No, it’s not “bad for democracy” to keep giving a platform to the President of the United States.
Journalists should correct the story rather than pretend it doesn't exist.
If that standard were applied to other constitutional rights, no one would be left to enforce them.
Transparency is only for the little people, it would seem.
"It says a lot about an organization when it breaks it's [sic] own rules and goes after one of it's [sic] own," the union tweeted. "The act, like the article, reeks."
Gretchen Whitmer Blames Trump's Rhetoric for the Plot To Kidnap Her, but There's No Evidence It Played a Role
Trump's rhetoric is often wrong, but that does not make it the underlying cause of every cruel or criminal event that transpires while he is president.
Regina Ip spins a fantasy of a just government restoring order to Hong Kong.
Publishing Registered Sex Offenders' Home Addresses Before Halloween Is Gratuitous, Unethical, and Reckless
A petition urges Patch and other news outlets to reconsider the practice.
Ohio State Professor Apologizes for 'Hurt, Sadness, Frustration, Fatigue, Exhaustion and Pain' Caused By Pro-Football Article
Matthew Mayhew is sorry. Very, very sorry.
Yes, the 1619 Project Actually Suggests That Year Was America's True Founding, and Nikole Hannah-Jones Admits It
The New York Times tried to disassociate itself from a claim its reporter made just a few days ago.
Plus: FDA meddles more in vaping market, GOP lawmakers take aim at social media (again), and more...
Wrongly maligned by the media as a racist in a MAGA hat, the kid is now a celebrity speaker at the Republican National Convention.
"NYU does not have and will not create student housing that excludes any student based on race."
The New York Times thinks so, but the data do not fit that hypothesis very well.
The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in an age of sloppy, inaccurate journalism and a heightened need for media literacy.
Kids do not catch or spread or suffer from coronavirus at the same rate as adults, no matter what your newspaper is telling you this week.
Without 'Much More Aggressive Shutdowns,' The New York Times Warns, COVID-19 Could Kill 'Well Over a Million' Americans
That scenario seems highly implausible based on what we know about the epidemic.
If conservatives don't like The New York Times, they don't have to read it. Unlike in the not-so-distant past, you now have endless media options.
Churches, Which Account for 0.02% of COVID-19 Cases, Are a 'Major Source' of Infection, The New York Times Says
The paper's claim reflects the same arbitrary distinction between religious and secular activities that churches are challenging in court.
Trends in Massachusetts highlight the importance of voluntary changes in behavior.
Trading unattainable exactitude for unimpeachable morality will lead to a scoldier and less accurate journalism.
Scott Alexander has deleted his popular blog to deter a reporter from exposing his real name.
There was absolutely no reason to run this.
New infections are down nationwide but rising in some places as people rebel against government-recommended precautions.
NBC Said Google Is Demonetizing The Federalist for Spreading Fake News; Google Says the NBC Report Is Fake News
The NBC News Verification Unit sadly did not live up to its name.
The paper's editors are blind to the sins of writers whose conclusions they like.
Staffers framed their opposition to Sen. Tom Cotton's op-ed as a matter of workplace safety.
Elite media institutions are noisily abandoning liberalism.
What happened to staying at home to keep grandparents safe no matter what?
All of it, The New York Times assumes.
CNN should put an end to this bad family comedy routine—and start asking the governor real questions.
The central tenet of the #MeToo movement is being memory-holed.
There is a difference between reporting facts that make the president uncomfortable and manufacturing facts to fit a preconceived view of him.
No, 68 Percent of Americans Did Not Say They Would Avoid 'Normal Life' Until There's a Coronavirus Vaccine
CNN badly misreported a Gallup poll.
If you think much about the epidemic remains uncertain, The New York Times warns, you might be part of "the virus 'truther' movement."
There are a lot of reasons to critique the attorney general. Find one that doesn’t require misleading your audience.
When It Comes to Covering Trump, The New York Times Has Abandoned Any Distinction Between Reporting and Opinion
Readers may be better served by a newspaper that is open about its reporters' opinions. But then it can hardly object when Trump publicly describes them as political opponents.
Why aren't TV networks grilling Biden about this?
"The thread caused some concern & we would like to clarify."
Calls to U.S. poison control centers are up. They have been since March.
Facebook Removes Coronavirus Misinformation but Will Only Ban Lockdown Protests If They Violate Social Distancing
"Unless government prohibits the event during this time, we allow it to be organized on Facebook," a company spokesperson tells Reason.