Did Fox News Quash Republican Support for the Green New Deal?
New research finds that the cable channel played an important role in shaping opinion about the GND.
Why Transparency Is Necessary for Proper Antitrust Enforcement
As antitrust increasingly becomes a topic of mainstream conversation, it brings with it the political will necessary to ensure vigorous enforcement.
Will the Boycott of the 'New York Post' Over Its Ilhan Omar Cover Work?
Yemeni bodega owners in New York are refusing to sell copies of the Post. Will they encourage the paper to change its editorial policy?
Over a Dozen Companies Have Pulled Their Advertising From Tucker Carlson's Show
Decisions followed a monologue in which Carlson suggested immigrants are making the United States "dirtier."
The Supreme Court Is Set to Decide the Future of Mandatory Arbitration
These binding clauses lock millions of workers and consumers out of the courtroom, and now their legality is being determined by the highest court in the land.
Meet Fox News, Our Director of National Policy
Whoever sets the president's agenda possesses a great deal of power. Often, that role belongs to the major political parties, or the president's most immediate set of advisers—but Trump's relationship with both is tenuous at best.
Did Trump Win Thanks to Voters Who Stumbled Across Fox News?
New research finds Republican presidential candidates benefit when cable systems put Fox low on the channel line-up.
The Filter Bubble; or, the Problem With Google's Apparent Omniscience
It’s called the “filter bubble,” and it’s helping Google play to our prejudices.