Jim Acosta Leaves White House Press Briefing

CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta left the White House Press Briefing today after Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders declined to say that the Press is not the enemy of the people. Huckabee Sanders danced around the issue as Acosta asked about it, instead preferring to blame the media […]


Bob Woodward Tackling Trump White House in Next Book

Publisher Simon & Schuster announced on Monday night that they will publish Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward’s latest book, Fear: Trump in the White House on September 11, 2018.¬†According to Simon & Schuster, the book will focus on how decisions are made in the White House. “Fear is the most […]


News & Documentary Emmy Award Nominees Announced

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the nominees for this year’s News and Documentary awards. Per usual, PBS and CBS led the pack with 45 and 31 nominations, respectively. Corporate siblings CNN Worldwide and HBO had 27 and 22 nominations, respectively. “New technologies are opening up […]


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 […]