David Bauder, The Associated Press

David Bauder

The Associated Press

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by David:

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' soundtrack swings on after 57 years

The popular soundtrack has become a staple of the animated TV special and is beloved by fans of all ages. This year, the “Peanuts" classic will not air on broadcast TV as Apple TV+ has exclusive rights to all of the "Peanuts" holiday specials. → Read More

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

"Christmas just doesn't feel like Christmas without hearing that album in the background." → Read More

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

The nostalgic special's soundtrack has sold millions of copies — and the lyrics to one famous song were first scribbled on a scrap of paper. → Read More

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

The nostalgic special's soundtrack has sold millions of copies — and the lyrics to one famous song were first scribbled on a scrap of paper. → Read More

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

The nostalgic special's soundtrack has sold millions of copies — and the lyrics to one famous song were first scribbled on a scrap of paper. → Read More

Jazzy 'Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

The nostalgic special's soundtrack has sold millions of copies — and the lyrics to one famous song were first scribbled on a scrap of paper. → Read More

AP fires reporter, reviews sourcing rules after Poland missile strike error

The Associated Press has fired a reporter and is reviewing its standards on use of anonymous sourcing following an "egregious" error. → Read More

AP fires reporter, reviews sourcing rules after Poland error

NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press has fired a reporter and is reviewing its standards on use of anonymous sourcing following an “egregious” error in a story about a fatal missile strike that killed... → Read More

AP fires reporter, reviews sourcing rules after Poland error

NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press has fired a reporter and is reviewing its standards on use of anonymous sourcing following an “egregious” error in a story about a fatal missile strike that killed two people in Poland. → Read More

Trump bid nets tough reaction from some former media friends

NEW YORK (AP) — Not all of his friends have abandoned him, but the harsh media reaction to former President Donald Trump's announcement that he's seeking the top office again illustrates that if he wants his old job back, he has a lot of convincing to do. → Read More

Midterm media coverage: A night in search of a narrative

NEW YORK (AP) — For news organizations covering the midterm election results, it was a night in search of a narrative. Tight races across the country confirmed the nation’s divide and kept re… → Read More

Media preps for 2022 election with focus on democracy issues

NEW YORK (AP) — Time was, a television reporter assigned to “democracy issues” would have a quiet time on election night sets, occasionally popping up to talk about broken voting machines at a poll… → Read More

CNBC Axes Shepard Smith's Nightly Newscast After 2 Years

The former Fox News anchor is leaving the network and will have his last telecast sometime later this month. → Read More

John Mellencamp revisits his seminal album 'Scarecrow' ahead of its box set release

NEW YORK (AP) — An urgency in the ringing guitar and thunderous drums that opened the 1985 album “Scarecrow” was the first hint that this was something differen → Read More

BBC tries to understand politics by creating fake Americans

NEW YORK — Larry, a 71-year-old retired insurance broker and Donald Trump fan from Alabama, wouldn’t be likely to run into the liberal Emma, a 25-year-old graphic designer from New York City, on social media — even if they were both real. Each is a figment of BBC reporter Marianna Spring’s imagination. She created five […] → Read More

Is Alex Jones verdict the death of disinformation? Unlikely

The internet allows conspiracy theories to spread rapidly and widely. → Read More

Is Alex Jones verdict the death of disinformation? Unlikely

The award of nearly $1 billion to parents of Sandy Hook shooting victims to compensate for harmful lies spread by fabulist Alex Jones isn't likely to do much to curb → Read More

NBC reporter's comment about Fetterman draws criticism

NEW YORK (AP) — An NBC News correspondent who interviewed Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman says an on-air remark she made about him having difficulty following part of their conversation should not be seen as a commentary on his fitness for office after he suffered a stroke. → Read More

Trevor Noah says he’s exiting as host of ‘The Daily Show’

Noah surprised the studio audience during Thursday’s taping. → Read More

Trevor Noah says he's exiting as host of 'The Daily Show'

Trevor Noah says that he's leaving “The Daily Show” as host, after seven years of a Trump and pandemic-filled tenure on the weeknight Comedy Central show... → Read More