Media Organizations Differ In Approaches To Covering President Trump's Tweets

July 16, 2019 - 5:16pm EDT
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How should media organizations react when they suspect President Trump is baiting them with tweets? Some argue they need to stop, others say you have to cover the news.

Oct 25 - 3:37pm EDT

The rallies, the crowd and the theatrics at each stop are straight out of Trump's 2016 playbook as the president casts himself as the upstart outsider fighting against the odds.

Oct 25 - 2:51pm EDT

The 51-48 cloture vote sets the stage for a final confirmation vote Monday evening — just over a week before the general election.

Oct 25 - 7:51am EDT

Joe Biden wants to make America carbon neutral by 2050 and says there will still be room for some fossil fuels. We look at how realistic this is and what activists make of it.

Oct 25 - 7:51am EDT

President Trump campaigned on a promise to re-draw America's trade ties with the rest of the world. It hasn't always worked out as he hoped.

Oct 25 - 7:51am EDT

Newport, Ky., is putting up murals to honor the city's 225th anniversary. One depicts city founder Gen. James Taylor, who was a slave owner. Residents are wrestling with what to do about the artwork.

Oct 25 - 12:27am EDT

Marc Short, the top aide to Vice President Pence, entered quarantine after testing positive on Saturday, Pence's office said. Pence, who tested negative, will continue his busy campaign travel.

Oct 24 - 5:19pm EDT

Right now, we have "an entire government apparatus designed to foster falsehoods," says editor Ellis Cose, who has written a new book, The Short Life and Curious Death of Free Speech in America.

Oct 24 - 3:43pm EDT

The approach the two candidates are taking in this final leg of the campaign mirrors the divergent narratives they're trying to convey about the pandemic and the choice voters face this fall.

Oct 24 - 11:55am EDT

The president cast his ballot from his adopted home state before departing for rallies on Saturday in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. More than 50 million Americans have already voted early.