The BBC says it regrets the headline it used to describe a deadly stabbing that resulted in the death of an Israeli police officer
He refused to provide attribution to the Montana reporter who originally took the the photo and lied about where he got it from
The Egyptian-American journalist has exhibited a strong anti-Israel stance in his reporting and on social media
What’s this guy doing writing about economics?
Trump enemy David Fahrenthold: ‘If you happen to be in Berkeley tonight, and your other plans fell through…’
‘It was so strange he wouldn’t even look or speak to me.’
They are actually protesting the brutal socialist dictatorship that caused a humanitarian crisis.
They got owned, hard.
Fake ‘debunking’ in knife-edge vote.
The New York Times has been left looking rather foolish after one of its writers appeared to fail to understand a joke. The paper this morning published a long (really long) feature by longstanding reporter Sarah Lyall, complete with weird, moody, moving monochrome photos. The ominous piece – entitled Will London Fall? – picked over the consequences […]
The writer behind the piece, Sarah Ryley, now works for Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun website, The Trace.