The domestic-centric American media has turned a blind eye to the famines ravaging the Middle East and Africa
Breitbart has pledged to be “highly critical” of Trump if he ignores the “values and principles that drove his voters to the polls” – but their coverage on Goldman Sach’s inclusion in Trump’s appointments tell a different tale.
Judging on the President-elect’s previous sentiments towards the press, the future of White House journalism is uncertain at best.
The 2016 presidential election was divisive. Before the election, it seemed like there was another scandal, blunder, or horrifying allegation at every turn. Since election day, there have been repeated reports of Trump-related attacks on minorities, and multi-day protests happening in America’s metropolises. All in
The presidential election is seemingly everywhere this year. Every day, it feels like there’s another scandal, another appalling blunder, and another batch of emails that either contain Satanic rituals or risotto recipes depending on the news source. But has it been worse in 2016 than
Over the past week, thousands of private emails sent to and from John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, have been released by WikiLeaks, an organization that specializes in leaking classified material to the public. The emails covered a wide range of topics including
Last Tuesday, The New York Post’s celebrity news arm, Page Six, published an article by Emily Smith discussing a reported conflict between CNN and ABC over Sunday’s presidential debate. Smith cited unnamed sources who called meetings about the debate between the two networks “a challenge”
Last month, mainstream media discovered the alternative right (usually referred to as the “alt-right”). The alt-right is an emerging political movement whose exact definition is difficult to pin down. It has gained mainstream visibility in recent weeks due to its connections with the presidential campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has faced questions and criticisms concerning her health for years. These have continued through her presidential campaign, but until recently, they were disparaged as far-right conspiracy theories and rarely discussed in the mainstream media. These theories resurfaced with vigor after Clinton
Last Thursday, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” where panelist Mike Barnicle asked him what he would do, if elected, about Aleppo. “And what is Aleppo?” replied Johnson, sparking a whirlwind of criticism and ridicule. Nathaniel Haas, writing for the left-leaning