The smoke had barely cleared from the Manchester attack before The New York Times ran forensic-evidence images. British officials were angry. So were readers.
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Three male prison guards repeatedly sexually assaulted and raped several female inmates under their supervision at a federal detention center in New York over time periods of up to three years, federal prosecutors said on Thursday. The guards, who face multiple charges stemming from grand jury...
First time director Justin Reinsilber, helms the horror feature Central Park. The film will have its World Premiere at the Dances with Films festival, in Los Angeles. In this title, children of New York's elite are targeted by a vengeful killer. Show More Summary
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On the 40th anniversary of the original film's release, we take a look at how The New York Times covered the movie, and how audiences embraced it.
Journalists’ coverage of positive psychology and health is often shabby, even in prestigious outlets like The New York Times. Jane Brody’s latest installment of the benefits of being positive on health relied heavily on the
The GOP candidate in a closely watched special election for Montana’s House seat has been charged with assaulting a reporter Wednesday at a campaign rally. The New York Times reports that Greg Gianforte was charged in what has been described...
The statue was raised just in time for California’s party convention
Authored by Mark Melin via ValueWalk.com, The New York FBI has cracked another insider trading case, this time involving employees at the $7 billion Deerfield Management, a high-profile hedge fund whose managing partner warned in 2015...Show More Summary
Fake news New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin got called out after claiming he ‘obtained a copy of the Gallatin... The post NYT Reporter Gets Destroyed on Twitter After Getting Caught Using Another Reporter’s Photo as His Scoop appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In testimony to Congress on Wednesday, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos refused to say whether the department will withhold funding from private schools that discriminate against students, The New York Times reports. DeVos testified...Show More Summary
There is no shortage of international outcry surrounding The New York Times' decision to publish leaked photos of the Manchester bombing scene and aftermath. For our purposes, one of the people articulating it best is Michael Day, a British scholar who specializes in politics and international relations. From Day's HuffPost U.K. blog post: It is...
British officials are furious after the New York Times published photographs Wednesday from the scene of attack, which happened at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday at the Manchester Arena.
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Abbe Gluck of Yale makes a singularly unpersuasive case that Republicans are responsible for the struggles of Obamacare in the New York Times, supposedly in large part by launching unsuccessful lawsuits against it. This sentence particularly...Show More Summary
President Trump chided NATO leaders to their faces Thursday for "chronic underpayments" to the organization, the New York Times reports. "Members of the alliance must finally contribute their fair share and meet their financial obligations," CNN quotes Trump as saying during the opening of a new NATO headquarters. Per the...
Is Donald Trump committed to NATO? Here's what the press says about that today: New York Times: "President Trump on Thursday once again refused to explicitly endorse NATO’s mutual defense pledge, instead lecturing European leaders on what he called their 'chronic underpayments' to the military alliance." Wall Street Journal: "Mr. Show More Summary
US spies last summer gathered that Russian intelligence officials were discussing how Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort could be used to influence Donald Trump, reports the New York Times. Russians claimed connections to Flynn, a Trump adviser, and discussed using their connections to former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, a close...