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Don't ask why feminists "hate men." Be amazed that we don't.
John Cleese takes aim at the Daily Telegraph saying it’s not a proper newspaper.
For most Americans, The BBC is the broadcasters that produces stuff like Downton Abbey (except that is ITV), and other Masterpiece Theater shows that they occasionally watch on PBS - maybe. But in Britain, The BBC is under fire.
The Telegraph might be withholding emails related to a ridiculous smear campaign to label Labour politicians as pedophiles: yet another example of the Telegraph pandering to its friends in the Conservative government.
Telegraph Media Group is this week implementing a radical restructure of its editorial operation to focus on using digital
Here are a few examples: British newspapers were forced to dramatically change their front pages on Thursday night after
The Daily Telegraph’s parent company was ordered Tuesday to pay more than $100,000 in damages over a book review. The British
The Daily Telegraph's weekly world edition (called, unsurprisingly, The Weekly Telegraph), ran a front page on its latest
13-year old "singing" sensation Rebecca Black burst suddenly onto the scene a couple weeks back when her video Friday started
Telegraph Media Group is understood to be planning to introduce charging for some of its digital content from September. The
Author Susan Hill and the Daily Telegraph's Gaby Wood are among the judges for next year's Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Writer
• A late August news story about a six-year-old boy who was allegedly given a 23-book deal caught the attention of numerous
An Englishman, an Irishman, and a Scotsman walked into a bar.
The Guardian's Meir Javedanfar: The short note scrawled on the card suggests his family changed its name to Ahmadinejad when
Desperate to stay alive, beleaguered newspaper executives first tried to monetize their content. Now they're desperately trying to monetize their journalists.
The Telegraph is claiming that a US funded poll indicates Hamid Karzai will not win re-election as President of Afghanistan. But the Washington Post reported the same poll differently.
This tall, lithe, creature, with toned-as-Michelle-Obama's arms and a living-in-the-Bahamas tan, a creature whose latest internationally bestselling novel has garnered reviews Martin Amis would kill for, can't really mean 'self-loathing,' can she?
British newspapers sometimes give away CDs or DVDs in the hope that readers enticed by free copies of "Batman 26" might cast