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CBS's Gayle King and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly are daringly open about their own feelings.
The president channels the cultural anxieties of his white, working-class supporters.
Antitrust experts say the president's public opposition to the deal and frequent trashing of “fake news” CNN may not be held against him.
The job of a journalist is to cut through talking points, but when a journalist stands accused, he reaches for familiar talking points.
If they were fake in the way they presented themselves, the reasoning goes, maybe they were fake in their reporting, too.
The feud represents a split over what is earned and what is given when the beneficiary is a black athlete.
Corfman was resolute, but Moore's defenders can say their questions were treated as legitimate by NBC.
In addition to highlighting popular conservative themes, Joshua Fatzick sometimes presented information in misleading ways.
The sniping between the Republican front-runner and the network hosting Thursday’s debate has escalated.