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Frontline drills deep on how we got from 'hope and change' to Trump

The airwaves are flooded this week with retrospectives on President Obama's eight years in office and worried talk about where we are headed in the next four with Donald Trump. There is not enough time to view all of it -- even on demand. Even though I know four hours is a lot of time to spend...

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  • HBO releases trailer for Barry Levinson's Bernie Madoff film

    HBO released a trailer over the weekend for Barry Levinson's film on Bernie Madoff starring Robert De Niro.

  • BuzzFeed undermines all journalists with Trump 'dossier'

    BuzzFeed undermines all journalists with Trump 'dossier'

    I’ve never had much respect for BuzzFeed. But I have only contempt for it now. And it is not just for publishing information about President-elect Donald Trump and Russia that it did not verify. It’s also for Ben Smith, BuzzFeed’s editor, attempting to explain the move in high-sounding rhetoric...

  • Baltimore's WBAL is back on DirecTV

    Baltimore's WBAL is back on DirecTV

    WBAL is back on DirecTV after Hearst Broadcasting, the owners of the Baltimore station, and the satellite TV service reached a new agreement Saturday on carriage fees. WBAL and 29 other Hearst TV stations have been off DirecTV since the start of the New Year in the dispute. “We regret the inconvenience...

  • What's behind the meteoric rise of Megyn Kelly

    What's behind the meteoric rise of Megyn Kelly

    How did Megyn Kelly get so big so fast? That's the question I've been asking since news broke Tuesday of the 46-year-old anchorwoman walking away from Fox News and a reported four-year $100 million contract to join NBC. On the eve of the launch of "The Kelly File" in October 2013, I predicted success...

  • Greta Van Susteren to MSNBC; Tucker Carlson gets Megyn Kelly's time slot on Fox

    Greta Van Susteren to MSNBC; Tucker Carlson gets Megyn Kelly's time slot on Fox

    It was musical chairs Thursday in the world of cable news with Greta Van Susteren joining MSNBC, while Martha MacCallum got a nighttime show and Tucker Carlson took over Megyn Kelly's time period on Fox. I think the hiring of Van Susteren, most recently of Fox News, is a smart one that suggests MSNBC...

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