There's a lot of good reporting in that Jane Mayer story about Fox News, but I disagree with the main premise. Fox is what it always was.
When Donald Trump installed former Fox co-president Bill Shine as deputy chief of staff in charge of communications, taxpayers got someone who was literally still on the Fox News payroll at the same time.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer reveals that Fox reporter Diana Falzone uncovered Trump’s hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election only to have the story killed by the network.
According to Jane Mayer's sources, Trump was also tipped off by Fox News to the first Republican debate questions.
It would be surprising if the New Yorker wasn't very, very careful with this latest story.
The Panama papers revelations are just the tip of the iceberg.
Jane Mayer's new book has many new details. It's a must-read.
This doesn't look good for America's favorite wingnut billionaire brothers.
Bill Moyers & Company examines how for a tiny fraction of what casino owner Sheldon Adelson bet and lost on Newt Gingrich's failed 2012 presidential bid, retail magnate Art Pope gained control of North Carolina's state government.
Like William Rehnquist before him, Clarence Thomas perjured himself twice in order to get onto the Supreme Court. Part 4 of the series, "The Structure of Lies in Conservative Jurisprudence".
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