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By Jorge Bonilla | | October 14, 2016 | 10:28 AM EDT

Some fascinating nuggets emerge from next week's Bloomberg Businessweek cover story - a feature on Univision Executive Chairman and Clinton Foundation megadonor Haim Saban. Chief among them, that Univision is in fact what we thought it was.

By Melissa Mullins | | October 14, 2016 | 9:40 AM EDT

You’d think reporters and “journalists” such as CBS/PBS host Charlie Rose would want to spend their time reporting actual news like, in-depth stories on all the bombs dropped by Wikileaks about the lies, corruption and cover-ups by Hillary Clinton. But Rose would rather spend his time interviewing a robot. Some robot answers made no sense, and other times producers at 60 Minutes professed shock at “her” ability to converse with Rose, “one of the great conversationalists in journalism.”

By Tom Blumer | | October 14, 2016 | 8:31 AM EDT

On Bill Press's radio and Free Speech TV show, D.C. nonvoting congressional representative Eleanor Holmes Norton proved that Michelle Obama's recent admonition that "when they go low we stay high" is something the left pretends to advocate in theory but almost never follows in practice.

Moments after quoting Ms. Obama, Ms. Norton, who no one will mistake for a supermodel, began making insulting, derogatory comments about the appearance of women present at the second presidential debate who are hostile to the Clintons.

By Brad Wilmouth | | October 14, 2016 | 8:24 AM EDT

As Wednesday's CBS Evening News ran portions of an interview with the widow of Charlotte police shooting victim Keith Lamont Scott, conspicuously absent from the report was the portion of the interview in which CBS's Gayle King asked about her husband's violent past which had resulted in his wife seeking a protective order against him last year. After being omitted on the CBS Evening News, that portion of the interview did appear the next day on CBS This Morning.

A couple of weeks ago, the CBS Evening News was notably one of the broadcast news shows that neglected to inform viewers about revelations that Keith Scott had a criminal history which involved not only a conviction for shooting a man and shooting at police officers, but also more recently of violent behavior toward his wife and child. The evening news cast still has not filled in viewers on that relevant criminal history in spite of their revisiting the story on Wednesday.

By Dan Gainor | | October 14, 2016 | 7:33 AM EDT

Editor’s Note: Normal people might find some of this offensive. (We hope. Dear Lord, please!)

I like vanilla. I have all my life. Even when I like spin-off ice cream flavors, they usually feature vanilla -- chocolate chip, cookies and cream, etc. Only vanilla is no longer an option in 2016 America.

By Karen Townsend | | October 14, 2016 | 2:41 AM EDT

Remember when How to Get Away with Murder's creator, Peter Nowalk, promised to use gay sex "to right the wrong of all of the straight sex that you see on TV?" On Thursday’s show, he uses a gay threesome as the tonic for Connor's (Jack Falahee) broken heart.

By Lindsay Kornick | | October 14, 2016 | 2:02 AM EDT

Within the first five seconds of Thursday's episode, I was already thankful that the events on Fox's new sports drama Pitch are fictional. Partly because I don’t understand how on earth a 23-year-old girl (sorry, woman, they emphasize) could match up to men twice her size in any sport. But mostly, it’s because I don’t know how long I’d be able to stand the hashtag #PutHerInTheGame

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | October 14, 2016 | 12:38 AM EDT

Ever since The New York Times published numerous sexual assault accusations against Donald Trump on Wednesday the GOP nominee has been threatening the file a lawsuit against paper. In a response to Trump’s threats, the paper’s legal team put out a declaration basically saying “bring it on.” Mark Halperin, the managing editor for Bloomberg Politics, took exception with the Times’ message on Thursday, “What I object to, is that I think the paper is making a big mistake, even though it is the lawyers and not the editors.”

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | October 13, 2016 | 10:48 PM EDT

First Lady Michelle Obama was in New Hampshire Thursday to campaign for Hillary Clinton. While there she unloaded on GOP nominee Donald Trump, “And I can't believe that I'm saying that a candidate for president of the United States has bragged about sexually assaulting women.” Both ABC and NBC couldn’t get enough of it. “And right before Donald Trump took the stage today, we heard from First Lady Michelle Obama....condemning Trump's comments about women in a raw and powerful takedown," hyped Anchor Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News.

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | October 13, 2016 | 10:24 PM EDT

We once scoffed at the suggestion there was some form of a liberal media conspiracy against conservatives. Do liberals meet for breakfast and plan attacks on their ideological foes? Of course not, we’d answer. It’s not a conspiracy. It’s a mindset wherein what is liberal is good, and what is conservative is in opposition to what is good. 

No, apparently it was a conspiracy after all. The latest e-mails emerging from WikiLeaks have brought in the evidence. There is an unquestionable collusion between “objective” journalists and the Clinton campaign.

By Curtis Houck | | October 13, 2016 | 8:53 PM EDT

Somehow trying to spin the Wikileaks document dumps from the e-mail account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta as a positive, MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews ruled on Thursday night that “what I found great about it from the Clinton side was the intelligence of the people inside” in their self-evaluation of their candidate’s messaging.

By Brent Baker | | October 13, 2016 | 7:37 PM EDT

In his April 26, 2015 This Week interview with Peter Schweizer, author of Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos acted as if he was Hillary’s Clinton’s defense lawyer cross-examining an adverse witness as he repeatedly interrupted and argued with Schweizer. Now we know, thanks to WikiLeaks, what many long suspected: ABC’s lead anchor was very possibly working off talking points provided by Hillary for America.

By NB Staff | | October 13, 2016 | 7:20 PM EDT

On the Fox Business Network (FBN) early Thursday evening, Media Research Center Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham emphasized that, aside from the leaked Clinton campaign e-mails coming from Wikileaks, they nonetheless proved “that the news media is operating hand in glove with the Clintons and that reporters” from outlets like The New York Times “are coming to the Clinton's press aides and going, you can veto our stories.”

By Randy Hall | | October 13, 2016 | 5:01 PM EDT

Ever since WikiLeaks began releasing once-private messages from Hillary Clinton campaign chief John Podesta, people have had even more hard evidence of the mainstream media’s support for and collusion with Democratic Party operatives and campaigns.

One recent example shows CNBC’s Becky Quick -- the co-host of the channel’s popular show Squawk Box and a co-moderator with John Harwood at a 2015 Republican primary debate -- promising to support Sylvia Mathews Burwell, who had just been named the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.

By Matthew Balan | | October 13, 2016 | 4:46 PM EDT

On WMAL's Mornings on the Mall on Thursday, CNN's Jake Tapper revealed his "understanding" about what happened surrounding the leaked town hall question to the Hillary Clinton campaign: "This was a Roland Martin follow-up. So, my understanding is that he, or...somebody on his team got that question to Donna Brazile." Brazile apparently then sent question to Hillary Clinton's campaign, as revealed by Wikileaks' release of John Podesta's e-mails on Tuesday.