The White House's new chief spokeswoman, Kayleigh McEnany, has a flair for confrontational and sometimes untrue assertions on cable news — much like her boss, the president.
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This year's SXSW festival was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now the films that were scheduled to be shown there have the option to be screened on Amazon.
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ESPN's Karl Ravech reports on the cancellation of the SEC Men's Basketball Tournament on March 12, in Nashville. With no live sports to show, the network is scrambling to fill the time. Its offerings now include diversions like cherry pit spitting and marble racing.
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Journalists wearing face masks — in an effort to protect against the coronavirus — gather for a news conference earlier this year in Beijing. Early Wednesday, China said it was planning to pull the press credentials of certain journalists employed by a handful of major U.S.-based newspapers.
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The New York Times' exposé of star litigator David Boies' efforts against Jeffrey Epstein's estate and social circle took inspiration from a source who appears to have lied. Did the reporting hold up?
PBS fired Smiley, pictured in 2016, after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced against the talk show host. During the civil trial, jurors heard from six women who said they were subjected to unwanted sexual advances from him.
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A masked paramilitary policeman stands guard alone at a deserted Tiananmen Gate in Beijing following the coronavirus outbreak. China on Wednesday said it has revoked the press credentials of three U.S. reporters over a headline for an opinion column it deems racist and slanderous.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, accompanied by (from left) Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., and Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., speak to the media on Capitol Hill about the Senate impeachment trial.
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