The networks failed to devote significant coverage to climate-related policies, but they still found the time to uncritically air climate denial.
It never occurs to us that we've come to appear much like the devils that we ourselves fear.
Hedges elaborates on why airtime for these “dissident voices” is more crucial than ever before.
We should be able to get reporters to do their jobs and report budget numbers in a way that means something to their audience.
Jeremy Bash: "The job of the committee is to do oversight over the executive branch," not political cover for the president's tweet storm.
It's not that good journalists aren't out there, they just don't get published.
What J-School never taught you.
Trump’s executive order would be designed to “have the same basic policy outcome” as Trump’s original rejected Muslim ban.
If Trump cracks down on journalists, there might be less uproar than you'd think.
“Whether it’s the Obama administration or the Trump administration, the government should not be able to keep its rules for spying on journalists without a court order secret.”