The calls from right and left for CNN and NBC to drop Hillary projects amount to: don’t make any potentially interesting shows about an active political figure. (And if you do, skew them our way!)
The same network that employs Donald Trump is making a miniseries about the possible Presidential frontrunner. In both cases, the decision is more about money than politics.
The ticking-clock late-night showdown over an abortion bill was riveting TV news. So why did it play out almost entirely online?
After an all-male Fox panel lamented female breadwinners, Fox anchor Megyn Kelly rips pundits Erick Erickson and Lou Dobbs.
I guess this counts as progress in our political rhetoric: rather than arguing whether President Obama is Satan, we’re arguing whether Satan is President Obama.
In Netflix’s new drama, Kevin Spacey guides a gleeful tour through a Washington D.C. where you’re either eating flesh or you’re on the menu.
The 2012 campaign can be properly divided into B.D. and A.D.: Before Denver and After Denver. On 1 B.D.—you may know it as Oct. 2—Barack Obama was cruising in the battleground polls. A successful convention had lifted him all …
It was, as Bill Clinton told us at the Democratic convention, about the arithmetic. And last night, the arithmetic won.
Good news, folks! Now you can have your own facts! Even better, when it comes to campaign polls you don’t like, you can now have your own numbers!
Fact: I do not know whether Mitt Romney paid federal income taxes, when, or how much, in any year before 2010, for which he publicly released his tax returns. Fact: You probably do not either, unless you are among the small army of spreadsheet-slinging professionals it must take to shepherd his wealth, or—possibly—if you are Mitt …