Recent fact checks of the president and his Democratic opposition reveal the absurd lengths to which our press will go to appear balanced.
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.
A bizarre statement issued by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Twitter earlier this week appears to have sent markets tumbling.
The network directors point to the executive's sexual abuse of women and his failure to cooperate with investigators.
The network announces the promise as its troubles deepen. Now it faces a harassment controversy involving its series "Bull."
Pundits and politicians have transformed the 41st president into a paragon of virtue. All it took was a willful ignorance of history.
In a revealing new interview, the Vermont senator says we are ignoring runaway income inequality at our grave peril.
CBS says it has named Richard Parsons as interim chairman of the board as the company moves to reshape itself following the ouster of longtime chief Les Moonves.
News audiences were rarely informed about the contribution of human-caused climate disruption to the devastating storm, according to a recent study.