Brian Stelter

President Trump's relationship with Fox News is unprecedented. His March 17 tweets prove it.

On March 17, President Donald Trump defended two of Fox's right-wing opinion shows and criticized three of the network's news anchors.

'News deserts' leave voters hungry for news and information ahead of midterms

Americans living in "news deserts" with few or no local news outlets may be in a bind now that it's time to vote in the midterm elections. Fewer and fewer reporters are employed by the papers that typically cover community and state-level races.

Sinclair responds to criticism of media-bashing promos

Critics are calling Sinclair's promos pro-President Donald Trump propaganda.

Sinclair's new media-bashing promos rankle local anchors

"This is so manipulative." That's an anchor at a local TV station owned by Sinclair, describing the company's latest mandate, a promotional campaign that sounds like pro-Trump propaganda.

President Trump's love-hate relationship with the (not) 'failing' New York Times

As a native New Yorker, Donald Trump has been reading the New York Times for decades.

Fox's pro-Trump hosts are working overtime to discredit Robert Mueller

What's President Trump hearing when he watches Fox News? He's hearing that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is "illegitimate and corrupt." That it's led by a "band of merry Trump-haters" who are trying to reverse the results of the e

CNN to study drone use for reporting

Seeking to speed up government rule-making about the use of drones in newsgathering, CNN and the Georgia Institute of Technology said that they would jointly study how to operate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) safely and effectively.

What AT&T-DirecTV deal means for consumers

In the short term, AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV is unlikely to affect either company's customers. But the long term is another story.

Get ready for 'over-the-top' TV

[Commentary] The future looks like a mash-up of these two modes of viewing -- a bundle of channels that are streamed via the Internet to any and every screen.