New York Times

Fatigued by the News? Experts Suggest How to Adjust Your Media Diet

Experts said they had not seen data to conclude that consumers had changed their habits to protect their mental health, but added that the news ecosystem had changed drastically over the past five years, accelerating the sense of information overl

In Trump’s Early Days, News Media Finds Competing Narratives

During his first 11 days in office, President Donald Trump has provided news outlets with plenty of material, at all hours of the morning and night.

Live From the White House, It’s Trump TV

[Commentary] Donald Trump is not just a President who is unusually obsessed with media. He is an aspiring media mogul who happens to be president.

‘Up Is Down’: Trump’s Unreality Show Echoes His Business Past

As a businessman, Donald J. Trump was a serial fabulist whose biggest-best boasts about everything he touched routinely crumbled under the slightest scrutiny.

How to Save CNN From Itself

[Commentary] A healthy democracy needs trusted news sources to which all citizens can turn.

Felony Charges for Journalists Arrested at Inauguration Protests Raise Fears for Press Freedom

At least six journalists were charged with felony rioting after they were arrested while covering the violent protests that took place just blocks from President Donald Trump’s inauguration parade in Washington on Jan 20.

Don’t Expect the First Amendment to Protect the Media

[Commentary] When President Donald Trump declared that reporters are “among the most dishonest human beings on earth,” it was not the first time he had disparaged the press.

Sean Spicer, Trump’s Press Secretary, Reboots His Relationship With the Press

The Trump White House sent a message to the media: Be nice.

Sprint buys a Third of Jay Z's Tidal Streaming Serivce

Tidal, the struggling streaming-music service controlled by Jay Z, has sold a one-third stake in its company to Sprint.