She reacted to a few rare words of praise from the president on Friday, pointing out several ways he's personally leading "the worst national response of any industrialized nation in the world."
President Donald Trump will remain in office, despite the mountain of evidence against him, largely because of where many Americans get their "news."
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace suggested that criticism from President Donald Trump is "an indication you're doing" a good job as a journalist, according to an interview published Monday by Deadline.
Bill Maher blamed "cancel culture" and the "woke" left for Kelly being dropped from NBC. The former Fox News and NBC host appeared on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" on Friday night.
The network's insertion of its own point of view in this week's presidential debate doesn't reflect a mere personal dislike of Sanders—but rather a consistent ideological orientation.
The false implication was plain as day, and I must speak up for my hometown company.
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
The Pew survey also provides evidence for the notion that media bubbles are creating an environment for partisans to reinforce their existing preferences.
Amid a barrage of criticisms from U.S. Marines over an article which revealed the identity of a Marine reservist being harassed over nude pictures of herself, the service's top brass backed the embattled Marine and asked for a full retraction of the story.
Trump gave a military salute to one audience member who shouted the president would have "100 percent" approval ratings if he were covered fairly by journalists.
Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio threatened to publicly name Trump administration officials he accused of giving "fake leaks" to news media outlets.
President Trump will meet Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.
A major part of the problem is a lack of black journalists in newsrooms across the country.
Afghan journalist Parwiz Sapy went on air immediately after the attack was over in a show of resilience against the militant group.
Forty percent Republicans in a Fox News poll said minorities are now favored over whites in the United States.
A professional news streamer gave Periscope a try, and a mixed-grade.
Depictions of the Prophet Muhammad are controversial in many parts of the Muslim world.
Wikipedia co-founder says 'Infobitt' will catch you up on news five times faster than your current method.
Sony sent a letter to media outlets saying they will be held responsible for losses stemming from the publication of its stolen data.
State media watchdog decides wordplay could cause 'cultural and linguistic chaos.'
The group has enough volunteers to translate into nearly 15 languages.
Mike Hudack has some thoughts about "the state of the media." He wants you to hear them, too