A bombshell Washington Post story alleging the Trump administration has increased scrutiny of passport applications from Hispanic citizens near the border is contradicted by official State Department statistics showing those cases have actually decreased under the Republican president.
Michael Cohen’s attorney admitted he could not back up comments he made to media outlets about his client’s claim then-presidential candidate Donald Trump knew in advance about his son’s meeting with a Russian attorney.
The good news about Sunday’s “Unite the Right II” rally held in Washington D.C. is that it was an embarrassing failure. A year after hundreds of alt-right protesters clashed with Antifa counter-protesters in Charlottesville, resulting in the death of Heather Heyer, less than two dozen fringe-balls showed up for the sequel. By contrast, the counter-protesters …
The New York Times and Washington Post’s coverage of last month’s jobs report centered it falling below expectations, while the newspapers framed a similar jobs number more positively in October 2016 after it didn’t meet expectations.
A Washington Post reporter falsely claimed Friday that the beginning of the Russian effort to hack Hillary Clinton’s campaign emails came the very same day that her opponent, Donald Trump, called on Russia to find Clinton’s State Department emails.
The Washington Post took four hours to correct a story that referred to a fake op-ed on the satirical site Clickhole as genuine.
President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday that it is a “great idea” for Washington Post employees to go on strike.
Conservative Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer announced unexpectedly Friday that his cancer has returned and he likely only has weeks to live.