The New York Times

ANALYSIS: Amy Coney Barrett’s Family More Diverse Than Top Liberal Institutions

Amy Coney Barrett's family is more diverse than many of the elite liberal institutions that claim to believe in diversity, a Washington Free Beacon analysis has found. Many of those same institutions, it turns out, are radically opposed to Barrett's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose personal trainer was named a Free Beacon Man of the Year in 2018 for persuading the "notorious" justice not to retire during the Obama administration.

Media End Castro Love Affair to Hit Bernie

Newspapers also uncritically parroted Cuban propaganda about Castro's literacy programs

Fidel Castro

Democratic presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders has come under fire from the media for defending Fidel Castro, but some of the news outlets criticizing Sanders offered similar praise for Castro in their 2016 obituaries for the Cuban dictator.

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.