Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s (D., Hawaii) campaign criticized “media giants ruled by corporate interests” in a fundraising email sent out on Saturday. The email also suggests journalism is being used against her campaign in a manner akin to 1950s-era McCarthyism.
This blog is the spiritual successor to my previous similarly titled blog post that debunked a widely-reported study claiming America was one of the top ten most dangerous countries for women. As I pointed out at the time, the report heavily weighted the subjective judgements of “experts.” The result is that a bunch of Westerners polled at the …
One of the women who accused NBC’s Tom Brokaw of sexual harassment placed an ad in the Thursday edition of The New York Times shaming the network for its handling of sexual misconduct.
A handicapped Texas man took to Facebook Tuesday to express frustration with a NBC News crew that had blocked the only handicap parking spots at his polling place.
NBC has canceled Megyn Kelly’s morning show “Megyn Kelly Today,” announcing Friday the embattled anchor’s show will not return to air.
The Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee recommended anti-Trump attorney Michael Avenatti and his client Julie Swetnick to the Justice Department for possible criminal charges on Thursday. Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley noted that in multiple public statements, Swetnick and Avenatti contradicted the sworn statement they provided claiming that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh ran a gang-rape-party ring in high school.
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton said in a new interview she would consider running for office if she felt the position “matched” her “talents.”
NBC morning show host Megyn Kelly is facing a fierce backlash and potentially the end of her career at 30 Rock over remarks she made defending “blackface” in Halloween costumes.