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A day before the vote, senior editors had made a last-ditch effort to quash the unionizing campaign.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star features in an upcoming Allen movie, but HuffPost's review of that contract found nothing to prevent him from speaking out.
"The illegal immigrants are people who shouldn’t be here."
The revelations come as the paper’s staff moves forward with its campaign to unionize.
The president's "Fake News Awards" add to an anti-media campaign "unworthy of the country that adopted the First Amendment."
And some news regarding our contributors platform.
The newspaper announced that the featured letters are meant to balance out many of the anti-Trump columns.
The reporter had been based in Tehran when Iran imprisoned him for 18 months.
The network has been almost silent on the president’s alleged affair with Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels.
The show's 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. slots will now be led by a trio of women.
"I can say that I would be surprised if many women did not understand that there was a climate of verbal harassment that existed."
Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren's accounts were filled with Turkish propaganda.
"You went to the press with a story of a bad date and you have potentially destroyed this man's career over it."
Dozens of male models spoke to The New York Times about Bruce Weber and Mario Testino.
Janice Dean wants young girls to know: "It’s OK to be yourself, to show who you are."
Donald Trump is a racist. Just say it.
"And it works!"
CNN anchor calls out those who defend Trump "no matter what."
CNN anchor says Trump could learn from the dignity of Haitians.