An internal review is calling for America’s business paper to diversify its appeal.
Losing viewers to fringe networks, the Fair and Balanced team is joining them.
The longtime anchor is leaving the network, ostensibly at his request.
At some point, what we call conservatism turned into a racket. It’s not surprising that this led directly to Trump.
Many are calling for the UK Prime Minister’s ouster. But the problem is Brexit itself, not any one leader.
As it has since 2007, the Democratic National Committee is barring Fox News from hosting a debate featuring the party’s candidates for President.
A new report demonstrates that the relationship between Fox News Channel and the Trump Administration is much closer and more pervasive than previously believed.
Thanks apparently to the fact that it remained unwilling to get in line behind the Trumpidians, the conservative owner of The Weekly Standard has shut the magazine down.
Tip O’Neill was famous for once having advised his fellow Democrats that “all politics is local.” That’s not true anymore, and that’s unfortunate.
Hope Hicks jumps from one pro-Trump venue to another.
Not surprisingly, the President’s visit to the United Kingdom wasn’t exactly diplomatic, or even borderline polite.
News anchors at dozens of local stations owned by conservative-leaning Sinclair Broadcast Group were recently required to read a script mandated by corporate headquarters, and it’s leading to some bad media coverage for Sinclair.
A big change appears to have taken place in American cable news viewing habits.
As the allegations of sexual harassment grow, reports are also growing that Roger Ailes may be out at Fox News much sooner than many may have anticipated.
If the allegations of a new lawsuit are true, things are truly lurid behind the scenes at Fox News Channel.
Donald Trump takes his war with Fox News Channel up a notch, saying he won’t participate in Thursday’s Republican Presidential Debate.
In the wake of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on C.I.A. torture, some have suggested that eight years of Jack Bauer helped make torture more acceptable to the American public.
Big news, and potentially a big merger, in the entertainment industry.
Could Congress actually pass some form of immigration reform before the midterms? Don’t bet on it just yet.
CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
An attempt to lay down some basic groundwork for discussing this story.
Republicans already seem to be blaming Hurricane Sandy in the event Mitt Romney loses.
Many on the right are heavily invested in the argument that current polling is intentionally biased against Mitt Romney. Their argument is not very plausible.
Republican lawmakers are starting to express frustration with the course of the Romney campaign.
Doug Saunders makes the counterintuitive claim that things are better for Britons than ever.
Rupert Murdoch’s publishing empire is being rocked by a second scandal, this one a scheme to inflate the circulation figures of the Wall Street Journal.
Another round of rumors is out claiming that Chris Christie is thinking about running for President.
Rupert Murdoch was attacked by a man with shaving cream 2 hours into Parliamentary testimony.
After three months, Rupert Murdoch’s strategy of walling off the Times websites isn’t looking so smart.
Responding to the rant that got Rick Sanchez fired, Slate’s Brian Palmer investigates the question, “Do Jews Really Control the Media?” His short answer, “Maybe the movies, but not the news.”