White House Correspondents Association Cuts the Comedy at Annual Dinner

For the first time in sixteen years, the White House Correspondents Dinner will not feature a comedian as the comedian as the featured speaker. Instead, the White House Correspondents Association will feature Ron Chernow, a noted biographer. “I’m delighted that Ron will share his lively, deeply researched perspectives on American […]

CNN Sues White House to Restore Jim Acosta’s Press Pass

CNN announced Tuesday morning that it had filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, chief of staff John Kelly, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, and the Secret Service over their revocation of chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass last week. […]

CNN, Fox News Dominate Midterms Ratings

The Nielsen ratings for Election Night 2018 have been released and America turned to cable news. Over the six major news channels, Fox News led in total viewers while CNN won the important 25-54 demographic. NBC led the way among the broadcast networks while CBS was a disappointing distant finisher […]

Fox News Debuts Alternate to Exit Polling

At 9:33 PM, Fox News projected that Democrats would take the majority in the House of Representatives in a call that chief political anchor Bret Baier deemed “one of the biggest calls of the night.” However, Fox News was far and away the earliest network to make that call and […]

CNN Announces Midterm Election Coverage

CNN has announced their coverage plans for Election Night. Per usual, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, and Jake Tapper will anchor coverage throughout the night starting at 5 PM ET. Tapper, Cooper, and Blitzer will be joined by Dana Bash, Nia-Malika Henderson, and John King. Bash will cover Senate races, Henderson […]