Democratic Candidate Pranks Fox News

On Monday morning, Barbara L’Italien appeared on Fox & Friends First, the early morning Fox News program. However, the hosts thought that Ann Kirkpatrick, a former Arizona congresswoman running to return to her seat, was joining the program. Instead of answering the host’s question about supporting ICE (Kirkpatrick was the only […]

White House Press Corps Stands Together

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is not necessarily known for giving straight answers to every reporter’s question during the press briefings and oftentimes calls on other reporters in order to avoid follow-up questions. However on Wednesday, Jordan Fabian, a reporter for The Hill, took a different approach: deferring […]

Gawker Bought at Bankruptcy Auction

Bryan Goldberg, the founder of Bleacher Report and Bustle, has won the website, social media accounts, and archives of Gawker, the infamous news website that shuttered two years ago following a lawsuit from wrestler Hulk Hogan. Hogan could be entitled to up to 45% of the bid as a result […]

Fox News Dominates Supreme Court Ratings

About 25 million Americans tuned into the broadcast networks and the main three cable news channels to watch President Donald Trump announce his nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice Anthony Kennedy. Fox News was the overwhelming ratings winner with the most total winners […]

CBS News Names Weijia Jiang White House Correspondent

CBS News has named Weija Jiang as a White House correspondent. Jiang previously served as a White House correspondent for Newspath, CBS’s news gathering service for stations. “Over the past several months, Weijia Jiang has consistently shown that she has what it takes to cover this White House – she […]