Cartoonist Michael de Adder drew a poignant cartoon depicting President Donald Trump’s lack of concern over the families dying on the U.S.-Mexico border. It was hardly offensive, didn’t contain any sex, violence or profanity, but it resulted in de Adder being shown the door. The publishing company in New Brunswick, Canada censored the cartoon, but [
David Barstow joins Berkeley journalism school after winning a fourth Pulitzer and alienating his teammates by trying to ghostwrite a book with a top-secret source.
By filling the executive branch with temporary officials, the president shields some of his administration's cruelest practices from meaningful public scrutiny.
She says foreign ministers need to pay more than "lip service" to media freedom.
In the surreal landscape of America under Donald Trump, the people tasked with covering the news have themselves become major figures in the story. No one represents this more clearly than Jim Acosta, CNN’s White House correspondent, a regular target of the president’s ire who has been demonized, attacked and repeatedly threatened by Trump’s supporters. [
Lara Trump is speaking out on the spitting attack against her husband Eric at an upscale Chicago bar Tuesday night, claiming such an insult would never happen to the Clinton or Obama children.
GOP advisers think President Donald Trump's tweets helped bring together a Democratic Party that last week was split by infighting, Politico said.
President Donald Trump lashed out at the news media Sunday over what he called "phony and exaggerated accounts" following reports of crowded and unsanitary conditions at U.S. Border Patrol stations that have heightened debate about U.S. immigration policy, a trademark issue in his 2020 reelection
A new report from the New York Times on Tuesday revealed new details about the years-long friendship between President Donald Trump and the convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. The most bizarre revelation was the account of a party, told by Florida businessman George Houraney, at which Trump and Epstein were the only guests: [
President Donald Trump suffered a humiliating loss when the Supreme Court refused to summarily let him add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. And though he has now overridden the Justice Department’s move to abandon the case, he is unlikely to prevail as the litigation continues in lower court, as census forms are already [
President Donald Trump‘s racist attacks on four progressive Democratic Congresswomen are not “improvisational madness,” but rather calculated “race-baiting” that is “central to his 2020 strategy.” So reports Axios, citing sources “close to Trump” who “predict more, not less, of the race-baiting madness.” Why? Axios explains: “Trump knows that in 2016, he won the white vote by [
President Donald Trump’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein has undergone renewed scrutiny since the wealthy financier’s arrest on sex trafficking charges. The future president and Epstein reportedly were the only two guests at one Mar-A-Lago party, in 1992, where Trump arranged to have 28 women flown in for a “calendar girl” contest, which calls to mind [