It took four days for the AP to issue a correction.
The Associated Press formally cooperated with Hitler’s Nazi regime, including providing material produced by the Nazi’s propaganda ministry, a German historian reports in a new study.
The New York Times portrays itself as an arbiter in the debate over running Charlie Hebdo’s provocative cartoons. Trouble is, there ain’t much of a debate, as J.J. Goldberg explains.
The Associated Press and its former employee Matti Friedman are trading fire after the journalist published his second essay accusing the media giant of biased Israel coverage.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer and the man who could replace them / Getty Images
America’s secret talks with Iran began more than a year ago, new reports say. And the White House’s point woman was none other than the president’s confidante Valerie Jarrett.
A week after the dramatic terror alert that shut down 19 U.S. embassies, experts are starting to weigh in on what it means, and specifically what it tells us about the state of Al Qaeda. If I can sum up the answer in two words, it would be: not much.
When Elijah Wood isn’t walking around Middle Earth trying to dispose of the One Ring, he apparently enjoys violent, bloody horror movies.
The three scandals roiling Washington and the 24-hour cable news channels have one thing in common: They’re shrinking steadily as more information dribbles out.
Here’s the latest news for Sunday, January 27th: More than 230 dead in Brazil nightclub fire; Three killed during funeral procession in Egypt; Officer, elderly man dead, two deputies wounded in Louisiana; Holocaust Day remembrances.