• Perspective

A double shot of cultural bias is already on the way with the vice presidential choice looming. Journalists should be on guard.

CNN, the Fox News Channel and MSNBC have not previously said publicly what constitutes acceptable political involvement for their paid commentators.

J.J. Yore, the general manager of WAMU, stepped down under pressure amid an explosive news story and staff complaints about the station’s newsroom culture.

Some WAMU staffers are calling on general manager J.J. Yore to resign after a DCist story detailed sexual harassment allegations against a former reporter.

The national political reporter’s interview earned him praise from across the political aisle, and from beyond the usual media commentators.

Wallace's expanded role comes as part of a slate of programming changes announced by MSNBC on Monday, including anchor Chuck Todd’s weekday show moving from the 5 p.m. time slot to 1 p.m.

A large group of players announce an unprecedented push for college athlete rights with a unified statement.

Michael Pack, the news organization’s new overseer, declines to renew their work eligibility, but hasn’t said why.

The son of Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch formerly served as CEO of 21st Century Fox before leaving the company.

  • Opinion

A lawyer for Palin spent a July afternoon arguing about the state of mind of a New York Times editor.

Eric Bolling’s interview with the discredited “Plandemic” theorist represented an extreme edge of the typical commentary from one of the nation’s largest TV groups.

  • Perspective

Doctors preaching about demon sperm is the least of our problems. The truth is, Americans didn’t bother to fight.

  • Opinion

There have been settlements with The Post and CNN, not to mention pending suits against New York Times, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, Rolling Stone and Gannett. Twitter may be next in line.

Satirical news sites like Reductress and Hard Times are launching a comedy network through micro-donation platform Coil.

Deadspin's staff quit en masse last fall. Now they're starting their own media company.

The 41-year-old newsroom veteran is the first African American woman to become managing editor in the paper’s 143-year history.

“As the Founding Fathers said, it [slavery] was the necessary evil upon which the union was built,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R) told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, his hometown newspaper, over the weekend.

The video was set to air this weekend across the country

  • Perspective

Emphasize voting rights, present opinion polls wisely, and don’t get caught in Trump’s distraction-and-blame machine.

Nicholas Sandmann’s family alleged he was defamed by coverage of his encounter with a Native American activist at the Lincoln Memorial. The Post admitted no wrongdoing.

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