Press Secretary Sarah Sanders privately admitted to misleading reporters during a press conference on May 10, 2017.
Less than two weeks after Attorney General William Barr told Congress that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not draw a definitive conclusion as to whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, The New York Times reported that members of Mueller’s team had told associates that Barr failed to adequately portray their findings, which they said were more troubling for Trump than Barr presented them to be.
CNN names former Department of Justice spokeswoman as new political editor.
Just a few years ago, digital publishers like BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post were seen as industry pioneers that would lead the next phase of journalism. Now, after over 1000 layoffs last week, they are reckoning with the Google-Facebook duopoly on advertisement revenues and are left vulnerable to further financial misfortune.
While fellow Republican lawmakers stripping Rep. King of his committee assignments, NBC News fumbles response to his racist comments.
Mueller and the media respond to the explosive Buzzfeed News report.
News outlets failed to fact-check the President’s incorrect statements about the recently filed court documents.
Cable news networks have been hosting climate change skeptics without correction.
Post-midterms, the White House could be subject to a new “investigative onslaught” and has continued its efforts to undermine the free press.
In an interview released by Axios on Tuesday morning, President Trump told Jonathan Swan that he was preparing an executive order that would end birthright citizenship, the constitutional right enumerated in the Fourteenth Amendment. “We’re the only country in the world where a person comes