UC Berkeley once led the free speech movement in the tumultuous ’60s, but their legacy may not survive present-day partisanship.
Media types came together and discussed the issues. Did any solutions come out of it?
Natural disasters as political opportunity? The Washington “swamp” reacts to Hurricane Harvey.
With international media, it’s hard to say if cultural ties create divisions in news and if technology is enough to create convergence.
Dispatch from Politicon 2017: Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro and The Young Turk’s Cenk Ugyur battle head-to-head on all things political.
Senator John McCain made waves in the news this week, and the coverage following him as been rocky at best.
Can the president block people on Twitter? An interesting court case considers that very question.
The Senate health care bill stalled in Congress during the July 4th recess, and mistakes were made in the weeks prior that resulted in media backlash.
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?