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6.26.19

Cardi B's 'Press' Video Shows She's Fully Controlling Her Narrative

The visual for her latest single comes just after she was indicted on felony charges for a fight in a strip club last year.

11.8.18

No Evidence the White House Video of Jim Acosta Was Doctored, Forensic Expert Says

But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t make people angry.

9.13.18

Do Media Companies Report Too Much on Mass Shooters?

Sound, iterative journalism can keep rumor-mongering at bay—unless it feeds a "contagion" effect of violence.

5.23.18

The Woman Who Filmed How The New York Times Reports on Trump

Liz Garbus's new docuseries, "The Fourth Estate," gets to the heart of how free press is essential to democracy—and Donald Trump's attempts to undermine that.

12.12.17

Sean Spicer Is Writing a Book About His 'Turbulent Tenure' with Trump

He said he wants to "set the record straight" about what went down during his six-month stint as the White House press secretary.

11.10.17

If Facebook Actually Wants to Be Transparent, It Should Talk to Journalists

A Facebook executive has been complaining about negative press coverage, yet the company declines to engage with journalists.

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11.8.17

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Team Up Against Nixon in 'The Post' Trailer

Check out the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's upcoming film that follows the 'Washington Post' in the wake of the Pentagon Papers.

8.7.17

Reporting on Climate Change Is Harmful if You're Not Offering Solutions

Once-celebrated author and thinker Daniel Pinchbeck can't find an audience for his new book. He has a few ideas why.

6.27.17

Come back, Sean!

Following a shift in the Trump administration's media strategy, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's briefings to reporters have been held on camera only six times in the past six weeks. We miss you, Sean.

5.25.17

A Body-Slammed Reporter and the New American War on Journalism

After a Republican congressional candidate was charged with assaulting a journalist, it's time to get outraged—and worried.

5.22.17

Meet the right-wing blogger who is now part of the White House press corps

Lucian Wintrich is a blogger for The Gateway Pundit, one of several sites given White House credentials despite being better known for its ideology than breaking news.

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