The former vice president claimed the media was using "one day in January" to demean Trump supporters.
Howard Kurtz said the White House's refusal to renew subscriptions to The New York Times and The Washington Post is "a symbolic slap."
Howard Kurtz said the outlet's latest survey, which shows the president trailing four Democratic candidates in 2020, is "very much in line" with others.
Ironically, some of the same fears that helped Trump win in 2016 could deliver the Democratic nomination to the Vermont senator, the GOP pollster says.
The president leapt at a Fox News report that quoted the editor's upcoming book.
But this time, Ailes took the bait when Trump said he might not appear at Thursday's Fox News debate in Des Moines. Fox News
"I’m a big girl. I can take it."
Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not? Richardson flagged this earlier Monday morning. It remained appended
"To not tell his bosses at ABC News, to not disclose it to his viewers -- it's unthinkable!" he told Kelly. Fox News host
Okay, so media critic Howard Kurtz doesn't want us to talk about 2016. But the problem is that a couple dozen Republican hopefuls do... and they're running plays that merit our attention.
"Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Is it over? Is it over?" Kelly repeated, with one hand over her eyes. "It's terrible!" she yelled
Meanwhile, Greta Van Susteren said in a blog post Thursday that Fox News "did the right thing" in posting the video. Kelly
April Ryan, by contrast, was fortunate enough to be able to ask her own follow-up of the president. She literally did the
Why is that? Well, it's because Obama didn't allegedly drug and rape a bunch of women. This stuff isn't hard to figure out
O'Reilly, however, claimed he understood why Gruber would turn down Fox News and appear on "Ronan Farrow Daily" instead: "My
Howard Kurtz Slams Ronan Farrow For Conducting Soft Interview
"I go on his show just to amuse myself, just to smack him around here and there," he said. "Because who else is going to
Paul acknowledged the criticism, but assured the CNN hosts that he is taking the situation "very seriously" and has "no intentions
MediaBuzz host Howard Kurtz said that Fox News "fell seriously short" in its coverage of Bundy following an interview with