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Montana Republican Greg Gianforte Wins House Seat, Apologizes to Reporter — See the Video Now

GOP House candidate Greg Gianforte, who was charged with assaulting reporter Ben Jacobs on the eve of the Montana special election, apologized for his actions as he gave his victory speech. Here’s the video, posted by CNN …

Sean Hannity Goes On Vacation Amid Seth Rich Conspiracy Backlash, Advertiser Boycott

Sean Hannity is taking a break from his Fox News show, but it’s not because he’s being forced to. On Wednesday, the host of Hannity announced that he’s taking a short leave from the cable news show to go on vacation. “Uh oh My ANNUAL...Show More Summary

CNN and Liberal Media: Did Donald Trump Shove a Prime Minister?

The liberal media, CNN included, wondered if President Donald Trump was rude in allegedly shoving aside Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic at this week’s North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Brussels, Belgium. It’s another hypothetical anti-Trump news piece, where the media is trying to portray the president as rude and bellicose. Was it shove? […]

Washington Post’s New Video Series Takes Its Inspiration From the Haters

Don't read the comments is advice that many digital-age writers heed completely, but for the Washington Post opinion writers participating in WaPo's new, multiplatform video series, that's not an option. Not only are they reading and responding to the comments, they're doing it out loud, on film, in videos that will appear weekly. Different Opinion...

Legendary Rocker Gregg Allman Dies at 69

“Gregg Allman, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, the incendiary group that inspired and gave shape to both the Southern rock and jam-band movements, died on Saturday at his home in Savannah, Ga.,” reports The New York Times,...

TV Ratings Friday: Dateline gives NBC the win

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Friday, May 26,…

Immigrants Make America Great, Because Immigrants Made America

Immigrants make America great. Our railroads, our steel skyscrapers, our farming and beef industries were all built by immigrants. Some, like the Spanish cattle pioneer Simon de Arocha, became titans. Some, like the Chinese workers who built the transcontinental railroads, were all but silenced. Show More Summary

Mad Magazine Gets a Jump on the Jared Kushner News Cycle

As any and all who work in the long-lead-time production environment of print magazines know, sometimes you get lucky. A day before The Washington Post's big Friday scoop about Jared Kushner, The Washington Times previewed the next cover of Mad magazine. For the August issue, Mad editor in chief John Ficarra and co. have transformed...

Dateline is the Only Newsmagazine to Post Year-Over-Year Audience Growth

In the May 2017 sweeps period, Dateline posted its largest May win over ABC's 20/20 in 17 years.

WDAM Gets New News Director

Galean Stewart comes from Jackson, Mississippi.

It Was Just Revealed Snap Bought a Drones Startup, But That Doesn’t Mean It’s Getting Into Flying Robots

Can drones wear video-recording sunglasses? Perhaps that's a look we'll see in the future--or not. BuzzFeed News story reported on Friday evening that Snap bought Ctrl Me Robotics, a Los Angeles-based, drones-making startup. Variety then ran a story that said the acquisition occurred late last year. Both publications are characterizing the price tag as less...

We’ll Always Have This Hailey Baldwin Paris Photo

For two days in March, 20-year-old Hailey Baldwin and famed 73-year-old photographer Gilles Bensimon lit up the City of Lights. The results of their work, styled by Caroline Christiansson, adorn the cover and lead feature of Maxim magazine's annual "Hot 100" issue, scheduled to hit newsstands Tuesday May 30. It's important to note that except...

MSNBC Chief Extends His Deal as the Cable Net Celebrates Historic Ratings

The president of MSNBC, where the early days of the Trump administration have been good for ratings, isn’t going anywhere soon. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Phil Griffin just signed a new contract to stay on the job. MSNBC hasn’t...

Movie’s Gender-Exclusive Screenings Cause a Ruckus Online

A movie opening next week that is expected to be one of the summer’s blockbusters is at the center of an Internet frenzy after a theater in Texas announced that it will hold screenings exclusively for women. The theater chain...

Rock Band Cancels Show at Site of Terrorist Attack; Ariana Grande Responds to Attack

In the wake of a terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 people, the rock band KISS has canceled its scheduled May 30 concert at Manchester Arena, where the attack took place. Live Nation....

Company Says It’s Changing Its Marketing Strategy After Getting Backlash Over ‘Hannity’ Decision

One company that has become caught up in the controversy swirling around the Fox News show “Hannity” indicated it will change its marketing approach moving forward. “Financial services firm USAA, facing a backlash to its decision to pull advertising from...

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