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‘Such a coward’: Soledad O’Brien levels Marco Rubio for weaseling out of condemning Trump over Navy SEAL insult
Journalist Soledad O’Brien, the CEO of Starfish Media Group, on Monday took aim at Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) after he declined to criticize President Donald Trump for insulting a former Navy SEAL who is
Pandora Premium arrives on Echo and other Alexa devices
Pandora Premium is finally available on Echo devices. The streaming music company this morning announced its top-level paid subscription tier will launch across Alexa-powered devices, including the
BuzzFeed News launches a paid membership program (and yes, there’s a tote bag)
BuzzFeed News is giving readers a new way to support its journalism — by paying a monthly or yearly fee. BuzzFeed might not seem like the most obvious publication to ask readers for financial support,
Facebook donates £4.5 million to help train UK newspaper reporters
Facebook is extending another olive branch to the news industry in the form of a £4.5 million ($5.8 million) donation to subsidize 80 trainee journalists at local newspapers in the UK. It's the first
White House Correspondents Dinner Hires Historian, Not Comedian, as 2019 Speaker
The White House Correspondents' Association announced author Ron Chernow will be the featured speaker at its 2019 dinner, breaking with the tradition of featuring a comedian at the annual event.
Former Facebook Security Chief Alex Stamos: 'Yes, Facebook Made Mistakes... but We Weren’t the Only Ones'
Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos wrote an article for the Washington Post, Saturday, titled "Yes, Facebook made mistakes in 2016. But we weren’t the only ones."
CNN's Carl Bernstein: Media Should Not Air 'Propaganda' Trump Press Events; Should 'Edit'
CNN commentator Carl Bernstein said on air Sunday that media outlets should not air President Trump's full press events but should, instead, show edited portions to viewers.
CNN Requests Emergency Hearing After Trump Warns Acosta's Press Pass in Jeopardy Again
CNN host Brian Stelter reports that the White House may once again revoke White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press credential after a judge ruled to reinstate the "hard pass" last week. The
Bad writing can still keep readers gripped | Brief letters
Andrew Neil | Hadrian’s Wall | Dan Brown | Lady Bracknell | Fall in house pricesI don’t know which is the sadder comment about the BBC – the Trumpian misogynistic 3am tweet about prize-winning
Nolte: Poll Shows CNN's Jake Tapper Is America's Most Distrusted 'Journalist'
A Morning Consult poll shows CNN's Jake Tapper is the most mistrusted journalist in America.
'These walls have seen many things': Annabel’s artefacts go under hammer
Showbusiness stars expected to bid for artwork and furnishings from renowned London clubCelebrities and minor royals are expected to go head to head at Christie’s auction house on Tuesday in the hope
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Instagram will start removing fake likes, follows, and comments generated by apps
Instagram is taking aim at apps that generate fake likes or comments in order to make certain accounts and posts appear more popular than they actually are.
Google Chromecast can now sync music with Home speakers
Chromecast that plug into televisions can now be part of audio groups that include Home speakers to play music, podcasts, or audiobooks.
Lexus Lets Artificial Intelligence Write Car Commercial, Mild Weirdness Ensues
Automakers are obsessed with promoting high-tech concepts in an effort to prove to investors and the general public that they aren’t falling behind the times. While artificial intelligence remains the
Facebook Details How It Will Penalize 'Borderline Provocative' Content
In a lengthy post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed common concerns and detailed his plans for Facebook in the near future, which included penalizing "borderline" provocative content and
Michelle Wolf Calls White House Correspondents' Association 'Cowards'
Comedian Michelle Wolf blasted the White House Correspondents' Association as "cowards" Monday, following their decision to not invite a comedian to the next correspondents' dinner.
White House Reinstates Jim Acosta's Press Pass, CNN Dropping Lawsuit
CNN announced Monday that the White House has reinstated correspondent Jim Acosta's "hard pass," prompting the news network to drop its lawsuit against the administration over the reporter's temporary
Jim Acosta Immediately Decks White House Intern After Being Let Back Into Press Pool
Have a Negative Opinion of News Media? You’re Less Likely to Spot Fake News, Study Shows
Whether or not you have a college degree also matters.
White House backs down and reverses plan to revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass for second time: report
The White House has reportedly reversed a plan to revoke a CNN correspondent’s press credentials for a second time. On Monday, CNN revealed that the White House had a plan to once again revoke Jim