Don Lemon, April Ryan and Chris Cuomo make headlines for after-hours episodes.
Congressional editor Jonathan Weisman was punished one day after executive editor Dean Baquet fielded comments and criticism from the Times’ newsroom employees.
Despite a call for unity in wake of mass shootings, the president’s digital allies continue to stoke division and conspiracy theories.
Members of a Trump booster group have appeared on the network twice before, also without disclosure.
Some avoid directly adopting that characterization, putting the word in the mouths of others.
When the agency sees news it considers false, it publicly names and shames the journalists.
An investigation began with a simple question: “I wonder what the women think about this?”
The media critic in chief lashes out when the network reports unfavorable news instead of laying on the flattery.
Beset by advertiser defections, the “platform for the alt-right” is in steep decline.
Under terms of a contract between Random House, Thrush and colleague Maggie Haberman, he was free to keep the cash he had already received.