Comics Take on the Election and Politics

Comics, particularly Marvel comics, have been known to take influences from the real world. Captain America got his start punching Adolf Hitler in the mouth and then later dealt with communism and Watergate. Today, the two titans of the comics industry, Marvel and DC, both have comics that are politically-themed. […]

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LA Governor Calls Trump’s Visit “Helpful”

Governor John Bel Edwards (D-LA) called Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s visit to the area devastated by flooding “helpful” because it helped raised awareness. Bel Edwards had previously said in a statement that Trump was “welcome,” but not for a “photo-op.” “We welcome him to LA but not for a […]

Paul Manafort Leaves Trump Campaign

Days after a Trump campaign shake-up and also after a sustained period of the campaign faltering in national and battleground state polls, campaign chairman Paul Manafort has left the campaign. Manafort was asked to resign and he obliged, according to new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway. She told WABC, “He was […]



CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield Moves to HLN, John King to Weekdays

CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield announced on her show, Legal View, on Thursday that she will move to sister network HLN and take over Nancy Grace’s primetime slot when the host leaves the network later this year. Banfield announced the news at the closing of the program since has anchored since 2013. […]

Univision Buys Gawker in Bankruptcy Auction

Univision, the Spanish language media outlet that has been making a big digital push, has purchased Gawker Media for $135 million. The purchase is subject to approval by a bankruptcy court judge. The only two bidders were Univision and Ziff Davis, an Internet and magazine publishing company. Ziff Davis, which […]