How Trump Took Over the Media By Fighting It

No matter who claims the presidency on November 8, the 2016 election was a story about one human being's domination of the media.

Donald Trump leaves the press behind, again

Once again, Donald Trump left his traveling press pool behind while on the campaign trail.

FBI never asked Clinton aides for all their devices

The FBI never asked Hillary Clinton's top aides to turn over all the computers and smartphones they used while Clinton was secretary of state, an omission that is now triggering questions from Republican lawmakers.

Sunlight Foundation hands off data tools to ProPublica, The Marshall Project

ProPublica and The Marshall Project have stepped forward to assume control over several data tools from The Sunlight Foundation’s data tools division in an effort to maintain and update the research and analytical tools that Sunlight, an open gove

NYT executive editor: CNN and Fox News are 'bad for democracy'

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet took aim at CNN and Fox News for their coverage of the presidential race, calling the cable news channels' coverage of this election cycle “ridiculous” and “bad for democracy and those institutions.” “Th

Clinton ally's advice: Meet with NYT publisher to try to improve coverage

In July 2015, Hillary Clinton ally Neera Tanden, who is head of the progressive think tank the Center for American Progress, passed along advice that Hillary Clinton should try to set up a meeting with The New York Times publisher, Arthur Sulzberg

Trump: ‘I have no interest in Trump TV’

Donald Trump pushed back against rumors that he has been looking into launching a media venture, telling a Cincinnati (OH) radio station that he only had “one interest” — winning the presidential election on Nov 8.

What’s Next for FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn?

Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn’s summer pursuits are fueling speculation about whether she's eyeing an eventual run for her father's seat in Congress.

Pallante Resigns

Register of Copyrights Maria Pallante submitted her resignation to Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, a Library spokesperson confirmed.

Breitbart coordinated with liberal activist and organizer who disrupted GOP primary campaign events

Apparently, Aaron Black, an associate with Democracy Partners and a former Occupy Wall Street organizer, coordinated with reporters from the conservative news site Breitbart during the primaries to cover his disruptions of events for candidates su