Still, Facebook should not have allowed its VIPs to flout the rules it claimed applied to everyone.
Political class rallies behind making the infrequently used recall mechanism more difficult to deploy
"You have the option to not get vaccinated if you want," said the doctor. "But then you can't go out in public."
Some people are self-medicating with a dubious COVID-19 treatment, but they aren't overwhelming doctors and nurses.
The New York Times Assumes a Scientific Consensus on School Mask Mandates That Its Own Reporting Shows Does Not Exist
If all sensible people agree that students should be forced to wear masks, why do other countries reject that policy?
Eighteen months into the pandemic, news outlets are still selling sensationalism and burying context
A New York Times Reporter Claims Americans Distrust the Government's COVID-19 Advice Because They Don't Understand How Science Works
If so, public health officials have compounded the problem with disingenuous arguments, dubious policy shifts, and misleading statements.
Talk about encouraging vaccine hesitancy.
The man was actually calling for Dinger, the team's mascot.
The suggestion that a person can't make any reasonable guesses about his own likelihood of survival is misleading.
Recycling a government press release is not good journalism.
Federal officials invited alarmist press coverage of breakthrough infections.
In Virginia, the breakthrough hospitalization rate is 0.0032 percent and the breakthrough death rate is 0.0009 percent.
The Biden Administration Continues to Exaggerate the Risk Posed by COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections While Slamming the Press for Doing the Same Thing
The administration is dismayed by the alarmist news coverage it invited.
The existence of politically biased websites is not a crisis.
A bad response from the magazine's parental advice column
How a debate about COVID-19's origins exposed a dangerous hubris
For decades, Western apologists downplayed the horrific consequences of China’s reproductive restrictions..
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The CNN host reportedly blamed the governor's troubles on "cancel culture."
The surprising move raises concerns about academic freedom.
The New York Times Promotes a COVID Cult of Caution That Requires Vaccinated People To Act As if They're Not
The paper gives short shrift to evidence that vaccines nearly eliminate the risk of infection.
There are many other people who deserve such mercy.
The media fell in love with her. But there's little to her claims.
California Democrats and journalists are suddenly concerned about expensive government.
The paper let linguist John McWhorter use the racial slur he was discussing but felt a need to explain that decision.
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When government doesn't deliver, voters look for unpolished candidates from outside government. Go figure.
A new RAND analysis shows how difficult it is to answer basic questions about this rare variety of homicide.
By invoking the magic of good intentions, the Times justifies the U.S. acting like Russia and China.
From "power poses" to the self-esteem movement to implicit bias tests, we want to believe one small tweak will solve our problems, says Jesse Singal.
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Joy Reid Said Vaccinated People Who Refuse To Wear Masks Are 'Irrational.' Fauci Didn't Correct Her.
Who's being irrationally paranoid?
Both advocates and skeptics of the copycat theory recommend self-restraint by the news media.
The decision by the CDC and FDA to pause the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was a disastrous misstep.
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So far it's crickets from The New York Times and The Washington Post.
The Washington Post nevertheless blames "a broad loosening of public health measures."
CBS cut the part where DeSantis carefully explains why the reporter's narrative is wrong.
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The suggestion that the ordinance could have prevented Monday's mass shooting is utterly implausible.
The leader of the mob follows the victim to the gallows.
Rhetoric around the shootings risks putting massage workers everywhere in more danger.
The full video shows that Jay Baker was paraphrasing what Robert Aaron Long told investigators about his motivations.