The loss of local news coverage in much of the United States has frayed communities and left many Americans woefully uninformed, according to a new report.
Throughout the 1980s and ’90s, the National Enquirer graced nearly every grocery store checkout line in America, its lurid headlines just as innocuous a part of the shopping experience as Juicy Fruit gum or a pack of Skittles. In those days, the magazine seemed like the news equivalent of that checkout aisle candy—not sustenance but not dangerous. But just as a diet consisting primarily of sugar can have dangerous long-term health effects, the sensationalizing of the news via Enquirer headlines...
GOP media battler Dan Bongino has made good on his plans to create a news site that would be more like the Drudge Report than the real Drudge Report. And it almost imploded his server.
by WorldTribune Staff, November 29, 2019
With the polarization of America's media and politics reaching a fever pitch, many news consumers—"worn out by a fog of political news," as a recent New York Times feature put it – are responding by tuning out altogether.
According to Brian Kilmeade, the impeachment inquiry has done little more than devote the president's most earnest supporters even closer to him.
The House Intelligence Committee report detailed Fox News host Sean Hannity’s role in trying to bring down former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. “The attacks against Ambassador Yovanovitch were amplified by prominent, close allies of President Trump, including Mr. Giuliani and his associates, Sean Hannity, and Donald Trump Jr. President Trump tweeted the smears himself just [
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says reporters at the news organization need to accept that restrictions come along with their paycheck
NEW YORK (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says employees at his news organization need to accept restrictions with their paycheck, including the ban on investigating their boss. Bloomberg, billionaire founder of Bloomberg News, was asked in a CBS News interview about rules put in place when he announced
The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.
Three different federal judges recently blocked the Trump administration from implementing a regulation that would give the Department of Health and Human Services additional resources
A plain reading of the regulation itself — or, if you’re short on time, the HHS fact sheet or press release about the rule — makes clear that federal laws protecting rights of conscience are nothing new.