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By Jorge Bonilla | | January 17, 2017 | 4:22 PM EST

Univision drops a major media bombshell just two weeks after the FCC approved an amendment to the foreign-ownership rule, which enabled Mexican media giant Televisa to acquire a larger stake in the network.

By Sarah Stites | | January 17, 2017 | 3:46 PM EST

If any black entertainers perform at the inauguration, they’ll have rapper Snoop Dogg to deal with. And from the sound of things, it won’t be pretty.

By Matt Philbin | | January 17, 2017 | 2:51 PM EST

Here’s a question nobody is asking – at least, no sane person: “When straight men kiss, is it good for LGBT equality or a step back?” That’s the actual title of a Washington Post article Jan. 17. Apparently, actors Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield kissed during the Golden Globes. Why? Who knows? But it upset The Post’s David Oliver, and not in the way it would upset most guys.

By Alatheia Nielsen | | January 17, 2017 | 2:29 PM EST

After the election of Donald Trump, liberal groups are banding together to document hate crimes. At least ones that impact liberal victim groups. ProPublica, a left-wing nonprofit media outlet funded by George Soros, just launched a brand new project called “Documenting Hate.”

By Katie Yoder | | January 17, 2017 | 1:49 PM EST

It isn’t just the Women’s March on Washington that’s excluding pro-life women; the liberal media are doing the same during their nationally broadcast coverage of the event.

By Matthew Balan | | January 17, 2017 | 1:13 PM EST

Marc Lamont Hill launched an inflammatory attack on another guest on Monday's CNN Tonight as part of a diatribe against Donald Trump. Hill claimed that the President-Elect's meetings with African American celebrities were "demeaning" to blacks: "Bring some people up there with some expertise...don't just bring up people to entertain." The BET News host unleashed after Trump supporter Bruce LeVell defended the billionaire: "It was a bunch of mediocre Negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo-op for Donald Trump's exploitative campaign against black people. And you are the prime example of that."

By Katie Yoder | | January 17, 2017 | 12:58 PM EST

Planned Parenthood is more than just a partner for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington.

To begin his Sunday segment, MSNBC Richard Lui described the women’s march as an event that “started out as a rallying cry for women to show their solidarity against Trump” before turning to Linda Sarsour, the national co-chair of the Women's March on Washington, for more information.

By Kyle Drennen | | January 17, 2017 | 12:44 PM EST

Appearing on Tuesday’s NBC Today to promote a new musical version of his film A Bronx Tale on Broadway, actor Robert De Niro also jumped at the chance to delve into politics, voicing his support for Democrats who plan to boycott Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday.

By Scott Whitlock | | January 17, 2017 | 12:38 PM EST

Disgraced journalist Brian Williams on Monday offered up a glowing documentary on Barack Obama that censored the President’s numerous scandals and controversies. Talking to historian Michael Beschloss, Williams flatly declared, “There has been no personal scandal. This has been a president whose behavior has been important to him.” The historian agreed, responding, “There was no personal scandal that attached to him and when you think about the presidency in recent decades, that's an achievement.” 

By Sarah Stites | | January 17, 2017 | 12:37 PM EST

Chelsea Handler wants to teach Donald Trump—America’s “Predator-in-Chief”—a lesson. 

By Alexis Thomasi | | January 17, 2017 | 11:41 AM EST

On Monday afternoon, Hallie Jackson attempted to force Congresswoman Barbara Lee into asserting that Donald Trump’s presidency would be illegitimate come inauguration day. Jackson seemed to think if she brought up Congressman John Lewis’s assertions and other opinions of Lee’s colleagues, that her comments would follow suit. To Jackson’s disappointment, the Congresswoman would not say that Trump’s Presidency would be, or should be, considered illegitimate on January 20th.

By Tom Blumer | | January 17, 2017 | 11:29 AM EST

On January 13, Kevin Freking at the Associated Press reported that Congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.) would be "joining several other Democrats who have decided to boycott" the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump. It further reported that Lewis "said it will be the first inauguration he has missed in three decades as Democrats and Republicans took the oath of office." The fact is that John Lewis boycotted the inauguration of George W. Bush in 2001 in very outspoken fashion. The AP has yet to correct the record — and that fact that it did not directly quote Lewis does not absolve them of that obligation. Additionally, the AP also reported Tuesday morning that no other congressman failed to attend Bush 43's inauguration. Contemporaneous post-inauguration news reports indicate that others besides Lewis were also absent.

By Kristine Marsh | | January 17, 2017 | 10:33 AM EST

CNN’s Jake Tapper was Seth Meyers’ guest on Monday night’s Late Night, where he talked about Trump’s relationship with the press. More specifically, last week’s press conference, where Trump refused to call on CNN reporter Jim Acosta, calling his outlet “fake news.” Meyers tried to get Tapper to hype up the incident as unique to Trump’s (near) presidency, but Tapper explained that Obama has done the exact same thing.

By Sam Dorman | | January 17, 2017 | 10:28 AM EST

Appearing on Cavuto: Coast to Coast, MRC Vice President of Business and Culture Dan Gainor criticized journalists for assuming they deserved a place in the White House press corps. Coast to Coast host Neil Cavuto reported Jan. 16, that President-elect Donald Trump provoked a “hellacious reaction” when he proposed doubling the size of the White House press corps. 

By Tim Graham | | January 17, 2017 | 9:57 AM EST

Washington Post reporter Paul Schwartzman wrote an article on how deeply Democratic D.C. was observing the Trump inauguration. He began with how disgusted "Mindy Moretti, a writer and editor residing in the District, reserved a rental car that she intends to load with her mutt Maisey and an overnight bag to drive out of Washington just before Donald Trump is sworn in as president."

The Post is hiding a little secret. It turns out that Mindy Moretti is the editor of a supposedly neutral website for political junkies called ElectionLine.org. The site announces it's "the nation's only nonpartisan, non-advocacy clearinghouse for election reform news and information."