How radical Islamists spread their messages; Red News/Blue News: is the ISIS "threat to the homeland" overblown? Hollywood reacts to Joan Rivers' hospitalization.
Alec Baldwin goes on another Twitter rant and Texas State Senator Wendy Davis wages an 11-hour filibuster.
ABC and Fox make erroneous arrest reports and Vice magazine's tasteless photo spread.
The Tampa Bay Times exposes America’s worst charities, a CBS reporter’s computer is hacked, a new website highlights news from the past and Scott Pelley fires back at the New York Post.
The "Bag Men" sue The New York Post, the Koch brothers consider buying a newspaper, Keith Olbermann lands a new gig and two television news personalities lose their cool on air.
A controversial documentary featuring David Koch and reliance on prepared text leads reporters to misquote President Obama.
Howard Kurtz breaks down the frenzied coverage of Prince Harry’s U.S. visit and the announcement that Barbara Walters will retire after this year.
Connie Schultz & Howard Kurtz discuss the hits and misses as journalists raced to cover the breaking news out of Cleveland.
Howard Kurtz on NBC's cancellation of Rock Center, Bloomberg reporters' data snooping & the Fox News mole's day in court.
A Politico profile of New York Times editor crosses the line, Reuters fires an indicted social media editor, and local anchor axed for f-bomb on his first day.
Scant coverage for an abortion doctor’s murder trial, a British columnist’s mean-spirited eulogy to Margaret Thatcher and a Foxnews.com reporter avoids jail for protecting her sources.