Andy Bitter has taken a new job but his former employer thinks it owns his social media account.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s editorial cartoonist is out after twenty-five years.
One media critic is arguing that news organizations should ignore the fact that Hillary Clinton will become the Presumptive Democratic Nominee tomorrow. This is utterly ridiculous.
The Huffington Post announced today that they would not be covering Donald Trump in their politics section from this point forward. That’s the wrong thing to do.
The New York Post splashed the photo of a man pushed in front of a train on their cover.
The Associated Press has rolled out a slightly new logo for the first time since the Reagan Administration.
Within an hour last evening, I passed along and retracted two breaking news stories on Twitter.
The photographs of President Obama that appeared in the papers after the Osama announcement were staged.