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It's the latest case of COVID-19 hypocrisy at Murdoch's right-wing News Corp.
A photo from the set of DiCaprio's latest film lit up the social media network.
Rupert Murdoch's tabloid takes 3 days to respond to reporter's charges. Journalist Laura Italiano has since quit over the "incorrect story."
Republicans delighted in a New York Post story claiming the vice president was profiting off of migrant kids at the border. But the piece was totally false.
A veteran New York Post reporter has resigned Saying she was “ordered” to write a story about Kamala Harris’ book being given to migrant children in “welcome kits.”
The mogul's right-wing media empire is being called out after some high-profile "fake news" incidents.
Journalist Laura Italiano said she failed to push back hard enough against the incorrect story, describing the incident as her "breaking point."
“The New York Post does not see this as a conservative or liberal issue — it’s an issue of life and death," the tabloid's editorial board wrote in an op-ed.
The Republican senator from Missouri claimed he was being muzzled in the most un-muzzled way possible.
“Mr. President, it’s time to end this dark charade,” the editorial began in the tabloid, owned by Trump’s right-wing backer Rupert Murdoch.
Women get harassed, stalked, even targeted for assault and murder when people question their sexual morality in a public and shaming manner.
Twitter users turned the tabloid's tweet against itself.
The smear campaign started in the New York Post — and the co-author has ties to Steve Bannon and a network of disinformation specialists.
“I think our interview is now over.” President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer flipped out on a Fox Business host after she compared him to an ex-British spy.
Trump ally Rudy Giuliani gave The New York Post emails allegedly belonging to Joe Biden's son, Hunter. But it's still unclear if they're real or if they were hacked.
The social media platform said it would label, instead of block, tweets containing potentially hacked materials unless they're directly shared by hackers.
The series of events laid out by the conservative tabloid and pushed by Trumpworld strain credibility and suggest a crude political hit.
The thinly sourced article made several unverified claims about Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
"It’s just, as Trump would say, mean and nasty," the tabloid’s conservative editorial board warned.
Both the New York mayor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo lambasted the president's recent comment about bailing out states runs by Democrats.