Among the many consequences of Donald Trump's ascendancy in modern American politics is a renewed and deepened hostility for the press, not only among his far-right base, but within the general electorate.
In recent decades, trust in media has plummeted from a high of 72% who had a great deal or fair amount of trust in 1976, thanks in large ...Read more
It was arguably the line of the night. And in case you happened to miss it, Sen. Elizabeth Warren wanted to make sure she emphasized its significance, so she tweeted it after.
"I genuinely do not understand why anyone would go to all the trouble of running for president just to get up on this stage and talk about what's not possible." Warren ...Read more
To a journalist, there's no graver sin than censorship.
As playwright Eugene O'Neill once said, "Censorship of anything, at any time, in any place, on whatever pretense, has always been and will always be the last resort of the boob and the bigot."
This week, one of the largest owners and distributors of AM and FM radio is being accused of ...Read more
When we talk about people or a party being on the wrong side of history, it usually requires some hindsight, a position of informed advantage to see clearly missteps that were less clear at the time of events.
Not so now, with today's modern Republican Party and its utter cowardice and complacency. We will not need half a century or even a ...Read more
Politics and celebrity -- increasingly synonymous -- seem to corrupt everything these days. So it should come as no surprise that they are also infecting and trivializing one of the worst individual cases of alleged sexual abuse.
The details couldn't be more unsettling. Hundreds, maybe even thousands of photos of nude and partially nude women ...Read more
The first of the 2020 Democratic debates are upon us. With two installments over two nights, featuring some candidates many Americans likely haven't ever heard of, the performances are intended to whittle the field, but may only overwhelm and confuse voters further. Whoever emerges better off or worse, we'll leave with some important takeaways. ...Read more
With 24 Democrats running for president, there's an unending inundation of polls, platforms, policies and platitudes to keep track of.
National polls tell one picture, but not the whole picture or even a useful one this early. We learn a little through national press coverage -- increasingly less about a candidate's authenticity or policy ...Read more
Just put it on the towering pile of scripts even the writers of "Veep" would have rejected as too absurd. But it's shockingly, appallingly, real.
See if you can follow this.
On Tuesday morning, the president's national security adviser, John Bolton, announces North Korea is one of five countries he believes are actively spreading ...Read more
This year we confront and remember two very important days in our history: the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. They are connected by a common thread: service and sacrifice.
On June 6, 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France, with the support of more than 5,000 ships ...Read more
S.E. Cupp is not filing a column this week.
One coffee, black, hold the politics: Companies are coming to terms with how much activism customers want with their brands; it's a hard line to draw.
How would you like your coffee -- milk, sugar and a side of politics?
In an era when it seems impossible to divorce politics from everything else, Dunkin' Brands, the parent company of Dunkin' ...Read more