The New York Times

New York Times Recycles Analysis on Iran

Both pieces quote extensively from Trump administration critics

Iranian President Hassan RouhaniThe New York Times recycled analysis of the Trump administration's claims of Iranian bellicosity, publishing two pieces just months apart raising questions about whether President Donald Trump's accusations against the Khamenei regime could be trusted given his tendency to stretch the truth.

NYT Reporters Blame NYT Social Media Team for Kavanaugh Screw Up

'I drafted this with this in mind to have actually the opposite effect'

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin said the controversial initial tweet promoting her reporting on allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was a "misworded tweet" and that she did not intend for it to be published.

CNN’s Bombshell Russian Spy Story Looks More Like a Dud

The New York Times and Washington Post both flatly contradicted CNN's reporting

CNN chief national security correspondent and former Obama diplomatic staffer Jim Sciutto had a major scoop Monday, reporting that "in a previously undisclosed secret mission in 2017, the United States successfully extracted from Russia one of its highest-level covert sources inside the Russian government."

The NY Times Political Cartoon Debacle Is A Helpful Reminder Political Cartoons Are Generally Awful

It somehow took the New York Times two tries to apologize for their decision to publish an anti-Semitic cartoon in the international edition this weekend. The cartoon in question featured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a dog with a Star of David, leading around President Donald Trump. Critics noted that the cartoon rather clearly played on age-old stereotypes of Jews as beasts controlling the U.S. government.