A Utah State University student was reportedly rushed to a hospital Saturday after ingesting a Tide Pod, which has become a dangerous trend on social media as teens dare each other to eat the miniature, neon, detergent-filled pods.
It’s been quite a 24-hour span for the Los Angeles Times as publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn is will take an unpaid leave of absence after National Public Radio detailed a lengthy history of sexual misconduct accusations against him in a story.
The head writer of Megyn Kelly’s hour of NBC's “Today” revealed this week that he was fired from the show after complaining directly to embattled NBC News president Noah Oppenheim about the show’s toxic workplace environment of b
The HuffPost is shutting down its controversial contributor blogging network as it faces a $23.5 million lawsuit for libel and negligent injury based on a now-deleted article published by a member of that system.
Lawmakers grilled executives Facebook, Google's YouTube and Twitter on Wednesday about what the companies are doing to prevent terrorists from using their platforms to spread propaganda and recruit new followers.
NBC announced it would bring back former employee Katie Couric to co-host the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics next month, a surprise move following the network’s announcement that new NBC News star Megyn Kelly wouldn’t travel to Sout
In a year filled with fake news, misleading headlines and over-the-top punditry designed to take down the Trump administration, the mainstream media’s new craze of diagnosing the president is the latest embarrassment to the press as an industry.
Ann Curry said she was "not surprised" by the allegations of sexual assault against her former "Today" co-host Matt Lauer adding that there was a culture of sexual harassment at NBC in her first TV interview since leaving the network in 2015.
White House physician Ronny Jackson was slammed with an onslaught of questions regarding President Trump’s health in a bizarre press briefing on Tuesday that raised eyebrows as the press fished for maladies.
Actor Matt Damon said on Tuesday he needs to close his mouth for a while when it comes to the #MeToo and the Time’s Up movements focusing on sexual harassment after he made a series of controversial comments.