On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted an angry attack at Amazon and the Washington Post (both of which are owned by Jeff Bezos). Here's why he might be mad at the newspaper.
The tabloid is defined by its predatory spirit. Why has it embraced the President with such sycophantic zeal?
Vice reporter Evan McMorris-Santoro went to Cedar Rapids, IA and sat outside Trump's campaign rally to find out why the media is so polarizing.
When Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders went after CNN during Tuesday's press briefing, White House reporter Brian Karem pushed back — forcefully.
It is an industry like no other, with profit margins to rival Google – and it was created by one of Britain’s most notorious tycoons: Robert Maxwell.
We don’t yet know to what extent Donald Trump will succeed in remaking the United States, but his candidacy and presidency are already remaking American journalism.
The social headline. You know what we're talking about: "You Won't Believe What Happened Next"; "10 Stunning Photos That Will Melt Your Heart"; etc. They're all over your Facebook feed, and they're there because they work.
The most popular news channel in the Arab world sits uneasily at the center of the Qatar crisis.
"Super Teen," "Tiger Beat," "Bop," "16." From the 1960s to the 1990s, these glossy, primary-colored magazines sold hundreds of thousands of copies each month and provided gleefully superficial insight into the non-threatening sex symbols of their respective eras.
If you generally find yourself waiting for a military coup or an illegal power grab to declare a state has lost its democratic roots, we have bad news for you.
The Guardian's US newsroom didn't become the voice of the Bernie left during the election. It didn't break huge campaign scoops. Years after winning a Pulitzer for the Edward Snowden story, Guardian US has slashed costs, leaving employees stewing about mismanagement, infighting, a sexual harassment allegation, and unrealistic business expectations.
A "breatharian" couple sold their story to tabloids, and now nutritionists and media critics are mad.
This footage genuinely played live on air during their ten o'clock broadcast.
Our fear of nuclear conflict has more to do with Iron Man and Godzilla than it does Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
You may hate Upworthy's headlines. But they work. By the end of 2013, at least two news outlets said Upworthy was the fastest-growing media site of all time. But around November 2013, everything changed.
He's refused to appear on camera, he's rumored to be on his way out as press secretary and Steve Bannon is making fat jokes about him. What is happening?
News outlets are complaining about Facebook’s terms for TV-quality videos meant to compete with YouTube.
How America's wonkiest anchor cut through the chaos of the Trump administration and became the most trusted name in news.
Trump has been good business for the media mogul, but their association goes back decades and stems from one thing: "These men value only power."
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