January 4, 2016: A Public Affair—Patty Peltekos and the Center for Media and Democracy's Lisa Graves reflect on the media in 2015 and discuss the nature of large corporate media entities.
Newly-released emails from the now-halted campaign finance investigation into Scott Walker and his allies are being touted by right-wing media as proof of the probe's partisan motivations.
The Nation is the oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the United States.
Why did it happen? Brian Williams was the number one anchor. And now he is banished for six months – or forever.
In 2014, as March drew to an end but the cold Wisconsin winter refused to let go, State Senate President Mike Ellis (R-Neenah) stopped at his favorite after work hangout to relax after a long session in the Capitol.
After more than four decades of producing some of the most hard-hitting news shows and documentaries ever aired on public television, Bill Moyers concluded his last show with a message to a new generation of progressives, "over to you now."
“You look out your window and see people protesting, and then look at ‘Selma,’ and it looks similar”
What the Heritage Foundation gets wrong about Reagan's and Obama's executive orders.
During his first run for the White House, Barack Obama promised that he would take “a back seat to no one” on Net Neutrality.
Educators and parents are slamming TIME magazine editors for their November 3rd issue cover, which they say levies "malicious" and "false" attacks against the nation's public school teachers.