They credit the president for the good economy—but prefer Democratic candidates in the midterms.
"We need to ask the hard questions that the corporate media fails to ask: Who owns America, and who has the political power?" says the senator from Vermont.
Caitlin Johnstone raises concern that these consultants' investment in the U.S. power establishment can lead to poor analyses.
Historically, there have been far fewer women than men in news organizations, but that model appears to be changing.
Russiagate may be great for ratings and fame, but the propaganda doesn’t help journalism, democracy or the fight for world peace.
NBC's fired "Today" host is now the biggest media figure brought down by sexual misconduct allegations since Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes.
The "Today" show host has long been the king of TV morning news and is one of the industry's highest-paid figures. Meanwhile, Garrison Keillor is fired by Minnesota Public Radio.