Mike Pence is technically the head of the coronavirus task force, but Donald Trump is taking cues from the Fox News host.
The 1975 Spielberg flick captures the dread of facing an invisible enemy—and the incompetence of the politicians in charge.
In its rush to praise the president for his response to the pandemic, the press is forgetting how we got into this mess in the first place.
Sometimes it helps to be counted out.
The longtime MSNBC host might be gone, but his influence is everywhere.
By dismissing the disease as a Democratic hoax, right-wing pundits are putting their elderly audience in danger.
The Trump administration’s claims that the Kremlin is backing Sanders are catnip for cable news.
Podcasts practically print money. Text? Not so much