Despite opposition from Democrats, Amy Coney Barrett is expected to be confirmed to the Supreme Court, and intense media scrutiny of her has faded for now.
When The New York Times reported Wednesday that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff had been made aware of the now-public whistleblower complaint before it was received by the Intelligence Community Inspector General, conservative media and allies of President Trump seized the opportunity to discredit the ongoing impeachment inquiry and allege coordination.
On Wednesday, the White House released a document it called a “transcript” of President Trump’s conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. While some reporters were quick to point out the document was not a verbatim transcript and had been edited by White House officials, many in the news media continued to use the misleading phrasing.
A new question on citizenship status is being considered for the 2020 census.
Post-midterms, the White House could be subject to a new “investigative onslaught” and has continued its efforts to undermine the free press.
How will the politics of the Kavanaugh protests affect votes at the ballot box this November?
At times, it can be difficult to tell whether the public controls the media or whether the media controls the public. On one hand, the public gives intriguing topics more traction by talking and tweeting about them so more stories about those topics are written.
Almost a year has gone by since #MeToo spread rapidly through social media and eventually received global attention. The campaign, which was started in 2006 but gained popularity throughout 2017 and 2018, was meant to bring attention to ongoing sexual assault and harassment that goes
In the wake of bombshell sexual assault allegations, some Senators and media outlets are pushing for the confirmation to go through and for Ford to be discredited.
House Resolution 464, the Cameras in the Courtroom Act, is the most recent effort to bring cameras into the Supreme Court. Recently, the legislation moved to the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet where it is likely to die. However, the idea of