With the American Health Care Act en route to the Senate, the media primarily focused on partisan political gains and losses – rather than the specific policy points of the bill itself.
There’s a lot to be said about government shutdowns, but are they accurately covered by the media?
After a series of sexual assault lawsuit settlements and departed advertisers, conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly was ousted from his long-standing role as the host of Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor. O’Reilly’s departure has spurred many discussions about his lasting legacy on cable, political news and
As Trump makes offensive moves into Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan in his first 100 days, pundits across the media have weighed in.
Does the media make the political arena more partisan – or do we just personally perceive it that way?
As Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee continues to undergo his confirmation hearings with Congress, Senate Democrats are debating whether or not they should filibuster Neil Gorsuch’s appointment to the Supreme Court. Democrats and liberal commentators are clearly divided on the political implications and consequences of
Since intelligence agencies uncovered that Russia likely hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server to benefit the Trump campaign, the Democratic party and many mainstream media outlets have focused their coverage of the new administration around its possible ties to Russia. In particular, the cases concerning Michael
After protesters blocked recently-confirmed U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos from entering a D.C. public school on Feb. 10, conservative cartoonist Glenn McCoy channeled Norman Rockwell’s “The Problem We All Live With.” “The Problem We All Live With” depicts Ruby Bridges, the first black child
It’s official: President Trump has picked Gorsuch for a seat in the highest court of the land. What did the media have to say about the announcement?
Since the dawn of the 2016 election, “fake news” seems to be all of the buzz in the journalistic community. The overarching term first appeared to be coined by liberal political pundits attributing Clinton’s loss to a series of Trump-aligned fake stories circulating social media.