The official Fox News account on Twitter has been silent for days, reportedly in protest at the platform’s slow response to content which the network says put host Tucker Carlson’s family in danger last week.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld came to promote his solitaire app, but when Stephen Colbert craftily brought up the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Rumsfeld’s remarks left ‘The Late Show’ host and many others saying “Wow.”
In a unanimous decision, the Republican National Committee officially voted to cancel NBC News as the moderator for the Super Tuesday presidential primary debate. Instead, CNN and three other media companies will host the February 26 event.
Documented misconduct of Chicago police dating back decades is not publicly available, but after police officials said they planned to destroy the records, media outlets seeking their release caught a small break from a judge’s emergency order.
The mainstream media is desperately trying to come up with any reasons it can to say that Russia fighting ISIS is a bad thing. In this episode, Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will rip through the hysteria and get to the bottom of what the mainstream is...
The tension between North and South Korea is again in the media, but what sparked this new round of drama and what is going to happen on the Korean Peninsula in the near future? Hosts Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will break all of this down and more...
Social media staff for England’s male football team have been forced to remove an “appalling” and “sexist” tweet about the women’s national team after it attracted an outpouring of anger on social media.
Russophrenia - a condition where the sufferer believes Russia is both about to collapse, and take over the world. Since 2013, instances of this ailment have reached epidemic-like proportions in certain parts of Washington, London and Brussels.