Netflix is edging out its competitors with a sweet deal with the former First Family.
The #WCHD has an incredibly rich media and political history – but what will this year’s dinner look like without President Trump?
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and National Geographic round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – How realistic are New York apartments on TV shows? An entertaining topic, thorough research, and multimedia elements? This story has them
This past week, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch endured 20 hours of hearings to prove that he is worthy of a prestigious seat on the nation’s highest court. Gorsuch was questioned by 20 senators—11 Republicans and 9 Democrats—led by Judiciary Committee chairman Senator Chuck Grassley.
Unamerican. Spy. Traitor. Edward Snowden’s name brings these words to mind for many Americans. The former NSA contractor has become a household name for his role as a global surveillance whistleblower, and reintroduced many Americans to the concept of whistleblowing. While many dispute the legitimacy
Although the founding fathers, who denounced monarchy, intended for the Congress to be the most powerful institution in government, the executive branch has since taken that title for itself. Especially in the modern political era – the latter half of the 20th century to now
President Obama and President Trump have both made notable marks on the pop culture media world, but in very different ways.
Just 10 days before the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, President Barack Obama returned to Chicago to give his farewell address to the nation. While supporters stood in unity in Chicago, news outlets painted different pictures. Fox News opinion writer Bill Whalen said that Obama’s
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Vox round out our top picks for this week. The New York Times – Alabama Crimson Tide of Mexico Sports and multimedia are an excellent mix. With bold colors and active photos and video, multimedia aspect
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been making headlines this past week for refusing to stand during the pre-game national anthem. While other national sports leagues, like the NBA, require participation in the national anthem, the NFL has clarified in a statement that “players