Earlier this year, about a month before he announced his presidential bid, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke told Vanity Fair he was “just born to be in it.” But on November 1, O’Rourke formally bowed out of the race, announcing that “it is clear to me
Since its debut on October 4, the “Joker” movie has been receiving backlash in the news, as critics claim the film makes a mockery of mental illness, leading to dangerous real-world consequences. However, these accusations are founded in a collective anxiety, or groupthink mentality, over
The white, male privilege of Beto O’Rourke’s campaign offers him a frequency and tone of media coverage unavailable to most candidates of color and women candidates.
Was the Twitter thread that exposed the photos and private conversations of two strangers meeting on a plane an invasion of privacy or a hopeful tale of romance?
The first lady drives the news on occasion, but not by choice
The media had a wild week, and it was a pretty mixed bag
From NBC gaffes to awkward tweets, the media messed up
A New York Times report revealed that Clinton kept an alleged sexual harasser on her 2008 campaign
President Donald Trump has been attacking the mainstream media, particularly the “failing” New York Times and “fake news” CNN, since the early days of the 2016 election cycle, and those attacks have persisted into his presidency. Ironically, Trump’s vilification of the press has helped boost
Women’s magazines are notorious for disseminating popular trends in fashion, beauty and culture, but in our world today haven’t politics become a popular trend? Over this last election cycle politics were infused into the everyday lives of the average American. Those who intended to ignore