The hosts of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends criticized The New York Times article highlighting allegations against Brett Kavanaugh by Deborah Ramirez.
"They might actually think twice before talking about impeachment in every other breath," Joe Scarborough argued.
"Brett Kavanaugh should start suing people for libel, or the Justice Department should come to his rescue," Trump tweeted on Sunday.
The "Morning Joe" host skewered party leaders for misleading the public.
The list includes Kathy Ireland, Lori Greiner, John Leguizamo, Clay Aiken, Paul Hollywood and Michael Dell.
Here's everything the Hollywood producer has said in trying to deflect, contest, or excuse accusations of sexual harassment.
The American Center for Law and Justice obtained hundreds of pages of emails between reporters and Department of Justice communications staff.
The newspaper is seeking an apology as Trump's claim the paper leaked information becomes his latest attack on the press.
Newspaper corrects suggestion that Palin PAC's mailer helped incite the Giffords' shooting.
The Times needs to hold itself accountable, especially during the Trump era.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal recently penned a dating profile essay for her husband, in anticipation of her death.
THe New York Times broke the news on Tuesday, citing military officials briefed on an internal investigation.
Margaret Sullivan calls on the newspaper to re-examine its original findings and take on criticism from salon owners.
Joe Biden appears to refute Maureen Dowd.
A blog post quickly came from a 'Times' editor with his own remarks.
How did The New York Times review Harper Lee's book before everyone else? They snagged a secret copy.
While decrying a visa program for foreign workers, the Grey Lady is using it to hire workers.
Mark, known for her powerful images that highlighted the day-to-day life of marginalized communities, died May 26, 2015.
Artisanal pencils are so hot right now.
Following a 'New York Times' investigation, Governor Cuomo announces a task force to crack down on violations.
The 2015 winners in journalism, books, drama and music are announced.
In 2014, the errors came fast and the schadenfreude was everywhere.
James Risen faces questions about how he got information on a CIA effort to undermine Iran's nuclear weapons program.
With the results in, we can see who was right and who was wrong.
Here are some adjectives from The New York Times' spry, coy and sort-of-modern review of Taylor Swift's "1989."