It hasn’t been a great few days for Donald Trump. And it doesn’t seem to matter.
A journalist took to Twitter to demand a boycott of Trump’s businesses. And he’s not just some columnist or commentator. He’s the executive editor of the Daily Beast.
There is something about this debate on Syrian refugees that is tapping a deep emotional chord—and bursts of bias—among journalists.
Hillary Clinton gave her commander-in-chief speech yesterday.
Gawker, the website that devoted itself to gossip, sometimes of the mean-spirited variety, now plans to devote itself to politics.
There comes a point in every presidential campaign where the media stop fooling around and impose the commander-in-chief test.
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When a politician engages in inflammatory rhetoric, his aides often try to walk it back, tone it down, claim things were taken out of context, followed by a terse regret-if-anyone-...
It was 5 a.m. in Milwaukee, after a late night of debating, when Marco Rubio walked into a hotel ballroom, impeccably dressed and betraying no sign of fatigue.
Donald Trump didn’t dominate the Milwaukee debate. In fact, he disappeared for long stretches.