Beat the Press: News vs. Commentary
Matt Lauer Fired From NBC’S Today For Sexual Misconduct
Trump Lawyer Claims President Cannot Legally Obstruct Justice
Опубликовано 17 ноября 2017, 22:27
The media is having a hard time keeping up with the onslaught of sexual misconduct allegations. While many of the complaints are credible or have been confirmed, some may not be getting the scrutiny they ordinarily would. When facing a crush of daily revelations, how does the media ensure proper balance between the accusers and the accused?
Rants & Raves: December 15, 2017
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