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Could political advertising save legacy media?

For the last several years, an ongoing battle has been waged for the future of local marketing. It took about a decade, but it now seems as though the “legacy”…

Best moments from Obama’s appearance on ‘Between Two Ferns’

President Obama's appearance on Zach Galifianakis's notoriously awkward “Between Two Ferns” went live this morning, and I now take back everything I've ever said about this show — it's hilarious.…

Chris Christie at CPAC: Good message, wrong messenger

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke to the Conservative Political Action Committee on Thursday, delivering a speech that encouraged party unity and a renewed effort to take on the media.…

Internet lampoons David Cameron for selfie tweet

British Prime Minister David Cameron decided to tweet a photo of himself talking about the crisis in Ukraine with President Obama. The original picture was pretty hilarious, but the responses…

Venezuela receives paltry coverage as violence continues

More than two weeks ago protestors took to the streets in Venezuela, and nobody in the United States media noticed. …

#SochiProblems: American’s aren’t ‘whiny,’ the criticism is par for the course

An article by Sarah Kaufman of PolicyMic is making its rounds on Facebook lately. It’s called “#SochiProblems Is More of An Embarrassment For America Than It Is For Russia.” Taken…

How the Politically Inclined celebrate Valentine’s Day

Ah, Valentine's Day. The day of the year when those who are single are made to feel even more alone, and coupled people are made to feel inadequate. It's a…

Syria’s ‘Monuments Men': Hollywood’s unintentional affect on Syria

The release of George Clooney’s new movie this weekend may have a positive affect on the Syrian conflict, according to UNESCO Assistant-Director for Culture, Francesco Bandarin.…

The American people’s Springer-esque romance with Washington

As a college student over winter break, I indulged in many different activities to quell my overwhelming boredom. Besides lying on Facebook about reading for fun and studying German, I…

Upworthy’s popularity shows unflattering reality of American ‘news’ consumption

Upworthy.com — a left-leaning site that aims to “make important stuff as viral as a video of some idiot surfing off his roof" by providing ultra-clickable videos and stories —…