During her show, Fox News host Laura Ingraham lightheartedly brushed off criticism of the first lady's choice of jacket, calling the media’s coverage “mean girl treatment.”
Kim Kardashian sat down with CNN's Van Jones to share juicy details of her highly publicized visit to the White House.
There's great irony in Trump crying double standard over Samantha Bee's use of a vulgar word.
Janet Mock just sat down with Wendy Williams to discuss Mock’s 2015 interview with Morgan Freeman. She says that Freeman didn't care about what she had to say, but rather looked at her legs the entire time.
It’s obvious that Donald Trump has created an atmosphere in which anyone can say any appalling thing anyone wants, without fear of reprisal.
Diamond and Silk visited Washington yesterday to participate in the House Judiciary Committee hearing titled “Filtering Practices of Social Media Platforms,” and they created quite the storm, yelling at members of Congress.
He wants to talk about "truth, lies, and leadership," and most of the time he's just forced to say the phrase "pee tape" over and over again.
CNN host Ana Cabrera gave Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg a bit of a grilling — by CNN’s standards — over the weekend, telling the high school student that many have called him a bully over the boycott he launched against Laura Ingraham. “Some people are calling you a bully,” Cabrera told Hogg before reading a quote from conservative commentator Erick Erickson, who accused the teenager of bullying the Fox News host for not accepting her apology. “What do you say to that?” Cabrera asked Hogg.
Lawyers for Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen tore up CNN Monday evening just hours after news broke that Daniels would sue Cohen for defamation. What kind of man this is?” asked Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti. "Your friend is a thug."
After CNN president Jeff Zucker called Fox News "a pure propaganda machine," Fox News' Tucker Carlson dubbed Zucker "an agent of foreign governments." Sean Hannity called him "the king of porn" for CNN's coverage of Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook's handling of the data breach, says he'll testify before Congress, and addresses election meddling.
Oprah Winfrey may never try to be president, but she shared her advice for anyone running for office — and what she told the students behind "March for Our Lives" about winning.
CNN'S Chris Cuomo confronted Texas Sen. Ted Cruz about a jingle his campaign released that mocks his Democratic rival, Beto O'Rourke.
As a demonstration of everything TV news does right and does wrong, it's hard to beat the media-storm created by former Trump campaign adviser Sam Nunberg on Monday.
A survivor of the massacre as Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is accusing CNN of giving him scripted questions during Wednesday night’s town hall on gun violence. Colton Haab told Miami’s local WPLG-TV that the network refused to allow him to raise his idea that schools consider employing U.S. military veterans as armed security guards and instead offered him canned questions.
How exhilarating and novel it is to be reminded that there are a lot of young people who will inherit this country and be fully capable of taking on that great challenge.
President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech was too long and not conciliatory, and he read it slowly and carefully, like the guy who is subbing for the company CEO.
President Trump’s speech in Arizona on Tuesday night was broadcast by the enemy: Trump devoted almost half of his roughly 70-minute campaign rally to attacking the news organizations who were dutifully reporting his attacks on them. As usual, CNN was doing itself no favors with its viewing audience by positioning Lemon as a news anchor reporting on an event while also editorializing incessantly.
All three broadcast networks and every major cable news outlet disrupted their normal schedules to televise the O.J. Simpson parole hearing held in Nevada on Thursday.
On CNN, anchor Don Lemon had to lay down the law on political commentators Mike Shields and Neera Tanden when the two kept talking over each other.