Mainstream media outlets provided extensive coverage of the Women’s March in the lead-up to its one-year anniversary over the weekend.
The Washington Post announced Wednesday that journalist Jason Rezaian is rejoining the newspaper to cover foreign affairs after the Iranian government imprisoned him for 18 months.
The Washington Post quietly put a reporter on leave after the Washington Free Beacon discovered her attendance at a secretive meeting of the Democracy Alliance, a liberal donor club where members are directed to spend at least $200,000 a piece to advance progressive causes, CNN reported on Thursday.
Amazon ranks high on a list charting Ohio’s employers with the most workers and their family members on food stamps, with a new report estimating that more than 10 percent of its workforce in the state qualifies for the federal aid.
The Washington Post dropped famed radio host Garrison Keillor’s weekly column on Thursday after he failed to inform the newspaper of sexual harassment allegations against him.
Washington Post reporter Janell Ross was a “special guest” at the secretive California gathering where Democratic politicians, liberal activists, and their biggest donors plotted the future of the progressive movement.
The Washington Post fact checker gave Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) “two Pinocchios” for claiming Wednesday that the Senate Republican tax plan is “kicking 13 million people off health insurance to give tax cuts to the wealthy” by adding a repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate to the most recent version of the bill.
The Washington Post “Fact Checker” blog gave Senate Democrats “Four Pinocchios” on Thursday for falsely claiming the Republican tax reform plan would raise taxes on most middle-class families.