According to a new report, Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham, two actresses-turned-activists, forged a friendship over how much people hate the both of them.
In real time, as President Trump gave his State of the Union speech last month, the Times branded the president a liar over his claim that there is an “urgent national crisis” at our border.
One thing you can take to the bank is when Maggie Haberman plays ventriloquist to get a message out for Team Clinton.
Since last week, the news media has been busy churning out content echoing a talking point propagated during Congressional testimony by President Trump’s disgraced and disbarred attorney Michael Cohen claiming that Trump will not allow a peaceful transition if he loses the 2020 election.
The fake news industrial complex is at it again: The media predict, by and large just like they did in 2016, that President Donald Trump faces impending doom and has no chance to win re-election in the upcoming presidential election in 2020.
Democratic presidential contender Sen. Amy Klobuchar defended her treatment of staff to CNN: “I have kept expectations for myself that are very high. I’ve asked my staff to meet those same expectations.”
New York Times columnist Charles Blow argued on Thursday that Jussie Smollett “didn’t set race relations back” in America.
Journalists from the New York Times, Washington Post, and Bloomberg promoted a “completely fake” statistic “that doesn’t seem to exist” about sexism in technology this week.
Rapper 21 Savage said he will “fight” federal charges that he is unlawfully in the country, claiming he represents “poor black Americans.”
A New York Times’ article on the migrant caravans shows President Donald Trump’s border security reforms are successfully curbing the northward flow of migrants.