Thanks to mainstream media, the president looms over our lives, our planet, in a way no other human being ever has.
After the president tweets about their meeting, the Times' A.G. Sulzberger says he told Trump his incendiary language, including labeling the press the "enemy of the people," was "not just divisive but increasingly dangerous."
Absent wall-to-wall coverage of Wednesday's attack in Afghanistan, as there was for the recent bombing in Manchester, England, there is no comparable outpouring of compassion for the victims.
The “Democracy Now!” host explains why pundits are getting coverage “so wrong” and outlines what needs to change.
With a fragile democracy in upheaval, news is primarily coming from a right-leaning media monolith and social media, which tends to reinforce rather than expose biases.
Mika Brzezinski calls out her colleague and MSNBC panel for "capitalizing on a non-story for ratings because people's imaginations are pricked by this and that is not responsible." This leads them to talk down, belittle and show a complete disregard for who she is and what she says.
Jon Stewart takes us through the new sanctions against Iran that many in our dysfunctional Congress are considering. He also interviews former Defense Secretary Robert Gates about his new book "Duty."