Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were covered more positively in Britain than America in September despite leaving the U.K. to escape negativity, according to research for Newsweek.
The media will predictably declare the world safe again on January 20.
Unbiased news outlets are a thing of the past, and that's a good thing, some conservatives argue. Donald Trump getting nearly half the votes was a "a middle finger" to the mainstream media, said Dinesh D'Souza.
The House resolution praises Tennesseans "for clearly seeing that the mainstream media has sensationalized the reporting on COVID-19 in the service of political agendas."
Prince Harry has "swapped royalty for celebrity" in Los Angeles but may struggle to be happy after the first paparazzi images of him and Meghan Markle emerged last week, his biographer tells Newsweek.
"It is just sad the media mob and others have politicized a virus for a political advantage," Sean Hannity told Newsweek.
The presidential candidate went on the offensive against MSNBC Saturday, rejecting an appearance and accusing the cable news network of frequently denigrating and outright ignoring his campaign.
Because of the mainstream media's myopic focus, we simply don't have a very good understanding of what is happening abroad.
Pompeo tells the former White House press secretary that he likes listening to AC/DC and picks the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" as his favorite for the Oscars this year.
Experts say the president is adding to a polluted news environment.
Scarborough's comments come after firing many criticisms at Trump since he took office.
Jailing journalists for "false news" rose to a new record in 2017.
Some will regard Trump's outlandish accusations as further attempts by the president to smear the publication.
Jones says Kelly told him it would be a "softball profile" without questions about the Sandy Hook and Pizzagate conspiracy theories.
Republicans, Democrats and independents all believe news organisations publish stories that are not true.