The end of the Fairness Doctrine and rise of reality TV have ushered in a frightening era of news coverage. Our press must do much better.
With no end to the government shutdown in sight, the president aims to plead his case for wall funding directly to the American people.
His hush payments to mistresses are very the least of it. The president has shown himself to be incapable of acting in the public interest.
Real-time projections have completely distorted the political press' election coverage. The midterms were no exception.
News audiences were rarely informed about the contribution of human-caused climate disruption to the devastating storm, according to a recent study.
Comcast is likely to bid for Fox's entertainment business as early as Wednesday now that a federal judge has cleared AT&T's $85 billion takeover of Time Warner.
The president asks why the comedian wasn't dismissed by the TBS network for using a vulgar term to describe his daughter Ivanka.
The president targets Robert Iger, chief executive of ABC’s parent, Walt Disney Co., tweeting, “You and ABC have offended millions of people, and they demand a response.”
ABC deserves only so much credit for pulling the plug on her show following a deranged tweet.