The First Daughter uses the media to claim a sense of humanity not seen in the Trump family, but the taint of cruelty extends to her as well.
From the elimination of the Public Editor to their overweening both-siderism, The New York Times is the perfect evidence of how the media enables the Republican Party to kill democracy by a thousand cuts.
Despite being told by management to not use the term, Sean Hannity still refers to his propagandists as 'reporters.' Donald Trump isn't the only one who thinks rules don't apply to him.
The New York Times frames an article on Hope Hicks in a way that displays an utter disregard for the rule of law. How Trumpian of them.
Jeffrey Toobin acknowledges his part in the dangerous false equivalencies that altered the country.
Since the White House Correspondents Association Dinner ostensibly celebrates the close and cozy relationship between DC journalists and the subjects they report on, Sam Bee offers a little primer on how they could actually try to improve their journalism instead of their relationships with politicians.
Robert Mueller detailed very specific ways that GRU exploited the stenography tendencies of our mainstream media and how well it worked.
Joy Reid took a look at the media fixation on the "B-boys": Biden, Bernie, Beto and Buttigieg with panelists Neera Tanden, Jason Johnson and Kwame Jackson.
At long last, a Washington reporter asks an introspective question.
It's hard to understand CNN's decision, in an election year, to hire Sarah Isgur (Flores) as their new political editor. Before her stint with Sessions, she pledged loyalty to Donald J. Trump.
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