Joe Scarborough tweeted that any business that funds Trump is complicit with white supremacy. Yet his own show hosted Trump multiple times, giving Trump millions in free advertising.
On Friday, a federal judge in Kentucky tossed Nicholas Sandmann’s defamation case against the Washington Post. Here’s why Sandmann is likely to win on appeal.
Doug Ducey’s administration should not have had to clean up a story from a reporter who seemed invested in the idea that Ducey should be supporting marijuana decriminalization.
Instead of verifying the facts or providing attribution, Christine Pelosi tweeted the false quote to her 84,900 followers. Pelosi has since deleted the tweet.
Those perpetuating now-frequent hate hoaxes risk desensitizing Americans from legitimate racism by sacrificing truth on the altar of political expediency.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi break down the timeline and main actors of the Russia hoax that has drawn out over the last two years.
At legal brothel owner Dennis Hof’s funeral, I took a photo with Tucker Carlson. A supposedly feminist journalist took to Twitter to malign us both.
Our fact-checking safeguards no longer function like they used to. Isn’t it time we rethink how we distribute information?
In all their self-aggrandizement and pontificating, the media seems to have missed the core tenet of legitimacy as a public institution: trust.
The Covington Catholic boys may not have behaved with perfect decorum. But they’re teenagers. The adults here, on the other hand, should be completely ashamed of themselves.
Following Michael Cohen’s surprise guilty plea, the media and critics of the president wasted no time pushing collusion narratives, conspiracy theories, and outright falsehoods.
Jim Acosta’s arrogant behavior and lies make him an effective tool for the Trump administration, but he’s too full of himself to realize it.
Since 1989, no other political party apart from the current bipartisan rivalry has arrived on the eve of the elections with such a considerable margin when compared to Jair Bolsonaro in the polls.
It’s easy to believe hate crimes are everywhere if they suit a convenient political narrative and are touted by reporters who can’t be bothered to dig deeper.
‘Stop, stop. A mob is what we saw in Charlottesville, Virginia two Augusts ago. A mob is not what we saw chasing’ Sen. Ted Cruz, said CNN’s Brooke Baldwin.
The Washington Post and New York Times each completely botched a hit piece on the Trump administration in recent weeks, as a result of shirking basic journalism standards.
The media’s use of attention-grabbing headlines exploits LGBT people, who rely on these unreliable sources for important news coverage.
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