It’s easy to find fact checks about Trump. And he’s given us plenty to write about. This article measures some of the media’s fact-challenged reporting.
How the New York Times, Jeremy Peters and Carolyn Ryan got my reporting on coronavirus all wrong.
On the heels of a similar filing against The New York Times last week, the Trump campaign has now filed a lawsuit against The Washington Post. The suit claims the Post knowingly published false and defamatory statements. Among them, says the lawsuit, that the conspiracy theory about Trump colluding with Russia was a fact–not just […]
Thanksgiving Day there was a doozie of an anti-Trump media mistake. What does it tell us about the state of journalism? It’s not good.
You might find it fun, maddening or confounding– but it’s hard to not to find it interesting to review how wrong so many of us in the media have been when it comes to political and financial predictions in the era of Donald Trump. One example is a 2016 article by CNN. It’s entitled: “A […]
It’s all the more important that we, as journalists, maintain strict ethical standards when we *don’t* like or agree with the person we are covering. If we let down our guard and don’t follow proper conduct, the results can be disastrous for our reputation and the truth. Click the arrow at the link below to […]
The following is an excerpt from my Full Measure story with media critic Howard Kurtz. Watch the video and read the full story at the link at the end of this article. In recent days, after President Trump withdrew US troops from Syria, some of the criticism was accompanied by dramatic video on the news. […]
Nearly every move President Trump has tried to make to tighten up the southern U.S. border has been met with opposition and legal challenges. So some border towns have been left to find their own way to protect their communities. And it turns out necessity is the mother of invention! During my most recent reporting […]