Hillary Clinton may not look like she’s sweating, but according to National Journal senior political correspondent Ron Fournier she should be, based on the latest Quinnipiac poll: She is sweating, or at least she should be sweating, You look inside that poll—53 percent of Americans don’t trust her. Now, with that kind of number either […]
Washington Post political correspondent Chris Cillizza spent way too much time claiming the personal political views of David Letterman were some kind of mystery. The headline was "Is David Letterman liberal? It's surprisingly hard to say." No. Show More Summary
Kasie Hunt, MSNBC political correspondent, talks with Steve Kornacki about whether Republicans will be able to turn their questions about Hillary Clinton and...
After leaks to the news media, awkward correspondence and a parliamentary investigation, Berlin and Washington are at loggerheads over secret service activities, and not for the first time.
On Monday, New York Times national political correspondent Jonathan Martin took a dig at Republicans and their distaste of Hillary Clinton’s silence toward media by tweeting the following: "All the Rs mounting a high horse now about press access & Hillary will side w/the press when an R candidate starts dodging press, right?"
(Image via Deposit Photo) Shane Goldmacher, the senior political correspondent for National Journal, has a “totally selfish reason” for covering campaign finance that has little to do with high-minded notions of holding people to account. No,...Show More Summary
Listen to this companion podcast on SiriusXM POTUS 124. As the White House Correspondents' Dinner reliably demonstrates, performance is the new politics. By tapping comedy, drama and other forms of storytelling influencers can access...Show More Summary
Donald Neff, a journalist and author who covered international news from Vietnam to Israel for Time and wrote acclaimed books about political and military strife in the Middle East, died May 10 at a nursing center in York, Pa. He was 84.Read full article >>
Talking to Bloomberg Politics correspondent Joshua Green on Wednesday, Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer said he was "really quite stunned" by the revelation that ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos gave $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation. Schweizer called it a "massive breach of ethical standards" for the Bill Clinton operative turned journalist.
While the 2016 GOP field has been characterized by its resemblance to a clown car on methamphetamines, the corresponding Democratic field has been disappointingly small, and, to date, as boring as a race between a political juggernaut and a self-identified socialist from Vermont can be. No longer. Read more...
CNN’s Gloria Borger joined me in the second hour of today’s program: Audio: 05-13hhs-borger Transcript: HH: So pleased to welcome for the first time to the program Gloria Borger, CNN’s chief political correspondent, I see her often on The Lead and on the Situation Room in my show prep. Show More Summary
On Monday afternoon, Bloomberg Politics editor and MSNBC senior burrito correspondent Mark Halperin apologized for an interview two weeks ago in which he ham-handedly quizzed Senator and 2016 presidential hopeful Ted Cruz (R-TX) on his Cuban heritage.
Murray Waas is joining IBT Media as senior investigative reporter, focusing on business and politics. Waas worked as an investigative editor for Vice, an investigative reporter for Reuters and as a national correspondent for National...Show More Summary
President Obama and his "anger translator" Keegan-Michael Key, disrupting the social order. Ancient Roman society had a special holiday each December called Saturnalia. Part Halloween, part Mardi Gras, and part April Fools, this holiday...Show More Summary
CQ has brought Catalina Camia on board to lead their Money and Influence team, announced VP and News Director CQ Roll Call Steven Komarow. Camia, who previously served as a national political correspondent for USA TODAY and anchor of its OnPolitics blog, has had a great deal of experience in the national politics beat. Show More Summary
Love him or hate him, you have to respect Jon Stewart. The stand-up comedian turned late night voice for a political generation is known for calling out news organizations, political leaders and celebrities on Comedy Central's The Daily Show. Show More Summary
Much of the dysfunction that now poses a threat to our government is ultimately about money, and the media it buys. "Don't do it!" Stories, whether torn from history or made from whole cloth, can make us want to shout that. Don't open that door at the top of the stairs. Show More Summary
From Sasha Frere-Jones’ exodus from The New Yorker to join the super-bros at RapGenius, to yesterday’s news that one of CNN’s top political correspondents had bolted for Snapchat, all the cool journalists are joining tech startups. This...Show More Summary
I was at the White House Correspondence Association Dinner this weekend. As you can probably imagine, it is a fairly ridiculous affair, with celebrities, political celebrities, hangers on and one massive ballroom jammed so tight with tables that you literally have a hard time backing your seat out even to stand up. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, the "nerd prom," a.k.a. the White House Correspondents' Dinner, took place in Washington, D.C. and fun was had by all. However, social media was abuzz about how the political bigwigs and Hollywood elite were winingShow More Summary