Glenn Greenwald, The InterceptU.S. media outlets have repeatedly been caught publishing exaggerations and falsehoods about Moscow. That behavior is dangerous….
Piers Morgan, Daily MailCNN’s high moral ground has crumbled beneath it in spectacular style. In a humiliating moment in its history, CNN just accepted resignations from three of its top journalists for a fake story….
Richard Hasen, LA TimesConservatives will be able to count on Gorsuch’s vote….
Justin Sherin, PoliticoAs President Donald Trump continues to mouth off about the Russia investigation on Twitter—he recently admitted that he’s the target of an obstruction of justice probe—some have cracked wise on Twitter about what President Richard Nixon’s Twitter account might have looked like during Watergate, had social media existed in the 1970s. “The Jews,” surely—they’d show up a lot. Not to mention Teddy and that poor drowned girl, and…
Zack Beauchamp, VoxStarting this Thursday, citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen will be banned from the United States unless they can demonstrate a “bona fide” relationship with American citizens or organizations. What qualifies as a “bona fide” relationship isn’t clear, but that’ll be the legal standard for admissions into the United States until the Supreme Court issues a final ruling on the constitutional merits of the entire…
Chris Cillizza, CNNEver since Donald Trump signed the first executive order banning people from seven countries from entering the U.S. on January 27, it’s been nothing but trouble….
Grazie Christie, DC ExaminerThe special election in Georgia between Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff resembles that of last November in one important respect: The sizable investment lost by Planned Parenthood after backing pro-abortion Democratic candidates. The tax-subsidized abortion corporation lost more than $30 million trying to get Hillary Clinton elected. Now it has just burned a whopping $735,000 on behalf of Jon Ossoff….