Conservatives have always accused the liberal media of kissing up to Democrats – and now there's a literal example.
Good Housekeeping is getting attention for its coverage of climate change. One critic thinks the article, while "short and sweet," dumbs down a complex issue to the point where it's misleading.
A media analyst says network TV coverage of the 2016 presidential election is painting Republican candidates as ultra-conservatives while hiding that the first Democrat candidate, Hillary Clinton, is ultra-liberal.
AFA has joined other conservative groups in opposing an ABC sitcom pilot that is based on the life of a man who has a well-documented reputation of showing hate toward Christians and conservatives.
It's been more than two years since “The Bible” series debuted on the History Channel and it's still making an impact.
A "bestseller list" for conservative books has been launched as an alternative to The New York Times.
A controversial reality show on A&E has been canceled after only two episodes.
A media analyst says Rolling Stone magazine is not the only one to blame for its false story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
A media watchdog group says the latest flap with Indiana and Arkansas over religious freedom has allowed the media to reveal its true colors.
Two conservative groups are joining forces to oppose an ABC sitcom pilot based on the life of a homosexual activist that the groups describe as a hateful bully. (Caution: This story contains terminology and references that some may find offensive.)
An FCC decision to fine a Virginia TV station hundreds of thousands of dollars for violating the broadcast indecency law is being hailed as a victory for families.
After decades of myths Hollywood has projected over the big screen and broadcast waves about Noah, one Christian organization has set out to pull the plug on the flood of lies and steer the Ark back on its biblical course.
A conservative TV watchdog is partnering with a media and blogging site for women to advocate for more positive media images of young girls.
An organization that is "dedicated to exposing Big Labor's abuse of the worker center organizational model" is chastising news outlets for reporting a supposed poll of fast-food workers.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission is receiving praise from a watchdog group in the U.S. for its ruling last week that cable and satellite providers must offer subscribers cable choice.
A media analyst says America's media coverage of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent election victory demonstrates its bias against him.