Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded Wednesday to the furor that arose when he suggested a young woman use the term “peoplekind” instead of “mankind.”
A House Democrat on Tuesday defended having met with controversial activist and imam Louis Farrakhan, saying the Nation of Islam leader is an “outstanding human being.”
An incorrect White House pool report prompted outlets to falsely report that Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters that President Donald Trump had not read a 10-page memo because it was “too lengthy.”
The Pulitzer Prize-winning fact-checking website PolitiFact ruled Tuesday that it is false to say that Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) and Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) gave a “high five” when they pressed their open palms together last week.
Newsweek has fired several top editors and reporters in the midst of legal problems and widespread turmoil in the newsroom, according to staffers familiar with the decision.
Fred Warmbier, father of an American student who died after being jailed in North Korea, will accompany Vice President Mike Pence when he attends the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
A reporter’s misleading tweet went viral this week, spreading the false implication that President Donald Trump was deporting an innocent veteran.
The Newsweek Media Group admitted Thursday that it purchased web traffic to several of its sites, a move that critics say was intended to trick a government agency into buying ads.
Jacobin magazine—described variously as either socialist or Marxist—was one of the clients that entered into a voluntary exchange of goods and services on the free market to purchase followers on Twitter, according to a recent report.