“This case should have been decided by a jury of [her] peers, not judges who cut off my client’s constitutional rights to be heard,” Luhn’s lawyer said.
Lloyd Grove is editor at large for The Daily Beast. Formerly a contributor to New York magazine and a contributing editor for Condé Nast Portfolio, he wrote a gossip column for the New York Daily News from 2003 to 2006. Prior to that, he wrote the Reliable Source column for The Washington Post, where he spent 23 years covering politics, the media, and other subjects.
The comedian suggested the biggest social-media companies should be held accountable for enabling lies that have led to the deadly Capitol riot and other violent events.
Reporter Seung Min Kim faced a “bad faith effort at intimidation” by supporters of an embattled Biden nominee. Her transgression? Performing a basic function of her job.
The powerful ex-producer’s gossipy book—sure to elicit indignation—dishes dirt on some iconic names and relays some unpleasant anecdotes, including one gross story involving Trump.
Marrying shock-jock bravado with incendiary right-wing rhetoric, Limbaugh became AM radio's most popular talk-show host and took an entire political party with him.
The WH press no longer faces the non-stop barrage of personal attacks from Trump flacks, but its relationship with Bidenworld hasn’t been entirely free of antagonism.