Erik Wemple, Washington Post

Erik Wemple

Washington Post

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Recent articles by Erik:

Tribune Publishing apologizes for fake bonus offer in phishing-simulation email

In an attempt to enroll employees in a mandatory training against email fraud, the company dangles bonuses. → Read More

Tucker Carlson won’t let Ruth Bader Ginsburg rest in peace

Prime-time Fox News hosts hurls doubt on Supreme Court justice's wish. → Read More

President Trump holds another quasi-rally on ‘Fox & Friends’

Another morning on the propaganda circuit. → Read More

Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Come work with us!

A bad week for anyone working in the White House communications operation. → Read More

Tucker Carlson gives up

Popular Fox News host cries 'censorship' when social media site flags video from his Tuesday night show. → Read More

Stop whining, Alan Dershowitz

The famed defense attorney claims that CNN misportrayed his argument during the impeachment controversy. → Read More

How desperate is Trump? He wants to do weekly ‘Fox & Friends’ stints.

Leader of the free world expresses nostalgia for arrangement that started in 2011. → Read More

Bob Woodward, President Trump and 'fake’ news

We've known for some time how he views news reports about his performance. Now he makes it official. → Read More

CNN is not responding to ethical lapses exposed by Tucker Carlson

The network needs to address the tapes surfaced on Fox News. → Read More

Let Woodward be Woodward

Critics wish he had hurried up the publication of interviews with President Trump, instead of holding them for his new book, "Rage." → Read More

Kayleigh McEnany just one-upped Sean Spicer

White House press secretary takes the brunt of a new book by veteran investigative reporter Bob Woodward. → Read More

Tucker Carlson, who has advised Trump, slams CNN’s Zucker for advising Trump associate

The CNN chief betrayed a cozy familiarity with Michael Cohen back in 2016. → Read More

Lesson from Stelter’s ‘Hoax’: Rise up, Fox News!

From "Hoax," new details on a new outlet that doubles as a threat to U.S. democracy. → Read More

Hey White House, where’s the Fahrenthold ‘dossier’?

A White House official makes some odd, on-the-record claims about a prominent Post reporter. → Read More

Joy Reid’s super-bizarro non-apology

There's no such thing as a half-apology, as the MSNBC host proved on Wednesday night. → Read More

MSNBC’s Joy Reid under fire for ‘casual Islamophobia’

Do Muslim "leaders" actually do the things that a prominent MSNBC host says they do? → Read More

Book: FBI informant claimed to have stolen files from computer of then-New York Times reporter James Risen

An aborted rendezvous in Belgium, a thumb drive, a famous national security reporter and a dash of mystery. → Read More

Sarah Palin’s defamation suit against the New York Times clears another hurdle

The former Alaska governor has mounted enough proof to send her suit to a jury. → Read More

Kenosha destroyed Tucker Carlson’s narrative

What happens when a clever Fox News host finds his narrative in tatters? Think, think, think! → Read More

Courier Journal editor says remote work caused screwup on Breonna Taylor story

A misunderstanding led to the premature publication of a sensitive story about a police shooting. → Read More