The face of Fox News is not the bow-tied buffoon from his “Crossfire” days.
Kids are getting caught in the crossfire of the fight over COVID shots.
A media critic argues we pay outsized attention to the goings-on at Fox, MSNBC, and CNN.
After a two-year investigation, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice found no basis for the conspiracy theories being pushed by the Republicans regarding the Russia investigation.
An internal Justice Department investigation fails to find any evidence of political bias in the Russia investigation.
Just days after President Trump agreed to remove American forces from the scene, Turkish forces are entering northern Syria and Kurdish forces say they ar ready for war.
As was the case a month ago, Vice-President Biden and Senator Kamala Harris were the focus of last night’s debate. Things turned out very differently, though.
The House Democratic Caucus is becoming more divided on the issue of moving forward with impeachment.
The longer video and deeper investigation of the incident reveals a very different story.
After nearly a year, Trump’s trade policies are having their inevitable negative impact inside the United States.
Two seemingly contradictory essays out today highlight the exhausting political conversation environment.
If a law enforcement officer with 30 years of experience can’t stop an active school shooter, what makes anyone think a teacher with a gun can?
This is not exactly what Rick Perry had hoped he’d be doing this fall.
Happy Thanksgiving! Don’t forget to start a political fight with your family!
CNN’s effort to bring back a show that had outlived its prime years ago has, predictably, failed.
The prominent media critic will no longer bother criticizing CNN for not living up to the standards of the profession.
CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
The fact that yesterday’s shooting at the Empire State Building resulted in nine civilians being injured by police bullets raises several questions.
The Koch brothers will spend more money in this election cycle than the entire McCain campaign did in 2008.
The Occupy Wall Street protests are, ironically, hurting small business owners and others in the 99 percent.
A study shows that most national columnists and talking heads are about as accurate as a coin flip.
If the polling is anywhere close to accurate, a Republican wave will come crashing down today, repudiating the first two years of the Obama administration. What does it mean?
Apparently Juan Williams is really, really, really important.
CNN is launching a debate program featuring one host from the Left and another from the Right. Why not call it “Crossfire”?