President Donald Trump faced scrutiny after driving his golf cart on the green at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. on the weekend of June 9.
MSNBC announced on Thursday that conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt is getting his own self-titled show starting Saturday, June 24.
In a literary essay published by the New Yorker, the magazine’s former deputy editor appeared to be baffled by an obvious Biblical reference.
A woman is suing CBS Radio in New York City after employees welcomed the woman to the office by yelling “Obama!”
One America News Network CEO Robert Herring announced on Twitter that he rescinded his job offer to former Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday.
There’s an interesting piece on the fate of the U.S. branch of the Guardian newspaper by Steven Perlberg (who has bad opinions about brown liquor but is a fine reporter on other, non-intoxicant-related matters) over at BuzzFeed. The whole thing is worth reading; I just want to highlight this bit: At the meeting, Guardian US editor Lee …
A teacher at Essex County College in New Jersey who appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” claims that her interview on the show caused her to be suspended from her job.
Donald Trump, Jr. took a swipe at Democrats after Republican Karen Handel won Georgia’s special election for its sixth district on Tuesday.
A viral meme claiming that Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot earned a meager fraction of Man of Steel star Henry Cavill’s salary is based on unreliable attribution and a misunderstanding of how Hollywood actors structure their contracts.
Chelsea Clinton on Tuesday failed to understand a joke made by President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, about the lack of on-camera White House press briefings, leading her to blame the White House for fat shaming press secretary Sean Spicer.