The Washington Post can do better because sometimes it does. Unfortunately, when it comes to President Trump, WaPo seems to have a problem with either bias or sloppiness. Either way is fatal.
Fake news only wins when good people don't know the truth. But truth in journalism always comes out. Sunlight, the greatest disinfectant for dishonesty
Julian Assange is a political prisoner facing persecution and extradition to the US from the UK for the crime of committing journalism.
Charles Krauthammer has been a political commentator of note since 1990. He won the Pulitzer for his WashPo column. But he did not have a journalism degree.
WASHINGTON. If you ask former CBS correspondent Lara Logan the difference between mainstream media “journalism” and the tactics employed by opposition research firm Fusion GPS, her answer would likely be, “Not much.” But we’ll get back to Lara Logan’s unceremonious departure from the “Tiffany Network” in a moment. Democrats, journalists, smear machines, and Trump/Russia collusion ...
Journalism’s left-wing is angry that capitalists will purchase Time, assume their formidable debt, and repair the damage left-wing media lunacy has done
The Peabody Award is intended to recognize “…excellence in (journalistic) quality, rather than popularity or commercial success.” FNC's Catherine Herridge is a worthy recipient.
New York Times publisher "Punch" Sulzberger told readers, “... we aim to rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of the Times journalism.” Really?
The slogan for the 1868 Democratic Convention was, “This is a White man’s country – let a White man rule.” And really, not much has changed for that party.
If Sean Penn gets under the skin of journalists, perhaps it's because his immoral interview with El Chapo reflects much of what's wrong with journalism today.
"Frankly, millennials just don't care about the controversy surrounding Brian Williams. There's nothing to forgive, and it's already been forgotten."
The lines between fact and fiction are becoming so blurred as to be nearly non-existent.
An estimated 1.8 million Georgians — nearly one in five — live below the federal poverty level. How can pictures make a difference?
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Barbara Walters announces her last day as The View co-host will be May 16. AT 84 years of age, Walters will continue to executive produce the show and contribute to ABC News.