WATCH: Steve Bannon’s Full Interview On 60 Minutes

Steve Bannon, Trump's ex-chief strategist, tells 60 Minutes why he's out at the White House and criticizes the GOP for not supporting the president....

Media Sites that Rely Largely on Facebook for Traffic See Number of Visitors Plummet

A growing number of online publishers including giants like BuzzFeed have come to rely on Facebook for a significant part of their traffic—in some...

Matt Drudge says, ‘Tons of Stress in Cable News’ is Cause of Medical Leave...

Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge weighed in on cable news "stress" in a Friday morning tweet, citing recent medical leaves of MSNBC's Rachel Maddow...

Joy Reid Talks About her Career and her New MSNBC Role

Politics is tricky business. If you aren’t well informed, one single segment of Fox News or CNN will make your head spin like a...

WATCH LIVE: 2017 White House Correspondents’ Dinner (Sat., Apr. 29th, 9 PM EST)

Comedian Hasan Minhaj hosts the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington D.C. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhXxlwff7dA

Advertising Employees Marjorie Walker and Ernestine Grant to Sue the New York Times for...

Paper denies ‘unjustified’ claims that CEO Mark Thompson introduced culture that favors ‘young, white’ and single staffers to older female and black employees Mark Thompson,...

Andy Coulson, Former News Of The World Editor, Gets 18 Months In Prison For...

Andy Coulson went from the editor's office at Britain's best-selling newspaper to the corridors of 10 Downing St. as Prime Minister David Cameron's communications...

Veteran Editor Amanda Barrett Promoted to Director of The AP’s Nerve Center

The news cooperative announced Tuesday, May 9, that Amanda Barrett has been promoted to the role of Nerve Center director. In this role, she...

Media Criticized for ‘Fawning Coverage’ of North Korea During Winter Olympics

Statements are pouring in on social media condemning mainstream media's praises of North Korea as they report on the Winter Olympics in South Korea,...

‘CBS This Morning’ Co-host & PBS Star Charlie Rose Suspended After Sexual Misconduct Allegations

“CBS This Morning” co-host and longtime PBS star Charlie Rose has been accused by eight women of making unwanted sexual advances toward them and...

Fox News Staffers ‘Shocked’ Over Greta Van Susteren’s Decision to Leave the Network

Greta Van Susteren is leaving Fox News after 14 years with the network, and sources close to the situation tell ET that staffers were...

Fox News Anchor Harris Faulkner Advances In Lawsuit Over Name of Hasbro’s Toy Hamster

A judge says that Harris Faulkner should be allowed to gather and cite evidence of what children think about when playing with a hamster...

Newspapers Feast on Each Other to Survive Digital Apocalypse

Newspapers have settled on a strategy to stop withering away: feast on each other for survival. For the owners of big-city dailies like the Chicago...

Over $5 Million Has Been Donated through Kickstarter to PBS Show ‘Reading Rainbow’

Executive producer and host LeVar Burton started the Kickstarter page hoping to get $1 million to create a Web version of the popular PBS...

Wall Street Journal Celebrates 125th Anniversary

The Wall Street Journal celebrated its 125th anniversary on Tuesday with a look back at the headlines from July 8, 1889. The Journal put together several print and...

‘Rolling Stone’ Magazine to be Put Up for Sale

From a loft in San Francisco in 1967, a 21-year-old named Jann S. Wenner started a magazine that would become the counterculture bible for...

Black Journalist, Louie Robinson, Dies at 88

Born in Dallas Texas in 1926, Louie Robinson defied the odds of a time when America denied the existence of Black excellence, let alone...

Is Tony Romo Doing the Broadcast Thing Right?

Tony Romo’s success on the air might come as a shock. He has exactly four NFL games under his belt as a part of CBS’s...

Closing the Media’s Gender Gap

The role of women in media and gender inequality in the workplace were the dominant topics of discussion at the National Press Club on Monday night. At...

Competition Is Back in the Morning News Shows

For America's television news giants, the morning hours are becoming increasingly competitive in the fight for millions of viewers and billions in advertising dollars....