Some “tips” for all the reporters out there: When you’re interviewing a kid right after he escaped a horrendous school shooting where people he knew probably died, and he is describing what happened to you, maybe don’t ask him, “How terrifying was that?”
Bari Weiss, everyone’s favorite New York Times op-ed columnist, had a real head-scratcher today.
Grammys host James Corden has already said there is no reason for him to be hosting the Grammys, and he proved it in just 36 seconds tonight with this extremely “no” attempt at humor with Jay-Z.
Part 1: CNN books a guest, Elizabeth Beck, who deposed Donald Trump one time seven years ago and thus is a huge expert on...the Russia investigation?
Megyn Kelly, of Megyn Kelly Today, has been in the news recently for the truly wild attack she leveled at Jane Fonda. In case you missed it, Fonda took a mild jab at Kelly for haranguing her about her face lift and Kelly responded by virtually foaming at the mouth about how Fonda was a traitor to America.
The president of the United States is a huge white supremacist, but luckily our media is there to keep him in check—by obsessively congratulating itself for quoting him accurately.
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The Golden Globes saw a lot of powerful and moving speeches by women about our current, freighted cultural moment. (That Oprah speech, OMFG.) The men of the Golden Globes, meanwhile, appeared to think that wearing a #TimesUp pin meant they could completely ignore the cascading revelations of sexual abuse that have…
Now that the GOP’s terrible tax bill is about to become law, it’s obvious what Democrats have to do: steal a page from Republicans and vow to repeal every line of it and replace it with something better.
Hey, look at this!
From, where else, a dumb Axios piece about Trump’s policies co-written with Jim VandeHei (h/t Drew Harwell):
Let’s just remind ourselves what is happening in this “funny” Netflix tweet:
Hours after Matt Lauer was fired by NBC News for unspecified sexual misconduct, Variety published a story rife with detailed and disturbing claims about Lauer’s alleged harassment and abuse of women at the Today show.
After John Kelly decided to share his fun views on the history of the Civil War, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders weighed in with her own take on the issue during Tuesday’s press briefing. How did that all go?
By now you will probably have seen White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s predictably bad take on the Civil War.
In the past few days, you may have seen Ronan Farrow all over NBC News programs talking about his bombshell New Yorker investigation into Harvey Weinstein. Farrow has been on Today, talked to Rachel Maddow, and even braved the horrors of Morning Joe to discuss his work.