Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn on the controversial report and Hillary Clinton on The Daily Show
Howard Kurtz is leaving CNN and joining Fox News; Geraldo Rivera's Michael Hastings tweet draws backlash.
Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn react to the national media turning on the President
Michael Calderone joins Abby to discuss Howard Kurtz's move from CNN to Fox News.
Howard Kurtz on Fox News' Cliven Bundy coverage.
One of the first people to respond and react to Howard Kurtz's shabby treatment of Pari Bradlee was Bradlee's mother-in-law, Sally Quinn.
Jon Meacham, editor of Newsweek, will anchor a six-hour live webcast covering the Super Tuesday primaries on February 5. The webcast will originate from the Washington Post Newsweek Interactive studios in Arlington, Virginia.The show will have a line-up of reporters and columnists from the Post and Newsweek including Jonathan Alter, Dan Balz, Howard Fineman, Michael Isikoff, Anne Kornblut, Howard Kurtz, Ruth Marcus and Sally Quinn.
One in five U.S. researchers consider leaving due to budget cuts; Obama outlines new executive action on guns; 'Athe1st' vanity plate approved by New Jersey DMV after initial denial; Sally Quinn angered by Howard Kurtz comments on yoga instructor.
Howard Kurtz addressed his error about Jason Collins witholding information about his former engagement to a woman. The mistake led to Kurtz's firing from the Daily Beast. And will Rush Limbaugh--rumored to be fed up with his bosses--leave radio?
Howard Kurtz addressed his error about Jason Collins witholding information about his former engagement to a woman. The mistake led to Kurtz's firing from the Daily Beast. Jack Mirkinson joins Abby on set to discuss.
Fox teases Chelsea Manning segment with Aerosmith's 'Dude (Looks Like A Lady)'; NYT to refer to Manning by preferred name; The Daily Beast could lose $12 million; Howard Kurtz's 'MediaBuzz' to premiere next month; Deep Throat garage to be demolished.
As part of an ongoing series on how candidates use social media this election season, Margaret Warner and journalists Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz of Daily-Download.com discuss how influential the Obama and Romney presidential campaigns are on Twitter. They also examine John Edwards' standing in the Twittersphere.
As part of an ongoing series on how candidates and surrogates use social media this election season, Ray Suarez and journalists Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz of Daily-Download.com discuss the role of Twitter and hashtags to spread or co-opt campaign messages from President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Do 'likes' on Facebook translate to votes? Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn of Daily-Download.com examine that issue with Ray Suarez and also explore why traditional news outlets are partnering with social media sites this election year.
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