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Top MSNBC producer resigns, exposes network as ‘cancer’ stoking ‘division’

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An MSNBC producer is blowing the whistle on the network’s agenda to divide the nation. Ariana Pekary penned a damning resignation letter Monday comparing broadcast news to a “cancer” that is stoking national ...

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Washington Post settles $250 million defamation suit with student Nick Sandmann

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Newsrooms across the nation, enjoying relative immunity from the consequences of publishing falsified stories, have again been rocked this week. Nick Sandmann, the high school student who was subjected to negative press ...

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After endorsing Obama/Biden twice, police unions now support Trump

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Families of police officers applauded this week as the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection. It had supported the Obama/Biden ticket in 2008 and 2012. The ...

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Christian human rights group joins others denouncing New York Times

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Two human rights groups have condemned a recent New York Times (NYT) report for what they described as an “open display of religious bigotry” against the spiritual group Falun Gong, which is ...

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AP news service politicizes capitalization of ‘White’ and ‘Black’

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In a move that may have even English teachers scratching their heads, the Associated Press said Monday it will not capitalize the word “white” in stories when referring to race and culture. ...

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Pew Poll: 80% of Americans say media favors one political side

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A recent Pew poll found that almost sixty percent of Americans believe news organizations “don’t understand people like them” and eighty percent believe the media are biased. “Overall, 59 percent of Americans ...

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Media outlets ignore death threats to black GOP Senator Scott

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News networks ABC, CBS, and NBC have all turned a blind eye to a New York Times report detailing recent death threats and racial slurs being left on the office voicemail of ...

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‘Getting away with murder’ Pelosi says of reform bill written by African-American GOP Senator

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Senate Democrats blocked a police reform bill Wednesday, calling on the African-American Senator who wrote it to start over. Democrat House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi has refused to apologize for stating “So ...

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Black pastor on Israeli television defends Trump tweets, says American media unfair

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Pastor Darrell Scott, CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, told an Israeli television network that people have selective hearing when it comes to President Donald Trump’s tweets about the George ...

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‘Completely dishonest editing’: White House says of NBC video clip

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In another example of what media analysts say is media bias, NBC admitted spreading an edited video clip of Attorney General William Barr that was abruptly cut off, dramatically altering the meaning ...

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Chinese Doctor Ai Fen, who alerted world about virus, has disappeared

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A prominent Chinese doctor in Wuhan who was among the first to alert other medics and the world about the early spread of COVID19 virus has disappeared. The news is sparking concerns ...

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NPR once again defending reporter over interview

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NPR is once again defending one if its star reporters for the way an interview was conducted. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded Saturday following media reports that said he scolded an NPR reporter after ...

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CNN settles in $275 million lawsuit brought by defamed student

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A high school student, defamed by CNN on national television, has forced the cable company into a settlement after suing for $275 million. CNN chose to settle  the defamation lawsuit brought against it ...

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Judge reverses lower court, allows Covington student’s lawsuit against Washington Post

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In a blow to the Washington Post and other liberal news outlets, a federal judge has reopened the $250 million defamation lawsuit against the paper by Covington high school student Nick Sandmann. Sandman, one ...

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Girl made up story that media used to attack Karen Pence

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A Virginia sixth grader who claimed three of her white male classmates held her down and cut off her dreadlocks is now saying she made up the entire story. But the revelation may ...

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Press called out for a week of retractions, bad reporting

As the nation headed in to the weekend, President Donald Trump criticized the media for its reporting on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, singling out the New York Times after the paper issued a major ...

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Vast majority of Americans ‘troubled’ by news media

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The news media has an image problem and it’s not just with the President of the United States. A newly released poll finds that almost all Americans are “troubled” by the state ...

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News Briefs: Federal Reserve rebuts media; China using drugs to weaken US; Brexit stalled; Now Mueller team is accused

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Here’s today’s news briefs. Federal Reserve rebuts negative media narrative Contrary to the media’s ultra negative reporting on the economy, the Federal Reserve today released its “beige book,” and said the vast majority ...

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Media says G-7 a failure but facts tell different story

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President Donald Trump has secured a major concession from leaders of the Group of Seven after they issued a declaration on Aug. 26 committing to fair trade.  It has been Trump’s central effort ...

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Photos show Rep. Tlaib lied about her Palestinian family’s poverty

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Contradicting claims by Rep. Rashida Tlaib about supposed Israeli oppression, poverty and racism, images from the community in which her grandmother and other family members live shows it full of luxury items. In fact, ...

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Stephanopoulos called-out for bias by President Trump in interview

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President Donald Trump said that ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos and New York Times political reporter Maggie Haberman laughed when they were told Trump would win the presidency. Both are known ...

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NPR: Unborn babies are not ‘babies’

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A supervising editor at National Public Radio has advised NPR staff that it is incorrect to use the word “baby” to refer to a child in the womb and warned against using ...

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Wrongly accused student goes after CNN with lawsuit

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Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann plans to sue CNN for at least $250 million, his lawyer said in a news interview. The attorney, L. Lin Wood, said in an interview with ...

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Catholic student files massive lawsuit against Washington Post

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Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student, is suing The Washington Post and possibly dozens of other media outlets, for $250 million in damages. “Lin Wood and Todd McMurtry filed their ...

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British paper apologizes, pays huge settlement to Melania Trump

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A British newspaper issued an apology to First Lady Melania Trump, wife of President Donald Trump, after admitting it published an article that “contained a number of false statements.” The Telegraph removed ...

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