Hosts of the Today Show, Al Roker and Matt Lauer, will be promoting men’s health awareness throughout the month of November.  It is understood that men are typically less likely to seek medical attention, as compared to women.  (I think instead of “No Shave November” they should dub it “No Shame November” to send the message […]

MSNBC decided Friday to take Alec Baldwin’s new show “Up Late” off the air for two weeks, after Baldwin was caught on tape engaging in vulgar language with reporters, according to a New York Times article.  The incident occurred outside of Baldwin’s home in Manhattan on Thursday when a photographer tried to capture pictures of […]

I have never listened to National Public Radio (NPR) before today, for this assignment.  When I do listen to the radio, it’s generally music and not newscasts, but I have heard a few news stations on the radio before.  I would say NPR is different from other radio new stations in the sense that they […]

Richard Cohen, a Tuesday columnist for the Washington Post, has had his fair share of controversy in the past. featured an article yesterday discussing “Cohen’s 10 Worst Moments” throughout the years of his writing.  One cites how he defends a child rapist; another discusses how Cohen himself was accused of sexually harassing a 23-year […]

CBS show “60 Minutes” aired a report on October 27th about the Benghazi terrorist attacks with a source, Dylan Davies.  Now CBS has publicly announced their report was faulty, due to Davies’ false accounts, and is retracting the story.  A Washington Post article has the video of Lara Logan on CBS This Morning apologizing for the […]

A former associate editor of the NY Post, Sandra Guzman, is suing the newspaper and one of its editors, Col Allan, according to a Reuters article.  The reason for the lawsuit:  Guzman said she lost her job at the company because she complained about harassment in the workplace, and also about a demeaning political cartoon […]

A newspaper out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, called The Gazette reported when to turn the clocks back for Daylight Savings Time.  Nothing wrong with that, except it was the wrong day.  According to Jim Romenesko’s blog, Gazette stated it would be today, Sunday, October 27th instead of the actual day next Sunday, November 3rd. This is a well established […]