Washington Times reporter assaulted by anarchist thugs

In another sign of the surreal nature of today’s anti-Trump protests, a reporter was assaulted earlier this morning for no reason other than walking past a gang of anarchist thugs. Read all »

Montel Williams: Obama not responsible for Chicago violence

Saying that Obama is no more responsible for Chicago’s violence than George W. Bush was for New Haven’s, talk host Montel Williams argued he nonetheless “made the attempt at” curtailing it. Read all »

‘KKK’ hecklers disrupt Sessions confirmation hearing

Two hecklers dressed in fake KKK garb disrupted today’s confirmation hearing for Senator Jeff Sessions, causing a brief delay as they were physically removed from the chamber. Read all »

Santelli confronts media over election: ‘I never saw you so unhappy!’

Accusing media figures of picking sides during the 2016 presidential election, CNBC’s Rick Santelli found himself in a testy exchange during this morning’s Meet The Press. Read all »

What the bleep? CNN accuses Monica Crowley of plagiarism

Bumping their exposé above updates on the Fort Lauderdale airport terror spree and other key stories, CNN has accused incoming Trump Administration appointee Monica Crowley of plagiarism. Read all »

CNN accused of altering Ft. Lauderdale terror suspect’s photo

Did CNN intentionally alter a photo of Fort Lauderdale terror suspect Esteban Santiago?

As social media users compare the original image with one used by the cable news outlet, that’s the allegation being made tonight. Read all »

O’Reilly: Trump means Republicans now ducking Fox appearances

With the American political landscape now turned upside-down, conventional wisdom has seemingly been flushed down the toilet, perhaps forever.

Our strange new world now has congressional Republicans ducking Fox News Channel appearances, according to Bill O’Reilly. Read all »

Dan Rather teaching ‘Truth in the News’ course

Raising eyebrows among some critics, former CBS anchor Dan Rather is now teaching an online course focused on ethics in journalism.

Called “Journalism & Finding the Truth in the News” and offered through Udemy, the class is aimed at both media career aspirants and the general public. Read all »

Social media erupts as Megyn moves to NBC

With supporters and detractors alike weighing in, Megyn Kelly’s unexpected move to NBC has lit up social media today. Move over, Mariah Carey! Read all »

Where 24/7 work emails can now be legally ignored

In a world where the line between life and work has become blurred, should workers have the right to disconnect in their off-hours?

With emails, texts and social media updates coming in at an overwhelming pace for many, France has passed a law allowing employees to ignore messages that arrive outside of the regular workday. The idea is to cut back on the growing volume of unpaid work that has slowly crept into daily life. Read all »

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