James O'Keefe promotes project.

Here's What You Need To Know About Project Veritas

The organization, founded by James O'Keefe, makes a lot of money trying to take down news outlets and liberal groups.

 | Casey Mendoza

Prescription medication

Drug Advertisement Spending Continues To Skyrocket

The FDA allows U.S. drug advertisers to air commercials before it's reviewed them.

 | Alexandra Miller

Charlie Rose speaks onstage during The 74th Annual Peabody Awards Ceremony.

Charlie Rose Fired By CBS Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

The news comes just one day after a Washington Post article in which several women accused Rose of making unwanted advances.

 | Briana Koeneman

Glenn Thrush sits in the White House press room.

NYT Suspends Glenn Thrush Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Vox published a report Monday detailing several women's accounts of alleged sexual misconduct by Glenn Thrush. Now, he's suspended.

 | Lindsey Pulse

TV host and journalist Charlie Rose

Veteran TV Host Charlie Rose Suspended After Sexual Harassment Claims

Eight women told The Washington Post that Rose had harassed or groped them.

 | Gabrielle Ware

David Litt in the White House with President Obama

Making The President Hilarious: A Former Speechwriter Tells His Story

David Litt led the way on four Correspondents dinners and wrote countless speeches for President Obama — we discussed his time in the White House.

 | Jamal Andress

Roy Moore speaks at a Baptist church in Alabama

Roy Moore Says He's Being 'Harassed' By The Media

The U.S. Senate hopeful criticized the media's reports of sexual misconduct allegations against him and says he wants to focus on the "issues."

 | Lindsey Pulse

People hold a Russian flag

US Mass Media Outlets May Have To Register As Foreign Agents In Russia

Russia's lower house of parliament passed a bill that would let authorities force certain foreign outlets working there to register.

 | Lindsey Pulse

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian News Outlet RT America Will Register As A Foreign Agent

The U.S. Justice Department reportedly gave RT America until Nov. 13 to register, or it could face consequences.

 | Lindsey Pulse

DNAInfo And Gothamist Staffers Protest Decision To Close Down Local Papers

DNAinfo, Gothamist Closings Highlight An Issue With Local News

The recent shutdowns of hyperlocal news sites DNAinfo and Gothamist highlight a larger issue with making local news sustainable.

 | Cat Sandoval

Promotional posters for upcoming Disney movies

Disney Ends Its Ban On The LA Times After Major Backlash

Film critics across the country stood in solidarity with the Los Angeles Times after Disney blacklisted the publication.

 | Katherine Biek and Gabrielle Ware

Alex Jones promotes supplements on his InfoWars program

InfoWars Supplements Could Contain High Levels Of Lead

Alex Jones warns of government conspiracies that he claims harm human fertility, but a study shows some of his products contain sperm-damaging lead.

 | Liz Wahl

Barstool Sports' "Saturdays Are For the Boys" slogan printed on an RV

ESPN Canceled Its Newest Sports Talk Show After Only 1 Episode

The cancellation is less about the show itself and more about the brand it's associated with.

 | Carter Woodiel

Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly

Report: Fox Knew About Settlement When It Renewed O'Reilly's Contract

The company reportedly knew Bill O'Reilly had recently settled in a harassment case when it gave him a $7 million raise.

 | Gabrielle Ware

President Donald Trump

Trump Questions NBC's TV License Over A News Story

Trump is pushing back against NBC News' report that he called for a nearly tenfold increase in the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

 | Matt Picht

People attend vigil for victims of Las Vegas shooting.

Should Mental Health Be The Focus After Mass Shootings?

Experts say the focus on mental illness after mass shootings adds to the stigma of people with mental illnesses.

 | Casey Mendoza

White House press briefing

Former Employee Says Sputnik Is Under FBI And DOJ Investigation

The media outlet was listed as a part of Russia's "multifaceted" influence campaign in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

 | Jake Jones

Eric Bolling takes a phone call in Trump Tower.

Eric Bolling Out At Fox News Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

After Eric Bolling was accused of sending lewd photos to several co-workers, Fox News announced it's parting ways with the host.

 | Grant Suneson

Models walk the runway for a Dior fashion show

These Major Fashion Brands Are Banning Size 0 Requirements For Models

Luxury fashion groups Kering and LVMH teamed up to improve models' working conditions.

 | Casey Mendoza

U.N. official Zeid Ra'ad Zeid Al-Hussein speaking

A Top UN Official Condemned Trump's 'Poisonous' Criticism Of The Press

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said he believes President Trump's repeated criticism of the media could be dangerous.

 | Briana Koeneman

Neo-Nazis using YouTube for propaganda

Pro-Russian Bots Are Helping The White Nationalist Cause

After Charlottesville, researchers say they're joining forces online.

 | Getty Images

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor

Mayweather Made At Least 3 Times More Than McGregor For 'Money Fight'

Ten rounds, two smiles and a hug ended the weekslong drama that built up to the "Money Fight."

 | Jake Jones

Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds in "The Hitman's Bodyguard"

'The Hitman's Bodyguard' Kills Box-Office Hopes For 'Logan Lucky'

Despite a score on the low end of the Tomatometer, "The Hitman's Bodyguard" scored high marks where it counts: the ticket counter.

 | Jamal Andress

President Donald Trump golfing

How Much Does President Trump Golf? It's Hard To Keep Track

When asked by the press, the White House often refuses to confirm when the president golfs or whom he golfs with.

 | Ryan Biek

Eric Bolling on Fox News

Fox News' Eric Bolling Seeking $50M In Damages Over Lewd Text Story

The journalist who wrote about Fox News host Eric Bolling sending inappropriate text messages to his female co-workers received a court summons.

 | Briana Koeneman

President Donald Trump

After Criticizing Leaks, Trump Retweeted A Story With Classified Info

President Trump retweeted a Fox News story with classified information in it. Last week, his administration pledged to crack down on leaks.

 | Grant Suneson

The Facebook logo is reflected in the eye of a girl.

The Alt-Left Media: One More Sign People Are Looking For Echo Chambers

The alt-right got a lot of attention in 2016, but the alt-left has been around longer. And critics say it also peddles fake stories to eager readers.

 | Chance Seales

Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey in "The Dark Tower"

'The Dark Tower' Takes An Unsatisfying No. 1 Spot Bow At Box Office

With an 18 percent Rotten Tomatoes score and a mediocre $19.5 million weekend, "The Dark Tower" struggled its way into first place.

 | Jamal Andress

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

For The First Time, Jeff Bezos Became Forbes' Richest Person

On Thursday, the Amazon CEO topped Forbes' list of richest people for the first time — a result of Amazon's exploding growth.

 | Ryan Biek

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer takes questions during a press briefing.

Tweets Praise Reporter For Streaming 'Off-Camera' White House Briefing

Ksenija Pavlovic used the Periscope app to stream live audio from Wednesday's briefing with deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

 | Briana Koeneman