My must read of the day is “Many remain locked out of federal health-care Web site” in the Washington Post.
The former Washington Post ombudsman who called on the paper to fire conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin on Thursday wrote an obsequious apology to Rubin after making similar comments in 2011.
The day after Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, one of the paper’s columnists, Eugene Robinson, appeared on “Morning Joe.” Robinson is a reliable voice for conventional liberal opinion, and on this particular day, Tuesday, August 6, 2013, conventional liberal opinion held that Bezos’ purchase of the Post for $250 million was an act of bravery and humanity comparable to the Marshall Plan.
Amazon founder and chief executive officer Jeffrey Bezos has agreed to acquire the Washington Post for $250 million, the paper announced Monday.
The Washington Post Co has agreed to sell its newspaper assets, including its flagship daily, to Amazon Inc founder Jeff Bezos for $250 million.
The Washington Post fact checker withdrew the “Four Pinocchios” given to Rep. Trent Franks (R., Ariz.) Friday for his statement that pregnancy from rape is “very low,” reports the Weekly Standard.
The coauthor of the Washington Post’s bombshell story on the National Security Agency’s PRISM surveillance program is a long-time activist filmmaker who has railed against U.S. counterterrorism policies put into place after the Sept. 11 attacks.
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.