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By Dylan Gwinn | | June 9, 2016 | 10:30 PM EDT

If you thought Tiger Woods was done objectifying and causing distress to women, well, according to USA Today’s Christine Brennan, you couldn’t be more mistaken.

By Curtis Houck | | June 9, 2016 | 9:15 PM EDT

Fox News reporters and a select number of others have been known to grill White House Press Secretaries in the Obama years and Thursday saw another installment as the Fox News Channel’s chief Washington correspondent James Rosen hammered current Press Secretary Josh Earnest on subjects ranging from President Obama’s Hillary Clinton endorsement to her e-mail scandal.


By Matthew Balan | | June 9, 2016 | 8:59 PM EDT

Miguel Almaguer touted "medical aid in dying" in California on Thursday's NBC Nightly News, as the state's new assisted suicide law went into effect. Almaguer showed a clear slant towards proponents of the legislation by playing four soundbites from supporters, versus only two from opponents. He also failed to mention that one booster of the new law was involved in a lawsuit against California's state government to gain the so-called "freedom to control her death."

By Dylan Gwinn | | June 9, 2016 | 7:22 PM EDT

The theme from Wednesday night’s edition of TLC’s I Am Jazz, titled “The Hate Is Real,” is that delusion, high drama, and child-drugging are apparently not only acceptable, but parent-approved.

By Randy Hall | | June 9, 2016 | 7:08 PM EDT

Just one day after Fed Up, the 2014 documentary on obesity and the food industry produced and narrated by Yahoo! Global News Anchor Katie Couric was criticized for “deceptive editing,” the Weinstein Company – which is the film's distributor –  called for two interviews to be taken down from the YouTube website where the movie is available for viewing.

According to an article by Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon website, Yahoo lists the “takedown” request as “manually detected” even though the news site “initiated a counter-notification requesting that the videos be reinstated on fair use grounds since the videos are the subject of a news report.”

By Matthew Balan | | June 9, 2016 | 5:31 PM EDT

As of Thursday afternoon, the Big Three networks, along with CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News, have yet to air one segment or news brief on the Associated Press's Wednesday report that spotlighted that "the names of CIA personnel could have been hackers who may have penetrated Hillary Clinton's private computer server or the State Department system." There were only passing mentions of the AP scoop on Thursday's Fox & Friends on Fox News Channel, and by a conservative guest on Wednesday's Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN.

By Curtis Houck | | June 9, 2016 | 4:49 PM EDT

Less than 24 hours before President Barack Obama came out to endorse Hillary Clinton for president, MSNBC host Chris Matthews ended Wednesday night’s Hardball by complaining that the American people (and presumably the media too) didn’t spend enough time on Tuesday “salut[ing]” Clinton for what she’s “accomplished in this historic struggle” for women’s rights.

By Sam Dorman | | June 9, 2016 | 4:22 PM EDT

Disney’s CEO apparently doesn’t sing “Hakuna Matata” when reviewing his company’s taxes. The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger slammed the U.S. tax system as “ridiculously complex,” and said the country’s high corporate rate was “anti-competitive.”

By Scott Whitlock | | June 9, 2016 | 4:18 PM EDT

The New York Times on Thursday offered a front-page story hailing Hillary Clinton’s coming nomination as “the thunderbolt of history.” Despite the fact that this was an article on how not all Americans are happy with her rise, the story by Patrick Healy and Sheryl Gay Stolberg focused on Democratic voices, mostly avoiding Republicans who dislike Clinton’s liberal politics. 

By Curtis Houck | | June 9, 2016 | 3:48 PM EDT

The cable networks ran a full-court press in covering President Obama’s endorsement on Thursday afternoon of Hillary Clinton with MSNBC giving Brian Williams the keys to the network for a few hours and, in the first 10 minutes, he seemed to blame talk radio for not reminding voters of Donald Trump’s birtherim enough that was, in his words, an “original sin.”

By P.J. Gladnick | | June 9, 2016 | 2:57 PM EDT

Sneaky, sneaky, sneaky.

Oh Politico! You're going to have to wake up a lot earlier in the morning to sneak a fast one by your humble correspondent. And in this case, Politico tried to sneak a major story change by at 1:18 in the afternoon. What happened is that at 12:48 PM today, Politico published a story about Bernie Sanders staying in the race. That is big news since it means that Sanders will probably stick it out until he goes to the Democrat convention in late July. However, if you now go to the story, you will see that Sanders will probably exit from the race soon. So what happened? Politico completely changed both the headline and the first couple of paragraphs of the story with a 1:18 update to give it an almost completely new meaning. First let us analyze the two headlines starting with the original which was replaced a half hour later:

By Mairead McArdle | | June 9, 2016 | 2:52 PM EDT

Even a consistently dishonest politician will do to represent women in the government, according to top women in Hollywood.

Hillary Clinton has become the standard bearer for women in the world of politics, despite the many unresolved controversies surrounding her rise. 

By Katie Yoder | | June 9, 2016 | 2:16 PM EDT

The pro-life movement doesn’t just have science on its side. It also has heart. During Fox & Friends Thursday, co-host Ainsley Earhardt turned to the viral story of a mother who penned a “powerful message” to the doctor that suggested she abort her baby with Down syndrome. Earhardt invited the mother, Courtney Baker, on the show with her now 15-month-old daughter Emersyn (Emmy). 

By Matthew Balan | | June 9, 2016 | 1:03 PM EDT

CNN's New Day apparently can't get enough of "enhancing" footage of a triumphant Hillary Clinton at her Tuesday victory rally, as the newscast on Thursday gave the video of the Democratic presidential candidate a sparkle/shimmer effect, while darkening the cheering crowd in the background. This modified video excerpt aired a day after the program gave Mrs. Clinton a "golden god" glow using the same clip.

By Tom Blumer | | June 9, 2016 | 12:53 PM EDT

In news which appears to have first become known to the general public at the Financial Times on Wednesday, research done by Goldman Sachs indicates that the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, has led to more involuntary part-time employment — something which the Act's proponents claimed is something that wouldn't happen, and still insist hasn't happened. How much more? According to the Times, "The New York investment bank reckons “a few hundred thousand workers might be working part-time involuntarily” as a result of the legislation’s employer mandate."