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This dynamic shutdown marking President Trump’s first year has been fueling the news cycle.
Racist, or just straight-talk?
White House correspondent tunes out, as the president continues to tweetstorm.
Trump’s UNGA speech was interpreted in different ways by the media.
Natural disasters as political opportunity? The Washington “swamp” reacts to Hurricane Harvey.
Spicer’s out, Scaramucci and Sanders are in. But this shake-up doesn’t spell out changes between the White House and the media.
Hadas Gold, from Politico’s On Media blog, has been a news junkie ever since she was young.
Trump unleashed 59 Tomahawk missiles on a Syrian airbase – and also unleashed a wide range of media praise, criticism, and analysis.
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