A jury returns a verdict that Rolling Stone defamed a University of Virginia administrator with malice. Its tepid and self-serving response is infuriating.
The Donald Trump campaign has featured conspiracy theories, insults, and claims that voting systems are rigged. That is exactly like Clinton’s.
Yesterday’s anti-Trump opposition research dump was an embarrassment to opposition researchers and journalists. Let’s aim higher.
CNN let go Democratic National Committeewoman Donna Brazile after she helped Clinton prep for a debate. CNN needs to explain how it happened.
When the news broke that Hillary Clinton’s troubles were not over, her friends and defenders did not take the news very well.
Last night Newt Gingrich argued that political media are obsessed with talking about sex allegations at the expense of policy discussions. He’s not wrong.
Moderator Chris Wallace was the big winner. Trump did well, Clinton did fine, and the media continued embarrassing themselves.
From mushroom farmers to famous celebrities, BuzzFeed has no problem finding hot men for clicks. Why doesn’t the major media site find women hot, too?
By losing to an incumbent president, Donald Trump has said, Mitt Romney ‘just choked, choked like a dog,’ and ‘let us all down.’ How is Trump doing by comparison?
There are three possible explanations for the timing of this week’s oppo dump. None look particularly good for the media.
Mike Pence dominated, Tim Kaine interrupted, and a moderator asked better questions. What does it mean?
Democrats and the media work together seamlessly to push the idea that innocent, random young women are victimized by mean old Republican men.
Trump’s strong start, Clinton’s effective attacks, what got them bogged down, and the real reason why Lester Holt’s performance was bad.
Debate moderators are confused about their jobs, and spend too much time interrupting and weighing in. Let’s just get rid of them.
As was the case with other recent high-profile terror cases, the FBI was tipped off to Ahmad Rahami’s radicalization. What’s going on here?
The media’s freak out over Trump calling a bomb ‘a bomb’ is more alarming to many Americans than anything he said. Here are 14 other more worrisome things.
It might be time for our media to take a breather from non-stop praise of Hillary Clinton. The Washington Post just called her a style icon. Really.
The media have simply got to stop reporting everything the Clinton campaign says as a fact, instead of ‘Clinton claims’ or similar.
Hillary Clinton took ill at a ceremony honoring Americans killed on 9/11. Her campaign said she was overheated. Footage has emerged.
The New York Times is alarmed by Trump’s friendliness with Russia. It’s weird, considering their freakout when Mitt Romney called Russia a geopolitical foe.
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