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"Now, the front lines in this war against disinformation extend to the phones of all Americans."
By Lee Ferran
Lauer was fired Wednesday after allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
The former "Prairie Home Companion" host told the Associated Press the news via e-mail.
John Skipper's announcement afffects about 150 employees at the network.
The Fox News host is reaching more than 13 million people a day.
“If you can’t think differently about this problem, it’s never going to go away.”
Russian president says move is response to U.S. pressure on his country's media.
Philosophy professor Crispin Sartwell explains why the media is obsessed with public condemnations.
Rose was fired amid sexual misconduct allegations.
CBS News President David Rhodes wrote a note to the staff to tell them about the termination.
Several young female reporters told Vox about their experience with Glenn Thrush.
"She cannot have our words if she cannot respect us," novelist Zinzi Clemmons says.
She spent more than three decades entertaining readers.
Current New York Times books editor to take over after Graydon Carter's 25-year-run.
Deadline got an exclusive interview with the talk-show host and her ratings boost.
This will include on-air talent.
Edward Enninful is the first black man to helm the magazine in its 101-year history.
"This is total surrender," Rupert Murdoch said of the proposed mega-deal.
Glory will be the youngest-ever evening anchor when he takes the chair "sometime later this year."
The actor and "SNL" Emmy winner wrote a fake memoir that looks into everything from Ivanka to decora...