Top editors reflect on 2016 coverage and share new year's resolutions for 2017; new hopes that U.S. journalist Austin Tice, missing since 2012, is alive in Syria; why Russia will be a huge story in 2017.
Dissecting Russian hacking report; Donald Trump promises a post-election press conference, threatens a leak investigation and meets with Graydon Carter; Megyn Kelly's move to NBC; Fox's new prime-time lineup; Sean Hannity vs. Joe Scarborough.
Columnist Charles Blow; White House Correspondent Jeff Mason; Editor-in-Chief of The Washington Free Beacon, Matthew Continetti; Women in the World founder, Tina Brown; Angie Drobnic Holan; Glenn Kessler; Matthew Garrahan.
Trump's learning curve; actions versus words; alternative realities about the news; covering "the theater of war"; whether saying "sorry" can save Sean Spicer's job; reporting on Trump's "forgotten men and women."
President Trump's credibility crisis; media outlets in denial over President Trump; Melissa McCarthy brings back Sean Spicer on "SNL"; differences and similarities between Nixon and Trump; reporter arrested for yelling questions.
Newsman's assessment of the ever-changing President Donald Trump news cycle; fairness of the coverage of Trump and James Comey; Roger Ailes' death and Fox's future; whether to trust anonymous sources; slain DNC staffer's family demands retraction.
Sr. International Corr. Clarissa Ward; Political Analyst Carl Bernstein; Media Critic at The Baltimore Sun David Zurawik; Chief Political Columnist John Gizzi; Washington Corr. for New York Magazine Olivia Nuzzi.
Secrecy around the White House; President avoids questions about Comey tapes; administration's first charges against a leaker; re-evaluating protecting sources; why political satire is harder in this era of President Trump.
Coverage of Donald Trump Jr. meeting and Jared Kushner's role; White House briefings and if they are becoming irrelevant; parallels between reporting during Watergate and today; pro-Trump media's efforts to discredit Russia reporting.
Reporting reveals misleading comments from President Trump and his spokespeople; press freedom groups cry foul; only one solo presidential press conference in 200 days; lawsuit claims Fox News concocted Seth Rich story.
The president calls journalists sick people; news coverage of questions about Trump's fitness; Breitbart editor pledges to do Bannon's "dirty work"; why Princess Diana is still a media focus 20 years after her death.
President Trump says the media doesn't give him enough credit; the Russia investigation news; journalists who doubled as rescuers during Hurricane Harvey; lessons from covering Hurricane Katrina being applied to Hurricane Harvey.
President Trump versus the First Amendment; legendary newsman talks about today's news Overload; latest on the Harvey Weinstein scandal; inside the New York Times investigation of Weinstein; Starbucks founder gets into the news business.
Press secretary says it's "highly inappropriate" to question a four-star general; Bill O'Reilly pays a hefty settlement for a sex-harassment claim; attorney general says he can't rule out jail time for journalists.
Jeffery Berry and Sarah Sobieraj on Gabriel Sherman's new book about Roger Ailes "The Loudest Voice in the Room"; Michael Crowley on the Chris Christie scandal; Sherif Mansour on reporters in Egypt; Jacquelyn Martin on AP photo of homeless man.
Transgender issues in the media after Grantland blogger's suicide; treatment of female reporters and bloggers online;.media coverage of the arrest of pop star Justin Bieber; tour of Comcast headquarters.
Should the voices of the pundits, experts and reporters who filled the airwaves before the 2003 Iraq war be heard today; media's portrayal of Islam; Verdict due in Peter Greste case; return of LeVar Burton's Reading Rainbow.
Diane Sawyer, out; David Muir, in; Quinnipiac poll rates Obama as the worst president since World War II but said the same about George W. Bush; Facebook's ethics; reporter becomes addicted to crack while covering rising drug rate story.
Reporting on ISIS; media coverage of James Foley; dangers journalists face while on assignment; controversy over execution video of journalist James Foley on social media; police vs media in Ferguson; ISIS in social media.
How radical Islamists spread their messages; Red News/Blue News: is ISIS threat to homeland overblown; How coverage of Israel is framed; reaction in Hollywood to Joan Rivers' hospitalization; criticism of proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.
The new host of NBC's "Meet the Press" discusses his first show and the program's future; two former White House press secretaries on President Obama's media strategy; is the press overreacting to the ISIS threat?
NFL players on the NFL scandal coverage; sports journalists treating NFL with kid gloves; reporters learning the truth about ISIS; public talk of ISIS threat to U.S. a farce; lone anti-war voice in Congress; power of video.
Air strikes in Syria: journalism, skepticism and patriotism in a time of war; what it's like to be quoted in ISIS propaganda; ESPN suspends Bill Simmons; anchor outspoken about immigration reform; Miss America 2015 vs. Jezebel.
Does ISIS have rules for journalists; a clinical look at fears of Ebola and ISIS extemism; a conversation with actor Jeremy Renner and director Michael Cuesta on the journalistic lessons behind their new film "Kill the Messenger."
Protesters and media in Ferguson, Mo.; New York Times reporter vs. China's press issues; How academics and comedians turned net neutrality into national news; Shoddy reporting spurs Pointergate scandal in Minneapolis.
Journalists Carlos Lozada, Molly Ball, Ana Marie Cox and Leela de Kretser on the Spitzer and Weiner post-scandal comebacks; Bill Lamb on the term "Breaking News"; Louise Mensch on Rupert Murdoch facing Parliament.
Media coverage on 60 Minutes Benghazi correction; lack of media coverage on United Nations climate change meeting; Philippines typhoon; Obamacare; Richard Cohen 'Race' article; PG-13 study; 50th anniversary of JFK assassination.
Martin Bashir's apology to Sarah Palin; Convicted murderer as candidate for City Council; BuzzFeed's new International Women's Rights correspondent; Bloomberg news quashed story to avoid angering Chinese government; Box Office race comparisons.