The New York Times falsely reported earlier this week that the Trump administration was blocking food stamp recipients in hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico from using the federal subsistence to eat hot meals.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof on Friday echoed North Korean propaganda that says droves of its citizens are signing up to join the military after President Donald Trump’s speech before the United Nations General Assembly last week.
President Donald Trump castigated the mainstream media on Twitter Wednesday, writing that although the press was always “anti-Trump,” the American people were “pro-Trump.”
The New York Times was lambasted on Tuesday for a tweet that downplayed the “flaws” of communism and argued how it benefited Chinese women.
A 35-paragraph New York Times story on Anthony Weiner’s prison sentencing published Monday failed to mention that the former congressman was a Democrat.
CNBC host and New York Times contributor John Harwood on Monday criticized the media’s coverage of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and handling of classified materials, arguing it was “just dumb” and “exaggerated” the story’s significance.
Rolling Stone’s founder is putting the iconic magazine up for sale amid declining revenue and a damaged journalistic reputation in need of repair.
Tax experts are refuting a recent New York Times article claiming the current top tax rate of 39.6 percent is too low.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton on Friday published a set of questions he described as biased and “one-sided” that a New York Times reporter sent him after he indicated that he supports using military force against North Korea.