‘Avoid emotive words like onslaught, tidal wave, flood, inundation, surge, invasion, army, march, sneak, and stealth,’ the memo read.
Nikole Hannah-Jones’s latest provocation is, once again, rooted in historical confusion.
Journalists should have a little more humility in judging people who must make graver decisions in less time with no ability to edit mistakes later.
What does the Derek Chauvin trial tell us about the police, and race, and the criminal-justice system in America? Well, it's one datum. That's it.
Why did it take months to establish that the Capitol Police officer was not bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher by rioters?
Heather Digby Parton fabricates a quotation from Kevin D. Williamson.
It’s unclear if Laura Coates actually understands the point of defense attorneys, not to mention the legal principle of ‘presumption of innocence.’
A grim New York Times report from Nicholas Kristof exposes XVideos for hosting videos of the rape and abuse of minors.
CNN is squeezing all it can out of the final days of the COVID pandemic by focusing relentlessly on bad news.
A spokesman for AppHarvest confirmed that Vance resigned from the board before the tweets were posted.