Erik Prince, the founder of private military contractor Blackwater and an adviser to Donald Trump, is suing The Intercept over an article published in April that accused him of attempting to offer military services to a Russian military contractor connected to the Russian government.
The podcast built a loyal audience. So did its hosts. But in the past month, the "Call Her Daddy" empire has tumbled, exposing the inevitable issues media companies face when their star employees morph into powerful influencers.
The New York Times dramatically illustrated the enormity of the economic downturn on their front page Saturday, showing how job losses in the United States from April were the worst since The Great Depression with this stunning infographic.
Rather than dominating the news cycle, former Senate staffer Tara Reade's recent allegation that former Vice President Joe Biden sexually assaulted her has been slow to receive coverage in many outlets.
Ever since Jordan took his place at the top of the NBA, basketball fans have been clamoring for a successor. A few players have come close, but many — and we mean many — have had to deal with the moniker.
Financial Times reporter Mark Di Stefano allegedly spied on Zoom meetings at rival newspapers to get scoops on staff cuts and furloughs due to the coronavirus pandemic — and did a comically bad job of covering his tracks.
The upstart cable network beat the Big Three in reporting on the 1981 assassination attempt, though it —along with its broadcast rivals — made a major mistake amid the studio chaos, an early sign of the perils of breaking news on TV.
On Twitter Sunday, Donald Trump said journalists investigating his administration should have their "Noble" prizes given back. CNN TV journalist Don Lemon's response to that is what we're all feeling at this point.
It would seem that a good way to earn a powerful rebuke on the front page your state's largest newspaper is to suggest that your city act as a "control group" for the effects of reopening in a pandemic.
There's much about the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak that scientists are still trying to discover. But animosity between the United States and China — and a bellicose American president — have made it harder to find the truth.
The Fox Business Network announced on Friday that it had parted ways with Trish Regan, the conservative news host who ignited controversy earlier this month when she dismissed the coronavirus pandemic as a conspiracy to throw President Trump out of office.