Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has approved a plan to spend $80 million helping Democrats in their efforts to flip the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.
The New York Times angered journalists and progressives by deciding not to publish the audio recording of an interview conducted with White House policy adviser Stephen Miller, citing confusion over its original ground rules.
The New York Times over the weekend issued a lengthy correction to a front-page story on Environmental Protection Agency officials claiming that Scott Pruitt, the EPA’s administrator, used his position to solicit favors to admit that one of the incidents cited did not actually happen while he was with the agency.
Liberal billionaire George Soros purchased $3 million worth of stock holdings in the publisher of the New York Times, filings show.
New York Times reporter Julie Hirschfeld Davis conceded on Wednesday that President Donald Trump was correct to call out her report, saying her estimated crowd size for his Nashville rally a night earlier was incorrect.
Grammar Nazis suck. We all know this. Most Grammar Nazis are quarantined into editor positions where their evil can be best contained and used for good, but many exist in the wild. Most recently, 61-year-old retired teacher Yvonne Mason went viral and earned widespread media coverage for correcting a series of grammatical errors in a …
Reporters from various newspapers and television stations across New York City are lighting into Mayor Bill de Blasio (D.) for his attacks on the press and accusations of corporate media bias.