David Bauder, The Associated Press

David Bauder

The Associated Press

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Recent articles by David:

NBC, Fox offer fall television plans, to a point amid change

NEW YORK — Something was missing when Fox announced its plans for the fall television season: a schedule. → Read More

‘Great Replacement Theory’: The Buffalo shooter’s white supremacist ideology

NEW YORK (AP)—A racist ideology seeping from the internet’s fringes into the mainstream with the help of the right-wing media and Republican politicians is being investigated as a motivating factor in the supermarket shooting that killed 10 people in Buffalo, N.Y. → Read More

EXPLAINER: White 'replacement theory' fuels racist attacks

Experts and researchers are concerned that some of this theory's less extreme tenets are taking hold, especially regarding immigration to the United States. → Read More

EXPLAINER: White 'replacement theory' fuels racist attacks

Experts and researchers are concerned that some of this theory's less extreme tenets are taking hold, especially regarding immigration to the United States. → Read More

New York Times removes 'fetus' as a Wordle answer following SCOTUS Roe v. Wade leak

The New York Times scrambled to change its Wordle game on Monday to avoid a puzzle answer that might be seen as some sort of commentary on the news. → Read More

Wordle whoops: Times changes puzzle to avoid fraught word

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times moved swiftly to change Monday's answer to its daily Wordle puzzle out of fear that it would be seen as some sort of commentary on the debate over abortion rights. The game, which became a sensation late last year and was bought by The Times in January, gives users six tries to guess a different five-letter word each day. → Read More

'Jeopardy' savors run of super champions after host stumbles

NEW YORK (AP) — As Mattea Roach, Amy Schneider and Matt Amodio can attest, it's cool to be smart again. → Read More

Detailed 'open source' news investigations are catching on

One of the more striking pieces of journalism from the Ukraine war featured intercepted radio transmissions from Russian soldiers indicating an invasion in disarray, their conversations even interrupted by a → Read More

Detailed 'open source' news investigations are catching on

NEW YORK (AP) — One of the more striking pieces of journalism from the Ukraine war featured intercepted radio transmissions from Russian soldiers indicating an invasion in disarray, their conversations even interrupted by a hacker literally whistling “Dixie.” → Read More

CNN’s streaming service shutting down a month after launch

It had started March 29, shortly before CNN was taken over by new corporate parents. The new leaders of Warner Bros. Discovery quickly let it be known they considered CNN+ an ill-conceived idea. → Read More

Charlie Rose reemerges with first interview since firings

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Rose, whose career as a journalist imploded in 2017 due to sexual misconduct allegations, emerged Thursday by posting online a lengthy interview he conducted with → Read More

Journalists despair over toll of disinformation on jobs

NEW YORK (AP) — Journalists are sounding an alarm about the spread of disinformation in society and how it affects their jobs on a daily basis, along with skepticism on whether traditional methods to combat it really work. → Read More

Rachel Maddow returns to MSNBC, will switch to once a week

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has some good news and bad news for her fans → Read More

Seeing Bucha atrocities is turning point for media, viewers

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News reporter Debora Patta has covered conflicts in Africa and the Middle East, and the aftermath of terrorist attacks in Europe. She has seen violence and death at close range before. → Read More

Batiste has 'full circle moment,' numerous performances take center stage at Grammy Awards

Jon Batiste had the most Grammy Award nominations and his five wins outpaced everyone, yet he somehow seemed the biggest surprise on a joyous night for music that washed away some of the bad taste left by the Oscars a week earlier. Batiste's "We Are" won the prestigious album of the year award Sunday over music heavyweights like Tony Bennett, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and Ye, who changed his… → Read More

Batiste, joyful performances highlight 2022 Grammy Awards

Music washed away some of the bad taste left by the Oscars a week earlier. → Read More

Batiste, joyful performances highlight Grammy Awards

Batiste's “We Are” won the prestigious album of the year award Sunday over music heavyweights like Tony Bennett, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and Ye, who changed his name from Kanye → Read More

Smith slap another stunning live moment in TV entertainment

NEW YORK (AP) — Will Smith's Oscars slap wasn't the first time an unexpected moment on a live televised entertainment event left mouths agape. Here other notables: JANET JACKSON'S SUPER BOWL SHOW Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake were reaching the end of their “Rock Your Body” duet at the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show when he yanked off her bustier, briefly revealing a bare breast with a… → Read More

Maury Povich retires from daily talk show after 31 years

"Maury" has been a pop culture icon for decades, with many shows featuring dramatic paternity test reveals announced live on air. → Read More

Maury Povich retires from daily talk show after 31 years

"Maury" has been a pop culture icon for decades, with many shows featuring dramatic paternity test reveals announced live on air. → Read More