Author: BRIAN STELTER, CNN BUSINESS

Agent: DOJ trying to 'intimidate' author of anti-Trump book

The Justice Department is going on the offensive against the anonymous author of "A Warning," telling them in a letter obtained by CNN Business that he or she may be violating "one or more nondisclosure agreements" by writing the anti-Trump book.

Fox News staffers worry after Shepard Smith's departure

As soon as Shep Smith signed off Fox News on Friday, he rode down a freight elevator to the underground garage where a car and driver were waiting. His departure was emotional enough as is -- he didn't want a tearful goodbye in his studio or the newsroom.

Former NBC staffer accuses Matt Lauer of rape in book

When NBC News fired Matt Lauer two years ago, the network said an employee accused him of "inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace." Now that employee, Brooke Nevils, is speaking publicly for the first time, and alleging that Lauer raped her in 2014.

New York Times cites dangers reporter face in Trump era

A.G. Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, says President Trump has undermined "his own citizens' faith in the news organizations attempting to hold him accountable" and has "effectively given foreign leaders permission to do the same with their countries' journalists."

AT&T promotes WarnerMedia boss John Stankey

AT&T announced two promotions on Tuesday that place John Stankey, the CEO of its subsidiary WarnerMedia, firmly in line to succeed the wireless giant's CEO, Randall Stephenson.