The Peacock Network celebrated the 70th anniversary of the 'NBC Nightly News' this week. The program began in 1948 when it was known as the 'NBC Television Newsreel.'
I've seen news viewers complaining on social media about how much journalists are reporting about the flu. Guess what: it's...
From time to time, I'll see a television news personality post about receiving rude Facebook comments about their appearance. Women seem to be a bigger target than men.
This week, reports of presidential profanity left major news outlets with some tough decisions on how to cover what was allegedly said.
'Today' anchor Matt Lauer, who replaced Bryant Gumbel in 1997, is the second high-profile journalist to be fired over sexual misconduct allegations in two weeks.
The sudden firing of Charlie Rose by both CBS News and PBS left his colleagues and his fans reeling as they struggled to process shocking allegations.
By now, you've probably seen the conspiracy theory about the military shutting down the power grid and disabling all cell phones and computers.
Those of us in the southeast have seen long hours of weather coverage this week on Hurricane Irma as forecast tracks shifted from North Carolina to Florida.
A series of fake hurricane posts on social media are getting lots of attention because of scare tactics and conspiracy...
The National Weather Center has added the term 'potential tropical cyclone' to its arsenal...and there's a good reason for it.
A few simple questions about news stories could force would-be commenters to show they actually read and understand what they're talking about first.