The New York Times smacked down President Donald Trump for claiming the newspaper had “apologized to subscribers” for its election coverage. Trump has made several variations of that claim — which has been rated “false” by Politifact — since winning the election, including a...
For the first time, researchers have found a biological basis for financial exploitation in the elderly. The team is led by a Cornell University scientist with collaborators at York University in Toronto.
Toyota has released a teaser shot for a concept called the FT-4X that we’ll see for the first time at next month’s 2017 New York auto show. The “FT” in the name stands for “Future Toyota” and is a standard feature of many concept car names from the Japanese automaker. And the “4X” suggests that we...
Rob Weinert-Kendt talks to Green about how he got into criticism (sideways and reluctantly), all the things he did before, and how even he had hoped the Times wouldn't hire another white guy.
A peek inside Paul Ryan's possible #Healthcarebillfail playlist by Amber Cortes #RoachGate pic.twitter.com/40LAbYJGXh— Papa Roach (@paparoach) March 25, 2017 It was a tweet linking to a New York Times article with a kicker that seemed...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Recently, The New York Times had a story about four liquor stores in the unincorporated village of Whiteclay, Nebraska. Located just a few miles away from the officially dry Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, the stores are where the local Native Americans go to purchase their beer. In Whiteclay, with […]
The first person plural is hurting. A week after the election, Wesley Morris dismantled "we" for The New York Times, and detailed how Donald Trump crippled an already weak term: "He won, in part, by turning from 'we' to 'other,' which is what you become when you've been deemed ineligible for 'we.'" In her forthcoming…
In an article that will appear in this Sunday's New York Times Magazine, Thomas Chatterton Williams profiles Maajid Nawaz and his quest to eradicate Islamic extremism. It's that noble goal that's earned him plenty of criticism from people -- like the folks at the Southern Poverty Law Center -- who think he's somehow as bad as the people he's going after.
According to the headline in the NYT at the time. (The first sentence of the article includes mothers parenthetically.) It was the idea of the president of Hayden Publishing Company, James S. Mulholland, who said: "I got the idea for the tour from a sociological report I read a few years ago. Show More Summary
Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers: The Albany Times Union on restoring an addiction-treatment program's eligibility for grants as it tries to resolve a dispute. … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump kicked off Wednesday with another swipe at the “failing” New York Times, a day after wondering why the “fake news” isn’t following Fox News’ lead by investigating ties between Russia and…Hillary Clinton. “Remember...Show More Summary
The Hill reports: President Trump on Wednesday attacked New York Times, saying the newspaper’s coverage has gotten worse since the election. “Remember when the failing @nytimes apologized to its subscribers, right after the election, because their coverage was so wrong,” the president tweeted. Show More Summary
Two black women filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Fox News for racial discrimination they experienced while working at the news network, the New York Times reports. Tichaona Brown and Tabrese Wright, who managed and coordinated the payroll department, accused Fox’s former comptroller, Judith...
The Yankees want to get younger and stay in the race in 2017. Is it possible?
New York Times: Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power Westinghouse Electric Company, which helped drive the development of nuclear energy and the electric grid itself, filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Yesterday brought us an executive order rolling back much of the (meager) progress we’ve made reducing the US’ reliance on carbon energy and the resulting impact on climate change. The New York Times has a good editorial piece today on this and other moves this administration has made in its short tenure to protect the carbon […]
If you haven’t heard of Stickbulb yet, it’s time you did. Stickbulb is a collection of stunning, innovative and diverse modern LED lighting made locally in New York City out of wood reclaimed from within the Big Apple itself. Stickbulb's...Show More Summary
When the first People’s Climate March took to the New York City streets in September 2014, it was billed as the “largest climate march in history.” At the time, it was: A crowd of up to 400,000 rallied in protest of international inaction...Show More Summary
Ethics flags have been raised left and right since Donald Trump because President of the United States. According to the New York Times, ethics flags were raised as soon as the billionaire Carl Icahn was named as Donald Trump’s special adviser for regulatory matters. Show More Summary