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An Estimated 13.8 Million People Tuned In to Televised Coverage of Day One of Impeachment Inquiry Media
An Estimated 13.8 Million People Tuned In to Televised Coverage of Day One of Impeachment Inquiry
2019-11-15 22:33:56
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - An estimated 13.8 million people tuned in to watch diplomats Bill Taylor and George Kent testify at the first public hearing of the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, according to Nielsen. Millions more streamed the day-long... Read More

Zuckerberg Defends Facebook's 'Free Expression' Policy in Wake of False Trump Campaign Ads Social Media
Zuckerberg Defends Facebook's 'Free Expression' Policy in Wake of False Trump Campaign Ads
2019-10-18 14:47:11
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Mark Zuckerberg allowed himself only a brief smile Thursday afternoon as he approached the podium awaiting him on stage in Georgetown University's Gaston Hall. After weeks of criticism over Facebook's decision not to moderate political speech or fact-check... Read More

Nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates Announces 2020 Debate Details 2020 Elections
Nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates Announces 2020 Debate Details
2019-10-11 18:38:48
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates on Friday announced the sites, dates and qualification details for three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate leading up to the 2020 general election. The sites and dates are as follows:... Read More

Defense Intel Agency Employee Accused of Leaking Secrets to Journo Girlfriend Law
Defense Intel Agency Employee Accused of Leaking Secrets to Journo Girlfriend
2019-10-09 21:27:04
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - A Defense Intelligence Agency employee from Alexandria, Virginia was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly leaking classified information to his journalist girlfriend and a second journalist. Henry Kyle Frese, who is identified in court documents as a counterterrorism analyst,... Read More

Journalists Urge House Panel to Open Door to Greater Transparency In Federal Courts Media
Journalists Urge House Panel to Open Door to Greater Transparency In Federal Courts
2019-10-01 21:02:53
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Fifty-four years after the U.S. Supreme Court heard its first case dealing with the televising and broadcasting of a trial, meaningful electronic coverage of federal courts remains an aspiration, this despite the exponential advances in technology to disseminate... Read More

FCC's Media Deregulation Plan Can't Go Forward, 3rd Circuit Says Law
FCC's Media Deregulation Plan Can't Go Forward, 3rd Circuit Says
2019-09-23 20:48:15
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission must redo and better justify an order that eased restrictions on media companies wanting to consolidate their holdings in a single market, the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday. The highly anticipated... Read More

Cokie Roberts, Longtime Political Journalist, Dies at 75 Media
Cokie Roberts, Longtime Political Journalist, Dies at 75
2019-09-17 19:03:42
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Cokie Roberts, who grew up immersed in politics and spent several decades in Washington covering it, died Tuesday of complications from breast cancer. She was 75. “Cokie’s career as a journalist at National Public Radio and ABC News... Read More

Joe Biden Takes Fire From All Sides in Democratic Debate 2020 Elections
Joe Biden Takes Fire From All Sides in Democratic Debate

DETROIT — The attacks on front-runner Joe Biden were unrelenting and, at times, personal in a contentious Democratic debate Wednesday night during which the former vice president delivered pointed retorts as he sought to persuade voters that he is not... Read More

Newsroom Employment Continues to Decline, Led by Newspapers, Study Finds Media
Newsroom Employment Continues to Decline, Led by Newspapers, Study Finds
2019-07-17 20:22:55
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Newsroom employment continues to decline across the United States, driven primarily by job losses at newspapers, a new study says. For a report released Wednesday, the Pew Research Center analyzed 10 years of occupational employment data compiled by... Read More

‘Poisonous Thorns’: The Times Abraham Lincoln Got Mad — Like, Really Mad — at the Chicago Tribune Media
‘Poisonous Thorns’: The Times Abraham Lincoln Got Mad — Like, Really Mad — at the Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — Abraham Lincoln was mad. Really mad. “How, in God’s name, do you let such paragraphs into the Tribune?” he furiously scribbled in Springfield on June 27, 1858, firing off a gruff note to Charles H. Ray, the editor-in-chief... Read More

Woodward Says Pentagon Gripped By 'High Anxiety' Over Trump Media
Woodward Says Pentagon Gripped By 'High Anxiety' Over Trump
2019-05-31 20:26:34
by Dan McCue

Legendary Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward says there's a sense at the Pentagon that the military is the last institution in America that is working, and a real concern among members of the Joint Chiefs about what President Donald Trump... Read More

Lawyers for Media Outlets Press Judge for Access to Weinstein Hearing Media
Lawyers for Media Outlets Press Judge for Access to Weinstein Hearing

NEW YORK — Lawyers for more than a dozen other media outlets, including the New York Daily News, will ask a Manhattan judge to keep open a court proceeding against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Prosecutors and Weinstein’s lawyers contend... Read More

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