Former pollster for the Clinton White House and chief strategist for Hillary Clinton's Senate campaigns, Mark Penn, disputed President Trump's low poll numbers Thursday, arguing they do not incorporate approval of his individual policies.
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The media's coverage of President Donald Trump's first 100 days was overwhelmingly more negative than the three previous administrations, according to Pew Research Center data.
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Fox News Channel's Bret Baier gave pointed lessons in honest journalism and covering the Trump-Russia investigation in a one-on-one interview Friday with The Atlantic's Mickay Coppins.
The tragic shooting at Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday has yet again sparked a national "discussion" of gun control and it's efficacy.
Politico published a piece fraught with contradictions and corrections on the federal government's response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
In the wake of the largest mass murder in American history, an opinion piece at The Washington Post focused its ire on the "lone wolf" label given to white men that commit acts of terror as a way for them to avoid any blame.
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A top legal executive at CBS was fired Monday for comments she made on a Facebook post that was first reported by The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Reporting from Puerto Rico, Geraldo Rivera is challenging the media's narrative of a lackluster response by the Trump administration to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
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In a bizarre twist in the Russia-Trump collusion narrative, Russia's media and communications regulator accused CNN International of violating Russian law, and CNN is fighting back.
CNN's Brian Stelter accused President Donald Trump of lying Thursday after his taped appearance on "Fox & Friends," where the president claimed that GOP Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi was in the hospital and unable to vote for a health care repeal bill.
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The media is awash with headlines declaring the U.S. response to Puerto Rico a "Katrina Moment" for President Donald Trump, but the narrative completely ignores the facts on the ground.
The New York Times published an opinion piece Tuesday outlining the advancements women made under the Communist leadership of Mao Zedong, the world's most prolific mass murderer of the 20th century.
The media has taken aim at President Donald Trump for his "muted" response to the devastation left behind by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. But Maria exposed much deeper problems in the longtime U.S. territory, hampering relief efforts.
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In what seems like a winning issue for President Donald Trump, the establishment media diverted the discussion of the president's criticisms of both the NFL and NBA to one about racism, with scant evidence regarding his motives.