The smart thing about President Trump’s serious and sober speech is that he didn’t make it about him.
I was sitting on the set of “Outnumbered,” ad-libbing for an hour as Donald Trump landed in Washington yesterday, when the visual struck me.
Barack Obama is the president who aggressively went after the press for publishing leaks.
Donald Trump, on a war footing against the media, is now trying to discredit stories even before they air.
Donald Trump says his health care plan will provide “insurance for everybody.”
A consensus has emerged in the media—which, as we know, never get it wrong—that Donald Trump has squandered his transition.
In media mythology, the first 100 days is make-or-break time for a new president and an easily packaged time frame that is, of course, inherently arbitrary.
When you move beyond the flap of the moment—a CNN correspondent repeatedly interrupting the president-elect, Buzzfeed irresponsibly publishing unproven rumors—the news business is ...
For BuzzFeed to publish totally unsubstantiated allegations against Donald Trump—while saying “there is serious reason to doubt the allegations”—turns the practice of journalism on...
The selling of Jeff Sessions as attorney general began before his fellow senators began questioning him yesterday.