Last Wednesday, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told a private audience that he could beat President Trump in the 2020 presidential election and that he is just as “tough” and “smarter” than Trump. The comments spread like wildfire on Twitter and were instantly circulated
President Trump’s denial of data on deaths due to Hurricane Maria gains widespread and differing coverage.
The controversy over events at the U.S. Open involving tennis legend Serena Williams got more controversial when Australian artist Mark Knight drew a Jim Crow era political cartoon of Williams and his newspaper stood by him.
Tim Cook officially announced the launch of the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr generation of iPhones last week, finally ending the guessing game that took place during the months leading up to the event. Two weeks earlier, journalists and bloggers alike relied
Your guide to accurate and unbiased polling ahead of the 2018 midterms.
Many responses to Mac Miller’s passing have explicitly and implicitly placed unfair blame on his ex, Ariana Grande.
The anonymous op-ed published in The New York Times has the potential to change the nature of White House coverage.
For months, the world has been watching as Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo faced potential imprisonment for reporting on mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. This past week, the two were sentenced to seven years of jail each.
Check out some news you may have missed going on around the world involving press freedom, journalists’ rights, and the fight against censorship.
With the victories of progressive candidate Andrew Gillum and Trump-endorsed Ron DeSantis, the media coverage of Florida’s primaries have played an interesting role in bucking the establishment.