U.N. ambassador and potential secretary of state nominee Susan Rice is under fire for what some are calling a lacking U.S. response to atrocities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, citing her ties to its neighboring Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has detailed the terrorist activities and affiliations of Palestinians the New York Times claimed were simply “cameramen” in a report that accused Israel of targeting journalists in the Gaza Strip.
Jodi Rudoren, the New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau chief, will have an editor assigned to her personal Facebook and Twitter accounts, the paper’s public editor announced today.
The New York Times fails again in another episode of attempting to negate the presence of terrorists in the Gaza Strip. Reporter David Carr claims that two senior Hamas terrorists killed last week in precision Israeli airstrikes were in fact journalists.
The New York Times once again appears to be unaware of the presence of terrorists in the Gaza Strip.
Global media are portraying the terrorist group Hamas as the victim as Operation Pillar of Defense, the state of Israel’s attempt to stop rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip, gets underway.
New York Times Middle East correspondents Fares Akram and Isabel Kershner reported today that they are very confused about current events in the Middle East.
The New York Times Company posted weak quarterly earnings today and failed to meet expectations. As a result, its share price got hammered, down nearly 22 percent.
This morning, the New York Times resurrected the false narrative that the terrorist attack on a United States consulate in Libya materialized from a spontaneous protest of a little-seen, low-budget YouTube video.