"I've said this for a long time, the Jewish people in the United States either don't like Israel or don't care about Israel," Trump said.
Lawmakers held stock in news companies, television networks, and social-media giants, an Insider investigation found
Virgil Abloh is one of modern fashion's most popular designers, known for his efforts revolutionizing luxury streetwear.
Recent records obtained by the New York Times show what happened in Epstein's final days in prison before he took his own life.
"It is weird to think that presentation isn't politics," said Tressie McMillan Cottom, who wrote 3 out of 4 stories called out by the senators.
A New York Times article entitled 'Who is the Bad Art Friend,' about Dawn Dorland and Sonya Larson's feud over a kidney donation, has gone viral.
Many Americans "don't trust the government or its ability to improve their lives, and it's not hard to see why," Heather Boushey wrote in the NYT.
Michael Cohen suggested Donald Trump's lawsuit against Mary Trump could backfire if he is forced to give a deposition.
The New York Times said Zuckerberg used an "electric surfboard" in a July video. He says he was powering the surfboard "with my own legs."
Donald Trump, who has long sought to keep his tax returns private, filed a lawsuit against Mary Trump and The New York Times on Tuesday.
The company released a second quarter report on "widely-viewed content" last week, which painted a rosier picture of what users see on the platform.
A group of 128 people from the New York Times managed to leave Afghanistan once the Qatari government stepped in to help.
Recent dissents from Justices Gorsuch and Thomas suggest that the Supreme Court may reconsider the 1964 decision of New York Times v. Sullivan.
The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times asked for an "unequivocal signal" that the Biden team will support reporters.
The document offered "a range of options" for the paper to respond to tech workers' unionization efforts and was "sent accidentally," The Times said.
Dr. Anthony Fauci told Kara Swisher of the New York Times that he tries to focus on work, but "obscene notes" to his wife and daughters bother him.
It stemmed from the Trump administration's investigation of leaks deemed unflattering to the former president.