The news cycle has been moving at a rapid pace, and DACA has been one of the media’s collateral damages.
Did the Dems blink in the shutdown showdown?
This dynamic shutdown marking President Trump’s first year has been fueling the news cycle.
Political jockeying has spread to the op-ed pages as pre-Christmas tax reform plan gains steam.
An all-star cast gathered in George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium on Monday evening to talk about the Trump presidency with (almost) one year in the history books. What has happened within the first year? What were some of the big moments? What’s in store
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,
It’s news outlets versus the giants of social media and the web.
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?
This past presidential election catalyzed civic engagement like never before. U.S. lawmakers and their communications teams have reported receiving more than 1.5 million calls per day on their most busy weeks as constituents voice their concerns over Trump’s cabinet nominees and new legislation. According to