American Affairs, according to the editor, aims to fill the void left by conservatives who spent more time opposing Trump than examining the issues that secured him the presidency.
The Fox News host said on "Fox & Friends" that he couldn't respond to Waters' comments on the House floor because he was distracted by her "James Brown wig."
The announcements are a popular weekend read, but they also draw criticism and satire because so many of the couples appear to be so perfect.
The aftermath of the health care battle in Washington. What’s next?
Part of the debate Thursday was over whether to get rid of a requirement that all insurance policies cover pregnancy, maternity and newborn care.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans shares some of his picks, including "Chewing Gum" on Netflix and "National Treasure" on Hulu.
COMMENTARY: Scientists argue that The Washington Post and The New York Times should not have published paid ads on climate change that present as "fact" statements that directly contradict scientific consensus.
Fox News and the Independent Journal Review are distancing themselves from employees who peddled unsubstantiated conspiracy theories.
Journalist Kurt Eichenwald, who is epileptic, opened an animated GIF sent to him on Twitter by an anonymous account and suffered a seizure.
Reporter Jon Kalish calls the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who died Sunday at the age of 88, "the tabloid voice of the little guy."
President Trump on Thursday recited the proverb to "stand together with our Irish friends." But many have pointed out it comes from a Nigerian poet.
The stand-up comedian makes his long-awaited return this month with two new Netflix specials.
The film is a change of pace for screenwriter and producer James Gunn, who’s best known for the hit 2014 film “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Some media watchers are criticizing the way MSNBC's Rachel Maddow framed the news about President Trump's leaked 2005 tax returns.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with a history professor about how Hollywood's fascination with Russia often reflects American culture.
The new White House press corps. Along with the regulars, there are more right wing reporters. We’ll look at why it matters.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans tells us more about the new season, and how the show reflects America’s current relationship with Russia.
What’s cookin’? Sam Sifton and Melissa Clark of the New York Times open the recipe box.
"Water & Power: A California Heist" looks at how heedless groundwater tapping and secret deals put the state's water supply in peril.
WikiLeaks strikes again. This time revealing CIA hacking secrets. We’ll unpack the latest developments and consider -- is privacy dead?