The Daily Beast corrected a recent story, which claimed that House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R., Calif.) refused to answer a question about whether he worked with the White House on his controversial memo, after an official transcript contradicted its original reporting.
Daily Beat reporter Lizzie Crocker resigned over the weekend after her publication confirmed that she plagiarized from the Weekly Standard.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, may face a longer road to confirmation as a result of his past remarks about female politicians and media personalities.
Columnists at both HuffPost and the Daily Beast came out with pieces within an hour of each other on Wednesday, both arguing that former Vice President Joe Biden should not be the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.
Daily Beast reporter Sam Stein apologized on Monday after accidentally tweeting out the home address of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R.) when he posted a copy of the arrest warrant for the man accused of assaulting the senator.
Comedian Dana Carvey is reflecting on the possibility of “Trump fatigue” in the comedy world, an idea that writers and audiences might no longer be motivated to create or hear material focused on President Donald Trump.
Late-night comedy hosts on Thursday steered clear of the newly revealed bombshell allegations that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed several women over decades.
Award winning actor and filmmaker George Clooney said in a recent interview he never saw Hillary Clinton “elevate her game” during the 2016 presidential campaign, arguing that helped lead to her election defeat.
A Daily Beast piece on Monday declared that former FBI Director James Comey was the “sex symbol America needs right now” after his Senate testimony in which he took on his former boss President Donald Trump.