It’s not every day a local newspaper’s reporting results in the national shaming and subsequent resignation of a congressman. But that is exactly what the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette accomplished last week after publishing a story revealing that now-former Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., an outspoken anti-abortion advocate,
#TakeTheKnee is taking professional football stadiums by storm.
Despite multiple record-setting hurricanes making landfall, Nazis feeling emboldened enough to march across a major college campus and a seemingly never-ending health care debate, House Speaker Paul Ryan insisted last week that the United States’ main priority needs to be tax reform. Ryan made his
The media seems to be preoccupied with the blank space that is pop star Taylor Swift’s political preferences. Outlets from Newsweek to Red Alert Politics have been incessantly speculating about whether Swift voted for President Donald Trump or his Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton, a conversation
Your view of Parks and Rec’s Leslie Knope is probably tied to your politics.
Spicer’s out, Scaramucci and Sanders are in. But this shake-up doesn’t spell out changes between the White House and the media.
Though journalists are beginning to acknowledge the industry’s ingrained elitism, journalists and organizations still have a tendency to inadvertently reveal how out of touch they can be with Middle America. Vox’s Matthew Yglesias earned Twitter’s wrath recently with a tone-deaf tweet asking if “rural broadband”
President Trump’s attacks on the media have reached a new level of intensity within the past week.
“Pittsburgh, not Paris” – a catchy stump sentiment from Trump, but how has the media reflected the country’s divide on climate change with this American city?
At 23, Morrongiello has taken the helm as the New York Post’s DC Bureau Chief and is a rising star of the Beltway media sphere.