NEW YORK — CNN fought back against President Donald Trump on Monday with a lengthy video showing its reporters in dangerous situations and Wolf Blitzer saying that despite the insults, “even the loudest critics can’t silence the facts.”
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By David Bauder THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK — The rapid defection of advertisers this week from Bill O’Reilly’s show because of sexual harassment allegations raises what once seemed an unthinkable question: Can O’Reilly survive at Fox News Channel?
NEW YORK — Fox News’ Chris Wallace worked hard to keep the final presidential debate substantive with tough questions to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but it was the simplest of queries that extracted the biggest headline.
CBS News’ Scott Pelley was succinct: “Bernie Sanders heals the breach.”
That was his analysis after Sanders’ speech to the Democratic National Convention on Monday, after a raucous first day filled with restive supporters of the Vermont senator and the controversy over leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee. Pelley’s words were largely echoed by the pundit class.
NEW YORK — Al-Jazeera America, which couldn’t attract an audience to another cable news network in the United States, signs off Tuesday night following a three-hour live farewell designed to highlight its work since a 2013 launch.
NEW YORK Is Fox News Channel overplaying its hand or skillfully playing to its brand in dealing with Donald Trump?
The GOP presidential front-runner has dropped out of Thursday night’s Republican debate following an escalating public relations battle triggered in part by his call for Fox to dump Megyn Kelly as one of the moderators.
Is there a winner in this dispute? A loser?
PASADENA, Calif. The Al Jazeera America cable news network said Wednesday it will shut down two and a half years after its launch, a victim of a rough business environment and political headwinds it could not conquer.
HBO claimed the hardware at the annual Emmy Awards. Viola Davis, Jon Hamm and Tracy Morgan captured the hearts.
NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s onscreen confrontation with Univision’s Jorge Ramos on Tuesday over the Republican presidential candidate’s immigration plan should only be a surprise to those who don’t know Ramos.