By Igor Volsky on March 5, 2014
"I'm proud to be an American and believe in disseminating the truth, and that is why after this news cast, I am resigning," she said.
By Lauren C. Williams on March 4, 2014
Microsoft's new "wedding planner" ad is the latest stereotype dreamed up by the tech world's "brogrammer" culture.
By Annie-Rose Strasser, Jeff Spross, and Travis Waldron on March 2, 2014
Here's a look at the ideas that U.S. government officials from both sides of the aisle are entertaining to deal with the situation in Ukraine.
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By Annie-Rose Strasser on February 2, 2014
"These kinds of things keep on surfacing in part because you and your TV station will promote them," Obama said.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on February 2, 2014
Fed up with the way that women are portrayed during the biggest TV event of the year? There's an app for that.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on January 15, 2014
Mrs. Obama isn't so sure she's peaked. "The sky is the limit," she said.
By Judd Legum on December 19, 2013
In a media environment increasingly dominated by celebrity, scandal and the political horserace, many of the most important stories receive scant coverage.
By Lauren C. Williams and Aviva Shen on December 13, 2013
After a public outcry, Twitter reversed its newly debuted blocking policy which made it easier for blocked users to continue monitoring and harassing users who blocked them.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on December 7, 2013
"Take a moment to remember #PearlHarbor with us," the tweet said.
By Judd Legum on November 15, 2013
The use (and abuse) of a political metaphor.