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Workers have been negotiating with management for four months, including a meeting where BuzzFeed executives failed to appear.
The "John Wick 3" star even let one adorable lil' doggie eat his shoelace.
“I have heard of the Peloton, and have concluded that, like the use of cocaine, it’s another way of God saying people have too much money,” his argument began.
The mayor is siding with BuzzFeed News staffers after the company's executives bailed on a negotiation meeting.
"It's about damn time," a letter from the organizing committee said.
The list includes McClatchy, AOL, HuffPost, Yahoo, BuzzFeed and Gannett.
Staff cuts at BuzzFeed, HuffPost, Gannett, Yahoo and AOL marked a horrible month for journalism.
"We have a president of the United States who lies .... serially, routinely, compulsively, such as never has happened in our modern history," he said.
Anthony Cormier said he has "solid" sources who say the president directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a Trump Tower deal in Moscow.
It "reinforces every bad stereotype about the news media," said the legal analyst.
Cuomo warned Mueller's pushback on the outlet's scoop is a major dent in the media's reputation.
After Robert Mueller's team says information in the news site's Michael Cohen article were "not accurate," Giuliani tweets that media have "gone too far."
In a rare public statement, a special counsel spokesman said BuzzFeed’s report about the president’s former attorney was "not accurate."
Jason Leopold understands why the president wants to shift attention, but why he mentioned Cohen's father-in-law is a mystery.
Hogan Gidley told Fox News that the president's former personal attorney is a liar, but dodged when repeatedly pressed on the truth of the allegation.
"Lying to reduce jail time! Watch father-in-law!" the president tweeted.
New reports suggest Trump directed his attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about his business deals in Russia.
Calls for Trump to leave office grow after report claimed he told Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
In early 2017, the news outlet published a dossier of unverified allegations about the president's ties with Russia.