Brian Williams blasted One America News on his MSNBC show after Reuters found AT&T helped create and fund the network.
The Fox News personality's old comments come back to haunt him in the montage released by media watchdog Media Matters for America.
Australia’s high court ruled earlier this month that publishers were legally responsible for comments added to their posts, even if stories were accurate.
They say if you’re going through hell to keep going.
The Tokyo bronze medalist vented on social media about interviews with athletes "before they have time to process anything."
"I've done plenty of gross things without a mask on," one pundit responded to Marie Harf's declaration.
"He is the most irresponsible representative of Wisconsin citizens since the infamous Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy in the 1950s," wrote the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The president's "biggest scandals" this month include using notes during a meeting and whispering.
Jim Acosta asked the question during an event in Weslaco, Texas, featuring Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and the former president.
"When I travel around the country now, I feel as though people can breathe again," the first lady said in a Vogue cover profile.
When Trump’s former national security adviser was told his proposed title had a sexual connotation, he reportedly told publishers their minds were "in the gutter."
"The Late Show" host also tore into QAnon enthusiast Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The Fox News host alleged on-air that the Biden administration was spying on him.
The CNN anchor told the former president that, had he incited and inspired a deadly riot, he "might not be out there bragging about how many viewers it had."
Attorney Katy O’Donnell said her client, Jarrod Ramos, is not criminally responsible of killing five people at a Maryland newspaper due to mental illness.
"The Biden administration is spying on us," the Fox News host said. "We have confirmed that."
“My heart goes out to Britney. She deserves all the TRUE love and support in the world," Aguilera wrote of her former "Mickey Mouse Club" co-star.
The Texas GOP senator's attempt to slam White House press secretary Jen Psaki didn't go well.
The "Late Show" host even broke out his lighter for the event.
Former attorney general gets caught trying to rewrite his own history when it comes to Trump's election lies.