In “Beat the Press”, attacks on the media by President Donald Trump impact Murphy’s reporting, and her personal life.
The Year 2017 saw renewed political activism and may well be remembered as the Year of the Women By Anne Howard and Brandon Hinojos We may not have witnessed the election of United States’ first female president, but 2017 has triggered an unprecedented number of women actively getting involved in politics and running for office.
By Anne Howard and Brandon Hinojos It’s been quite a day. Today, Lt. General Michael T. Flynn, the former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, White House national security adviser, pleaded guilty of lying to the FBI along with other offenses and reached a deal with the Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, investigating the Russian propaganda campaign in the U.S.
FOX News is once again refusing to air a Liberal group’s new ad that opposes the Republican tax plan and shows how the Trump family stands to benefit from the tax bill, by using an impersonator of President Donald Trump driving a golf cart, reported Politico yesterday. The 30-second spot titled “Billions” is part of a
The prestigious magazine publisher, Time Inc., was acquired by the Meredith Corporation on Sunday night for $2.8 billion in cash. Including in this total was $650 million from the private worldwide magnates, Charles and David Koch, commonly known as the Koch brothers. Although it is said that Meredith will not influence the editorial board, almost
Parallel Harassment and Assault Allegations for Roy Moore, Louis CK, and Kevin Spacey Demonstrate Radical Disparity Between the Entertainment and Political Culture
This is not the yellow brick road. Twitter promises to buckle down on inappropriate content following the 1-day boycott initially started by actress, Rose McGowan. Her Twitter account was temporarily suspended last Thursday after tweeting against Hollywood mogul, Harvey Weinstein, for his continual abuse of power. McGowan responded by posting Twitter’s snapshot of her suspension