During an interview with Axios, the president calls rights guaranteed by the 14th Amendment of the Constitution "ridiculous."
After decrying political violence, the president returns to criticizing Democrats and the media.
Video content may not be nearly as lucrative as the social network led media companies to believe.
News audiences were rarely informed about the contribution of human-caused climate disruption to the devastating storm, according to a recent study.
It's easy—and not wrong—to think that truth is in dire danger in the era of Donald Trump.
What do you achieve when you let the conservative magazine operate as a fact-checker for one of the internet's most powerful platforms?
Some Democrats say the Supreme Court nominee lied under oath in current and past hearings, but the allegations have received sparse coverage from such outlets as The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN and NPR.
One accuser tells The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow that Moonves' potential $100 million exit deal is "completely disgusting."
It may be hard to believe, but the current president won’t be remembered for any of the things now in our headlines.