The Washington Post Wednesday morning issued an “editor’s note” explaining why it erroneously blamed Israel for the death of a Gaza-based BBC reporter’s 11-month-old son.
The Associated Press has corrected the caption on a controversial photograph depicting a Gaza-based BBC reporter cradling his dead baby.
The United Nations confirmed that a Hamas rocket killed the son of a Gaza-based BBC reporter, not an Israeli airstrike as originally reported by many Western media outlets. A Hamas rocket killed the son of a Gaza-based BBC reporter, not an Israeli airstrike as originally reported by many Western media outlets, the United Nations has confirmed.
The Washington Post reported on Friday that Chinese hackers infiltrated their system in an attempt to obtain sensitive information.
A pair of reporters inaccurately attacked Weekly Standard editor William Kristol this week for using what they claim is a false quote attributed to Chuck Hagel, President Barack Obama’s likely nominee for Secretary of Defense.
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.
The Washington Post recently received a $500,000 grant from the liberal Ford Foundation.
The Washington Post dubbed Europe “Obama country” in a news report focusing on Mitt Romney’s overseas trip, which kicks off today.
The Washington Post’s controversial editorial partnership with the Chinese government is drawing renewed scrutiny from a prominent Chinese dissident and from lawmakers on Capitol Hill who recently petitioned the Department of Justice to crack down on the paper’s unregulated promotion of authoritarian propaganda.
Liberal Washington Post blogger Greg Sargent cited two Democratic supporters as “nonpartisan” experts in his recent post “Experts: Mitt Romney’s returns could show he paid very low tax rates.”