The New York Times Co. NYT, 1.15% posted better-than-expected earnings for the second quarter on Wednesday, and said digital revenue exceeded print revenue for the first time.
They have lost their minds at The New York Times:
- days after its president resigned amid sexual harassment scandal
--and intolerance' after 280 staffers signed a letter protesting 'misinformation' in the paper's conservative opinion pieces
A Kentucky high school student says he has settled a $250 million lawsuit with the Washington Post on his 18th birthday after he sued them claiming they made him out to be a racist following his stand-off with a Native American protester.
At the close of his program on Monday night, Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson revealed The New York Times had a story in the work that would divulge the location of his home, which could potentially put him and his family in harm's way.
Liberty University is filing a $10 million defamation lawsuit against the New York Times after it "intentionally misrepresented" the college's response to COVID-19.
Two papers that published his work say they have failed to confirm his identity. Experts in deceptive imagery used forensic analysis programs to determine that his profile photo is a hyper-realistic forgery - a "deepfake."
The internal schism at the New York Times has claimed yet another staffer, as opinion editor Bari Weiss has left the paper and penned a scorching resignation letter denouncing the Times as nothing more than an echo chamber for 'woke' activists masque
New York Times opinion editor writer Bari Weiss has announced she has quit in a scathing resignation letter that slams the newspaper for fostering an 'illiberal environment' and allowing her to be bullied by coworkers for 'wrongthink'.
Eric Weinstein, managing director of Thiel Capital and host of The Portal podcast, has gone scorched earth on the New York Times following the Tuesday resignation of journalist Bari Weiss.
A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers called on Sunday for expanding payroll assistance to struggling local newspapers and broadcast stations that have seen advertising revenue plummet during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Guardian writer Melanie Phillips describes her journey from "fantasy to reality" on why she left the political left. Phillips is interviewed by The Sun's Steven Edginton for the weekly series of 'Burning Questions'. Phillips describes her expe
--as it blames 'disruption' caused by coronavirus for its decision to move the adult magazine online
UK newspaper Guardian will not accept advertising money from the fossil fuel industry, even if this means a financial hit for the media, making it the world's first large news organization to ban oil and gas adds.
n an exclusive report, Wednesday night, Fox News host Laura Ingraham revealed that the New York Times last May quashed a story about a White House meeting in January of 2016 between Obama administration officials -
The cities and suburbs on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay are home to 2.7 million people, a world-class University of California campus and bedroom communities for Silicon Valley that produce median incomes 50 percent higher than the national a
The New York Times takes a lot of heat from the right for just existing.
President Trump reacts after liberal outrage led New York Times to CHANGE its front-page headline that praised his 'unity message' after shootings
Migratory Birds, which boasts a bimonthly circulation of 13,000, is one of the only refugee-led initiatives in Greece left still standing.
"After Mad, drugs were nothing..." - Patti Smith
MAD Magazine will cease publication later this year, according to reports. Blogger Jedidiah Leland reportedly discovered the news after a MAD editor confessed to the magazine's doom in a Facebook group, and shortly thereafter, cartoonist Ruben Bollin
Summary: What's new in this chart: I edited the categories on the vertical axis to more accurately describe the contents of the news sources ranked therein (long discussion below).
The Newsweek piece, written by Jason Murdock about my article published on numerous websites, was filled with errors. Even the first word of the headline was wrong!
The push to eliminate conservative content online continued on Sunday in The New York Times.
Judith Miller and Michael Gordon published their now infamous New York Times article on September 8, 2002, falsely claiming on the basis of unnamed "American officials" that Iraq had acquired "aluminum tubes" with the aim of producing "an a
Salt Lake Tribune seeks to become a nonprofit 'community asset,' a first for a legacy newspaper