The "Hannity" host ranted about suing "the media mob" and claimed he "reported without fear from the very beginning" of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Even his colleagues at the Times criticized the conservative writer for citing a paper by a researcher who has been labeled a white supremacist who promoted eugenics.
"When it’s even too awful for Facebook, you know it’s bad," remarked tech journalist Kara Swisher.
The co-captain of the U.S. women’s national soccer team told Vox's "Recode Decode" podcast that Trump was "so rude."
Dorsey gave himself a ‘C’ on the matter, noting that while there’s been progress, “it has been scattered and not felt enough.”
Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook “have been working humanity’s last nerve for far too long now,” the veteran Silicon Valley journalist writes.
At this year's Code Conference, hosted by Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, the former leaders of the D Conference, Meeker's
What besides the sheer volume of announcements and splashy launches has made the last month in media different from any other?
Per Chait: A lot of the conversation -- which took place among host David Gregory, New York Times columnist Brooks, Washington
You can keep searching, pinning and tweeting but none of these women have been defined by or talk about who they date, what they wear or any food plan.