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“This administration has been more restrictive and more challenging to the press, more dangerous to the press, really, than
Obama presented the audience with several optimistic facts regarding U.S. health care and the economy, before taking yet
H/T Politico Risen has been targeted by the Obama administration for years in an attempt to get him to reveal information
In forty years perhaps the WikiLeaks cables will be declassified and heralded in the same way that the Pentagon Papers were a few years ago. And by then, the investigation into WikiLeaks will be seen as the selective political assault that it is.
President Obama brushed off a reporter on Tuesday after she asked him a question about Syria during the White House science fair.
President Obama brushed off a reporter on Tuesday after she asked him a question about Syria during the White House science
Shaye's case is likely to receive new scrutiny in the wake of the Rosen matter, the trial of Army Pvt. Bradley Manning for
Obama may be criticized for not schmoozing enough with individual congressmen, or for running a sometimes imperfect administration (those so-called "scandals") but what remains critical is his willingness to engage Americans and push forward matters of national import.
Critical mass arrived with the news Sunday that the administration had accused Fox News reporter James Rosen of being a "co
Obama's Justice Department continued the Bush-era prosecution of Thomas Drake, a former NSA official who went to a reporter
The president made the remark to members of the National Governors Association at the White House, The Washington Post's
“I don’t think that they’re more important, but I think they’re equally important. I think that’s where a lot of Americans
Obama probably also knows he's picking a soft target. Recent polls show widespread disdain for the political press from people
To the media I ask this question: Name one presidential candidate in recent history who had not sat down for any Sunday talk shows or non-Fox related cable news shows less than six months out from a presidential election? Name me one!
It's one thing to have the White House Correspondents' Dinner be the one time of the year where the watchdogs let down their guard and have civil, even friendly, conversations with the people they cover. I would enjoy that. But the over-chumminess of the Dinner is not the exception, it's now the rule.
The war of words between the Obama administration and the press continued to heat up over the weekend, with a top columnist
Read the full Washington Post article here. Chuck Todd believes President Obama dislikes the media — and he believes he knows
Over the last two weeks, President Obama has taken questions from unemployed workers in Ohio, students in Florida and a cancer
For months, President Obama was like an ATM for the media, dispensing answers to questions with what seemed like just the
There was never a single moment when White House staff decided the major media outlets were falling down on the job. There