Mainstream media outlets, including the Washington Post and the New York Times, reported on a new development in a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, but none disclosed that the nonprofit behind it is a left-wing legal advocacy group run by a controversial Clinton ally.
A Washington Post blogger responsible for launching a false story about Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday published an official apology Wednesday.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is rising as one of the leading foreign policy figures of the Trump administration.
The Washington Post’s fact checker gave former national security adviser Susan Rice four Pinocchios for claiming that former President Barack Obama got Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to “voluntarily and verifiably” rid his country of chemical weapons.
A Friday Washington Post headline took a Republican congressman’s use of a biblical quote out of context, making it appear that he does not support feeding unemployed Americans.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) is repeating a claim about President Donald Trump’s health care proposal that the Washington Post labelled as misleading.
The Trump administration is denying it tried to block former acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying before Congress about Russia.