National Public Radio chief news editor David Sweeney has left the organization after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment.
National Public Radio senior vice president of news Michael Oreskes has resigned after being accused of sexual harassment by at least two women.
National Public Radio told the Washington Free Beacon that the Moscow-based software company Kaspersky Lab, which was used by hackers to steal classified documents from the National Security Agency, is no longer one of its corporate underwriters.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did not rule out questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election in an interview published Monday.
A former law school student of Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, spoke out Sunday to contest the story of another former student, who suggested Gorsuch made controversial comments about women during one of his classes.
Public radio station NPR failed to note that the former CIA officer who wrote in the Washington Post that his decision to leave the agency had nothing to do with politics gave $5,000 to Hillary Clinton, even after a “clarification” was added to his original column to disclose the political contribution.
A prominent media outlet that received money from a White House-backed group of Iran deal advocates refused interviews with a top congressional critic of last summer’s nuclear agreement, deepening accusations that the Obama administration and its allies suppressed voices opposing the deal, according to conversations with sources and a series of emails viewed by the Washington Free Beacon.