American audiences tend to gravitate towards media sources that reinforce their pre-existing beliefs. And as the number of online media outlets increases and newspaper readership falls – “outrage-based” political opinion media has grown dramatically.
Republican Sen. John McCain had some choice words for Fox News in a recent interview with The New Republic.
Justice Dept. Official Handling Journalist Leak Probe Criticized Over Use Of Gov’t Resources Going After Roger Clemens
Ronald Machen and James Cole have pursued their share of headline-makers, taking on between the two of them an All-Star baseball pitcher, government contractors, members of Congress, a federal judge and a mayoral campaign.
Sen. Pat Roberts said Thursday that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder should resign over allegations that he knew of the gathering of journalists’ telephone records and emails.
Traffic got you down? Well, it also may lead to childhood cancer. Seriously.
A Baltimore pediatric neurosurgeon who made derogatory comments about gay marriage has withdrawn as commencement speaker at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly said he doesn’t “feel that strongly” about gay marriage either way, and said that politicians are using the issue to pander to popular politics.
A decade after sending troops into Iraq, former President George W. Bush is getting some credit from the Obama Administration.
A new study finds that opinion is dominating factual reporting on MSNBC.
A university professor is reportedly urging students not to watch Fox News.