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A generational transition at a critical time for one of the world’s most important news organizations.
The website and its chairman may have come up against the limits of their influence.
The late filmmaker made catching a wave look easy. I’m still holding on to that dream.
The political journalist vigorously denied the allegations, calling the decision to terminate him “a terrible mistake.”
As for walking away from one of the biggest paychecks in journalism at a time when newspaper people are just happy to stay employed, Lipman says she was never in it for the cash.
A right-wing activist made an issue of the pundit’s old tweet. Later, his bosses realized they had missed its meaning.
The ABC newsman’s credibility was called into question once again with a faulty Michael Flynn report.
Fired “Today” host, who is now off the network payroll, was confronted by bosses before first formal complaint was lodged.
One of the more lurid details of a damning sex scandal calls for a bit of context.
Fox News said it was “troubled” by Rivera's tweetstorm about Matt Lauer, in which he referred to the news industry as a “flirty business.”