'They Shun Us in the Newsroom': NY1 Women Who Sued For Discrimination Say They're Facing Retaliation
Five NY1 anchors and reporters filed a lawsuit last year alleging gender and age discrimination at the New York news channel. Since then, they've felt isolated and further sidelined.
If the Democrats take the president down, they may take down cable news's ratings with him. Who is going to be the next star the press fixates on?
Cable had a field day hating on the whole parade thing — even "Fox & Friends"
The president had reportedly planned on waiting until January to avoid risking automatic cuts to Medicaid. He changed his mind on Friday.
Last night’s top story on the internet: a dark tale, wherein millions of Americans ganged up to cyberbully a quasi-literate man over one misspelled word.
As the ransomware known as WannaCry spread globally, broadcast news was there to illustrate the gravity of the situation, with their tried and tested arsenal of information technology stock footage.
The network's most popular host will not be returning to 'The O'Reilly Factor.'
All it took for pundits and politicians to embrace Donald Trump was a missile strike.
The MSNBC host visited the VICELAND show to talk about our new president, Chris Hayes, and Obama's vacation.
If the term "Brexit" annoys you, just wait until you hear "Bremain."