Donald Trump asserting that he may not accept the results of the U.S. presidential elections if he doesn't win is, of course, empty posturing. The results are legally binding.
The media's responsibility is not only to report the facts, but to do so in a truthful and balanced manner. Too often it does not, preferring to perpetuate controversies to gain readership or ratings.
On Friday, October 14th, CNN President Jeff Zucker visited the John F. Kennedy...
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What makes a confident woman doubt herself? An independent, self-sufficient hard working woman feel as though she's not enough? The answer is simply men, or I should say lost men. This is know man hating article, but rather an honest view of many who make successful women crumble for no purpose beyond an ego boost. And why is that?
The medium that propelled him from nowhere to one step away from the Presidency has now come back to bit him, hard.
Hillary Clinton wasn't as dominant against Donald Trump in comparison to the first debate, but her opponent with his unhinged responses that went all over the place convinced me that on the whole Mrs. Clinton won.
Jim Miklaszewski, one of the best reporters I've ever worked with, has finally retired as NBC's chief Pentagon correspondent thus giving me, once again, the opportunity to report on what I regard as his greatest story.
The audience, when the debate actually happens, will be huge. Tremendous, in fact. Some (we won't say who) are even predicting it could be a bigger television event worldwide than the 1969 moon landing.
History is about to be made at Hofstra University, and excitement is building to a crescendo among the school's nearly 11,000 students. On Monday evening, Democrat Hillary Clinton will face Republican Donald Trump in a presidential debate that will likely be the most-watched television program in U.S. history.
You see it on the front page of The New York Times, live on NBC and across the spectrum: reporters, not commentators or columnists, calling out Donald Trump for lying.
My baby nephew is pretty much always happy. If he falls, he cries for a minute and then it is all smiles. I always say it is like he has "You Can't St...
The Media seems to have a penchant for exploiting news of relatively questionable value, highlighting it in an attempt to make it equivalent to stuff that really matters.
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The chances of Hillary Clinton getting fair coverage from national news organizations, whether as candidate or as president, are two: slim and none. And the reason is that community we'll call "The Bubble People."
The other night, like 14.7 million other people, I tuned in to NBC to watch Matt Lauer conduct a 'Presidential Forum' with, in turn, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.