowest they’ve been in sixteen years.
If the allegations of a new lawsuit are true, things are truly lurid behind the scenes at Fox News Channel.
A journalistic legend has passed away just days after his retirement was officially announced.
Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen are leaving after a dispute with their chief investor.
People don’t much care whether information supporting their prejudices is true.
Yesterday, cable news networks, and most especially MSNBC, showed their profession at its most pathetic.
In the wake of the attacks in Paris, some people have argued that American solidarity with France, in contrast to seeming disregard for tragedy elsewhere, is something we should feel bad about. That argument is ridiculous.
To the surprise of few, Bill Simmons’ site didn’t long survive his departure.
An FCC rule from a bygone era may get Bernie Sanders and company some time on NBC.
A front page cover on yesterday’s murders in Virginia crosses the line from reporting to exploitation.
A reporter and cameraman for a local television station were killed, and a third person wounded, live on the air this morning.
Susan Crawford claims that “Cable-Only Presidential Debates are the New Poll Tax.”
Brian Williams will apparently stay at NBC News notwithstanding last year’s scandal, but he won’t be anchoring the network’s marquee newscast.
It’s getting easier and easier to cut the cord.
There’s a better way to finance news than hiding it behind paywalls.
George Stephanopoulos’ s ties to the Clinton’s have always raised questions about his objectivity. Now, there’s further reason to doubt that he can play fair when the Clinton’s are part of the story he’s covering.
The first of what is likely to be many defamation suits related to Rolling Stone’s discredited campus rape story has been filed.
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge is creating a scandal where none exists.
A review of Rolling Stone’s now discredited report of a sexual assault at the University of Virginia reveals a shocking failure of journalistic ethics.