Don’t worry though, they gave it 110%.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET) today. The people of Scotland are today being asked the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. If they vote “Yes”, the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the U.K. will come to an end.
However, Sean Hannity does think Adrian Peterson “went too far.”
After being considered by ABC to join The View, Roger Ailes hires the Fox News regular to be a network contributor.
Attorney Ben Crump accuses the St. Louis Post-Dispatch of trying to drive web traffic with its pursuit of Michael Brown’s record.
It’s basically one epiphany after another. Including a lot of stuff which should have been obvious all along.
The network’s legal team says the reporter named in the lawsuit doesn’t technically work for CNN.
Meet The Press may never be the same.
Because it’s a 13-year-old girl, apparently.
“You say don’t blame the victim, but legally, what kind of recourse do they have?”
The iconic TV news anchor is stepping down as the anchor of World News. She was the only woman anchoring a national nightly newscast.
Here’s America’s highest rated cable news host explaining why he doesn’t believe in white privilege, a concept he says is “the big lie” being perpetuated by “racial hustlers.”
“Every time the R-word is used, something disrespectful is happening.”
“…in terms of his job description.”
Matthew Rosenberg is the first western journalist to be publicly expelled since the Taliban ruled.
“We have legal processes that are set in motion, that are designed after centuries of Anglo-American jurisprudence tradition.”
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
The 26-year-old Harriet Wran and two others are charged with killing a Sydney drug-dealer.
It is so much more than girls jumping. So much more.
We asked editors from top publications six questions about diversity in their newsrooms. Here’s what they had to say.
What’s the end game for a lifelong television journalist who’s worked almost 30 years for a legacy outlet?
Let’s be honest, it’s the most important bit of advertising.
HBO’s John Oliver makes an excellent observation.
UPDATE: Jebreal tells Democracy Now! that her contract as an MSNBC paid contributor is up and that she’s currently negotiating with the network.
Established writers of color offer priceless advice for those just starting out.
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal criticizes the network and Andrea Mitchell by name.