One giant flub for the Daily News

That’s one giant blooper for the Daily News. Describing the moon shot that started 50 years ago, the Daily Snooze Tuesday tweeted: “Four Days later, John Glenn would step onto the only other planet we’ve...

‘CBS Evening News’ ratings plummet on Norah O’Donnell’s debut

Norah O’Donnell’s debut as the new “CBS Evening News” anchor drew much media fanfare but fewer viewers. The former co-host of “CBS This Morning” came in last place among evening shows on Monday despite a...

A salute to John F. Kennedy Jr. and our ‘checkered’ past

Could it really be 20 years? Two decades ago, I awoke in a beach shack on the North Shore of Long Island and noticed an unusual number of planes seemed to be scouring the coastline....

CBS holds bizarre ‘pep rally’ amid ‘Evening News’ shake-up

There were unsettling scenes at CBS Wednesday when top talent and execs hosted a peculiar “pep rally” for the revamped “CBS Evening News” — which left some staffers “embarrassed” and “confused.” We’re told that as...

Judge rules neo-Nazi publisher should pay $14M for ‘troll storm’

A federal judge on Monday ruled that a publisher of a neo-Nazi website who instructed his followers to unleash a “troll storm” on a Jewish real estate agent should have to pay the victim...

Starbucks will stop selling newspapers in September

If you want to read the paper at Starbucks, you’ll have to start bringing your own. Beginning Sept. 1, the Seattle-based coffee giant will no longer sell The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal...

Fake news fact-checks hobbled by low reach, study shows

BRUSSELS — The European Union has called on Facebook and other platforms to invest more in fact-checking, but a new study shows those efforts may rarely reach the communities worst affected by fake news. The...

Joanna Coles files for divorce from husband Peter Godwin

Joanna Coles — the former chief content officer of Hearst Magazines — has filed for divorce from husband Peter Godwin, according to court records. Coles — who left Hearst last summer, and just inked a...

NY magazine group once known for swanky shindigs is moving to DC

MPA — The Association of Magazine Media, a century-old nonprofit trade group whose swanky events used to attract A-listers from Barack Obama to Norman Schwarzkopf, is shuttering its New York City headquarters and relocating...

Political drama not selling books like it used to

The book world has turned upside down when it comes to predicting a best-seller. A year ago, Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury” was in the No. 1 spot for the first half, and not far...