Staffers are asking that New York Media management voluntarily recognize an editorial union.
Bloomberg told Radio Iowa that he may sell his company or end political coverage if he runs in 2020.
Coverage is irregular but tends to bubble up around big news stories, like Trump pulling out of the Paris climate deal.
Media executives want to capitalize on the new Democrat-controlled House — and Washington’s deep resentment of Big Tech.
“When you report fake news, which CNN does a lot, you are the enemy of the people,” Trump said at a press conference.
Republican incumbents and hopefuls love to get their message out to Fox’s huge audience — and also to the network’s most important viewer.
The media-friendly lawyer inserted himself into the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation — and he’s tired of getting any blame.
There are so many Trump rallies, and networks would rather not waste precious primetime hours if they can avoid it.
The major networks are planning to give Thursday’s hearing the kind of attention they gave James Comey’s testimony.
Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig from the Washington Post are working on a book. So is NBC’s Chuck Todd.
The Bannon PR shop is back, with a thirsty twist.
The Times Published An Anonymous Op-Ed From Someone Claiming To Be Part Of The "Resistance Inside The Trump Administration"
"We believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic," the author said.
Davis, Michael Cohen’s lawyer and spokesperson, said he also regrets lying about his involvement in the story on CNN last week.
Rated Red, the Nashville-based video brand, published digital video on topics like the outdoors, guns, and the military.
In the 1990s, as an entry-level opposition researcher, Avenatti once climbed aboard a moving train to get research to FedEx on time.
Kushner went around his New York Observer editors and told a software engineer to remove stories about his friends, like NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.
The writer, Mikhail Klikushin, was a holdover from the New York Observer’s Ken Kurson era.
"I don't think officials should be able to tell me things that I can't publish," Baquet said.
A socialist researcher with a big Twitter following boosted an immigration activism movement.
The local TV giant expects to release the streaming app this year, according to sources familiar with the project.