"CNN’s own journalists...express guarded optimism that Lewandowski could be an asset to the network’s campaign coverage."
CNN staffers are just fine with Corey Lewandowski's hire
BuzzFeed to social platforms: More transparency, please
BuzzFeed boss Ben Smith and lawyer Nabiha Syed want social platforms to be more transparent about why they choose to block and ban users.
Discontent, but no revolt, brewing over CNN's decision to hire Trump aide
Some employees at CNN aren't thrilled that the company hired Donald Trump's famously press-averse campaign manager, but reporting shows they're not planning an out-an-out revolt, as a New York Post item suggested.
Ask the ethicist: Should CNN have hired Corey Lewandowski?
Should the media get live cameras in the House? For C-SPAN, it's a battle long fought — and lost
Man falsely connected to Orlando shooting by Fox News receives death threats
"On Sunday afternoon, I started seeing all these news reports claiming I’d been rounded up in connection with the shooting of 50 people. I read this and thought it was crazy and started to panic."
Donald Trump: Punisher-in-chief?
"The all-but-confirmed standard-bearer of one of the United States’s two major political parties is actively stripping credentials from news organizations that report things that he deems unfair or inaccurate."
Why Donald Trump pulled The Post's credentials
The Post's media columnist explains.
New York Times editor: After Orlando shooting, don't editorialize on social media
Ask the Ethicist: When it comes to breaking news, should you admit you might be wrong?
Who wrote that op-ed? The New York Times isn’t sure.
"The New York Times has sparked an international incident by publishing an op-ed article under the byline of a foreign official who never agreed to it, according to his supporters."
The media is on the edge of a Murrow moment
"Over the past week or so, today’s media seems to be having a bit of its own Murrow moment, directly confronting presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and his high-level supporters with charges of racism."
Media calls the race for Clinton
They're counting superdelegates, which Bernie Sanders supporters say is misleading. "...Sure enough, The A.P., CNN and other outlets repeatedly included cautionary language in reports on Monday night. But to ignore the delegate math, they say, would be misleading and wrong."
Ask the ethicist: Should BuzzFeed turn down ads for Donald Trump?
Should the media band together to defend itself from Trump?
That the question put forth by Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan, who goes over the media's possible responses to Donald Trump's all-out assault. "We’ve never seen a candidate like Trump before. Like all the candidates, he needs to be held accountable."