Newly released e-mails Thursday evening show New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's contempt for the press goes far beyond his public statements.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio sounded quite Trumpian in an e-mail to a New York Times reporter Thursday, blasting a story in a paper as "disgusting."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she is inspired by women in politics during an event where she endorsed a man over his female primary challenger.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge on Tuesday ordered Michael Avenatti's law firm to pay a former colleague $10 million.
Netflix announced Monday that Barack and Michelle Obama have entered into a multi-year contract with the online-streaming powerhouse.
Michael Avenatti Says He’s Protecting The First Amendment Despite Threatening To Sue Five Different Journalists
Michael Avenatti said he has been a friend to reporters and a contributor to the First Amendment in a tweet on Sunday, despite the fact he has repeatedly threatened news outlets and journalists for reporting on him.
21st Century Fox has announced that Suzanne Scott will be the new CEO of Fox News and Fox Business Network, making her the only female to currently run a news network.
Stormy Daniels' infamous attorney Michael Avenatti apparently threatened another reporter and publication with a lawsuit, this time targeting Law and Crime for running a piece analyzing his appearance at a court hearing in April.
Twenty-First Century Fox Executive Chairman Lachlan Murdoch will serve as chief executive and chairman of the new Fox after the sale of television and film properties to Walt Disney Co. go through, the company announced Wednesday.
Don Lemon's boyfriend decided to give his unprompted thoughts to The Daily Caller News Foundation about Monday night's interview with Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti and the state of journalism more broadly.
Cuckolding is getting the Hollywood treatment, or so it seems according to the official website for "Cuck: The Film", the latest from the production group Rimrock Pictures.
President Donald Trump has a remarkable ability to melt the brains of anyone still flabbergasted by his electoral victory a year and a half ago. The latest example comes after Irani Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini's stupid stunt of uploading a picture of himself reading Michael Wolff's discredited "Fire and Fury."
The New York Times seems destined to sink Gina Haspel's chances of becoming CIA director -- even if it means running op-eds by the wife of a radical Islamist.
The Washington Post was forced to issue a major correction over an editorial accusing the Charles Koch Foundation of having improper influence over the faculty of George Mason University's Mercatus Center, seemingly because its editorial board blindly took the tip from far-left Marxist activists.
A bombshell report came out Monday night in The New Yorker alleging a pattern of horrific abuse by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. As one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's right-hand men, can the public truly believe New York's governor had no idea about his attorney general's behavior?
The April-May weeks have been hard for NBC. Instead of just a singular misstep, recent incidents of lying, victim shaming, and a complete lack of editorial standards have demonstrated structural problems within one of the country's largest news networks.
Lawyers for Corey Lewandowski sent a letter to New York Magazine alleging that it is liable for the alleged "criminal acts" of a reporter who trespassed into Lewandowski's home in March of 2017, according to The Daily Mail.
Josh Earnest, previously a press secretary for former President Barack Obama, will serve as senior vice president and chief communications officer for United Airlines, the latest member of Obama's administration to cash out in corporate America.
President Donald Trump's rise to power will hit the silver screen in a film called "The Apprentice," according to The Hollywood Reporter.