CBS News legend Mike Wallace, the "60 Minutes" pit-bull reporter whose probing, brazen style made his name synonymous with the tough interview - a style he practically invented for television more than half a century ago - died last night.
NBC has completed its investigation into the mishandling of the police dispatcher’s conversation with George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin case. And the process ends with a finding of error, plus an apology. Here is the statement just issued by the
DallasGoldBug of wellaware1.com alleges the media uses actors to manipulate news for a more nefarious agenda. "The media doesn't report the news, they manufacture it". Amazing comparisons and linkage - listen & see for yourself.
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Neither of us is old enough to have been fooled by the Trojan Horse (see Wikipedia). But we each have been working in public television decades enough to remember the days when distribution was handled by physically transporting
On Tuesday, Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert took on Attorney General Eric Holder's legal justification for killing American citizens abroad suspected of terrorism, particularly Holder's argument that "due process and judicial process are not one and
An Iraqi mother accused of beating and involuntarily incarcerating her 19-year-old daughter for talking to a boy and refusing an arranged marriage is back behind bars, along with her husband and another daughter.
FOX Business Network (FBN) will debut a new primetime schedule featuring encore presentations of the channel's top post-market programs...The new lineup will replace FreedomWatch with Judge Andrew Napolitano, Power & Money with David Asman and Follow
Olympian Nick Symmonds, a vocal critic of what he calls track and field’s needlessly restrictive logo and sponsorship regulations, is auctioning advertising space on his body to raise money — and awareness.
According to Nielsen Media Research’s annual “Television Audience” report that was released this week, the number of households with a TV set will decline for the first time in the company’s survey history (which extends back to 1970).
This is nothing but a big dominant social theme of the power elite. The meme is simple: Central banks are a natural progression of the money system and anyone who contradicts them is being foolish and economically illiterate.
Our Meet The Candidates series continues with Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul. Can the Texas congressman break out of the pack? Where does he stand on the important issues facing our country?
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