A bold proclamation from erratic Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani graced the most prized real estate in media on Monday morning:
Friday is the day everyone lets the bad tweets they’ve been holding back all week fly, so it makes sense New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush—who has returned to Twitter and a new job after a brief period away following accusations of sexual misconduct—decided to get in on the action.
The New York Times’ latest dive into the FBI’s Russia investigation introduces us to “Crossfire Hurricane,” the inquiry’s early code name, which makes all kinds of sense from the story’s findings. Fearful of contributing to political upheaval, former FBI Director James Comey and his subordinates were far more cautious…
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The cable channel FX announced today that it is launching a weekly documentary series focusing on the inner workings of the New York Times. This is not to be confused with the new Showtime documentary series about the New York Times. Unfortunately for these desperate, gullible TV executives: media is fucking boring.
Maybe you’ve read the latest love note to controversial opinions published in the pages of the New York Times. Or perhaps you’ve caught wind of the outrage that staff opinion editor Bari Weiss seems to seek out with each of her missives on the supposed oppression of “free thinkers,” whose views often align with her…
Today, the New York Times published yet another meandering screed from conservative opinion columnist Ross Douthat, in light of the Toronto van attack last week that left 10 dead and 16 injured and the ensuing conversation about “incel” (involuntarily celibate) culture and the value of sex in our society. His…
The New York Times is keeping quiet about the reason for its metro editor’s abrupt resignation on Monday.
So here I am, enjoying a perfectly fine morning, when a 5,000-word interview in Politico magazine with James Bennett, the editor of The New York Times’ atrocious editorial page—conducted by his good friend, Politico editor in chief John Harris—has to come and ruin it.
Ever since FBI agents raided the New York office, hotel room, and home of Donald Trump’s fixer Michael Cohen nearly two weeks ago, multiple stories and TV news segments have focused on whether Cohen would flip.
Because we are trapped in a hellish zone where we’re doomed to relitigate the events of 2016 for the rest of eternity, New York Times reporter Amy Chozick, has written a new book about Hillary Clinton, in which she sheds more light on the mind-boggling fact that Clinton’s doomed campaign actually saw Donald Trump as…
On Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that he was extending the right to vote to parolees via executive order.
In what is truly the most depressing news I’ve seen in a long time, a new study shows that Americans’ knowledge of the Holocaust is shockingly poor, a trend that gets worse among millennials.
The Atlantic’s former editor, James Bennet, has been busy in the past year turning the New York Times opinion page into an even bigger source of frustration for its newsroom. His old place of employment is apparently looking to top those efforts.
In an interview Thursday at a Financial Times event on the future of media, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet said he agreed with the direction of the paper’s much-criticized opinion section.
Fifteen years ago today, at approximately 10:15 PM ET, President George W. Bush announced the start of military action in the massive crime known as Operation Iraqi Freedom in a five-minute address to the nation.
The New York Times published a report today on the “coercion and abuse” behind Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption push, which has been spearheaded by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The report is titled “Saudis Said to Use Coercion and Abuse to Seize Billions.”
A March 22 Financial Times event about the “future of news” is stacked with media luminaries. Billed as a networking opportunity for C-suite executives, a ticket for the all-day affair goes for $875. It features top journalists from BuzzFeed and Vice, executives from Google and Facebook, and senior figures from…