Michael M. Grynbaum, The New York Times

Michael M. Grynbaum

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How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars

Language like “invasion” and the “replacement” of Americans has increasingly become a regular part of Fox News broadcasts, Rush Limbaugh shows and other prominent conservative media. → Read More

Robert Mueller, Caught in the TV Spotlight

The once-silent superlawyer plays a role he didn’t want: cable-news protagonist. → Read More

Democratic Debate Ratings Exceed NBC’s Expectations, at 15.3 Million Viewers

Even 16 months before Election Day, interest in the campaign is intense. Wednesday’s TV audience nearly equaled the record for a Democratic primary debate. → Read More

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Steadfast Trump Fan, Never Wavered

The first mother to serve as White House press secretary stayed true to her boss as she oversaw the fade-out of the daily press briefing. → Read More

Rachel Maddow, Chuck Todd and Lester Holt Are Among Moderators of First Democratic Debate

Team NBC is set, but the lineup of candidates is not: The Democratic Party has yet to say which 20 presidential contenders will take the stage June 26 and 27. → Read More

Michael Wolff Talks ‘Siege,’ Trump, Journalism and His Definition of Truth

“I’m a New York guy,” the author says. “Trump is a New York guy. In the end, we know a lot of the same people.” → Read More

Michael Wolff Talks ‘Siege,’ Trump, Journalism and His Definition of Truth

“I’m a New York guy,” the author says. “Trump is a New York guy. In the end, we know a lot of the same people.” → Read More

‘Frightening’: Charges Against Julian Assange Alarm Press Advocates

A new indictment against the WikiLeaks leader was denounced as a dangerous precedent that could lead to future prosecutions of journalists. → Read More

Shari Redstone Was the Surprise Star of the CBS Party at the Plaza

At the gathering after the presentation at Carnegie Hall, well-wishers lined up to greet the head of CBS’s parent company, who hadn’t attended in years. → Read More

Warren Calls Fox News a ‘Hate-for-Profit Racket’ and Refuses an Appearance

Senator Elizabeth Warren said she would not participate in a Fox News town hall-style event, but some of her 2020 Democratic rivals have taken up the network’s offer. → Read More

CBS Names Norah O’Donnell as Lead Anchor, Signaling a New Era

The new CBS News chief, Susan Zirinsky, announces a fresh start after workplace misconduct scandals involving Charlie Rose, Jeff Fager and Leslie Moonves. → Read More

The Mueller Show: TV Hosts Unpack 448 Pages in Real Time

What was billed as a series finale turned out to be more of a midseason cliffhanger. → Read More

2020 Democrats Seek Voters in an Unusual Spot: Fox News

A network known for conservative commentary and staunch loyalty to the president is drawing Democratic candidates eager for a big platform with access to Trump voters. → Read More

2020 Democrats Seek Voters in an Unusual Spot: Fox News

A network known for conservative commentary and staunch loyalty to the president is drawing Democratic candidates eager for a big platform with access to Trump voters. → Read More

Sun Sentinel Wins Public Service Pulitzer for Parkland Shooting Coverage

The South Florida daily took the prize in the most prestigious category for its coverage of the killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. → Read More

Donna Brazile, Former Democratic Party Chair, Is Hired by Fox News

Ms. Brazile, who managed Al Gore’s 2000 presidential campaign, will be an analyst on President Trump’s favorite network. → Read More

Fox News Bumps Jeanine Pirro’s Show After Anti-Muslim Remarks

Ms. Pirro did not appear on Saturday evening in her usual slot on the cable news station, but Fox News declined to say if the host had been formally suspended. → Read More

Fox News, After Rebuking Jeanine Pirro, Faces Another Uproar Over Tucker Carlson

The network reproached Ms. Pirro, a star host, for suggesting that a Muslim congresswoman’s religious beliefs were anti-American. Tucker Carlson, another Fox host, is also under fire. → Read More

In Unusual Move, Fox News Condemns Jeanine Pirro’s Remarks on Muslim Legislator

The network reproached Ms. Pirro, a star host, for suggesting that a Muslim congresswoman’s religious beliefs were anti-American. Tucker Carlson, another Fox host, is also under fire. → Read More

After Outcry, Jeff Sessions’s Former Spokeswoman Drops Editing Role at CNN

Three weeks after her appointment as a “political editor,” Sarah Isgur Flores said she would be an on-air analyst at the network. → Read More