‘And we will all pay the price for a long time’
‘False and Dishonest reporting’
Ross has a long history of being fake news.
Network never published interview, now says despite inconsistencies that she’s the same woman who recanted Monday
Network’s investigative reporter says shooter might be a tea party member, based on Facebook research
‘He came to her and said, “I want to stay married to you and still have an affair with Calista,” his current wife’
Brian Ross dashed after Bachmann, asking her if she has missed a House vote because of migraines
Notwithstanding the Obama campaign’s denials, I personally witnessed Obama worshipping at Jeremiah Wright’s church in July 2007
Coverage of allegations, of a fight, of name-calling, is more salacious than coverage of a boring old GAO report, right? But is it responsible journalism? Facts may not be as interesting as name-calling, but they are what the public deserves to know
At least 36 swimming coaches have been banned for life by the USA Swimming organization over the last 10 years because of sexual misconduct with teenagers they coached
The secrecy surrounding Eric Massa’s recent resignation sounds eerily familiar to 2006, when, as a House GOP leadership staffer, I watched the Mark Foley scandal unfold from the inside
On Nov. 23, 1986, CBS’s “60 Minutes” broadcast a 17-minute segment, “Out of Control,” about a rash of reports of a “sudden unintended acceleration” problem with the Audi 5000. It was presented by correspondent Ed Bradley, a man who now stands in the annals of TV journalism as a revered and legendary figure.
Accountability is still lacking over the Christmas Day airline bombing attempt.
President Obama—to his credit—publicly accepted his obvious responsibility for security lapses. But he did not admit any personal mistakes. He declined to discipline his team members, saying he would not “pass out blame.” But he permitted only an internal review; others have not been given a chance to examine events in full.