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By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, President Trump signed two executive orders at the Department of Homeland Security, ordering construction of a Mexican border wall, and taking other actions aimed at illegal immigration. Also, the White House distanced itself from reports…
According to various news outlets, the Trump administration is attempting to limit the flow of information out of key government agencies. EPA staff are reportedly banned from sending press releases or posting to social media, and the Interior Department and…
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s tone was different on Monday, but his message was the same as over the weekend: The Trump administration feels that the press is unfair. At the CIA on Saturday, President Trump called members of…
By News Desk
White House press secretary Sean Spicer is holding a briefing with the press corps on Monday, two days after he lambasted the media for the way outlets compared the crowd size of President Donald Trump’s inauguration to that of former…
By Vivian Salama, Associated Press
A report has raised alarms that the longstanding tradition of daily press briefings in the White House could end, a reflection of Trump's contentious relationship with the news media.
By Daniel Bush
The news conference left little doubt that the relationship between President-elect Trump and the press will be fraught with tension over the next four years.
By Damian Radcliffe, University of Oregon
Three weeks after Donald Trump won a historic victory to become the 45th president of the United States, the media postmortems continue. In particular, the role played by the media and technology industries is coming under heavy scrutiny in the…
During the campaign and after, President-elect Donald Trump voiced his distrust of the media and held the press at arms-length. On Thursday, he announced his communications team, including RNC strategist Sean Spicer as press secretary. Brian Stelter of CNN and…
In recent years, North Koreans who have escaped to South Korea have sought to undermine the regime's grip by smuggling outside media back to the country.
Due to the proliferation of social media, getting people to read serious journalism is harder than ever, says New York University professor Jay Rosen. Anyone with a smartphone can produce content, and Facebook doesn’t have an editor in chief --…
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