Osaka didn't create the conflict between the overwhelmingly white tennis establishment and its Black women stars; she just protected herself from it.
After bombing the building, Israel said it was used by Hamas, but The Associated Press said it had no indication of that despite "actively" checking.
While prior administrations have followed the practice, some reporters told Politico that Biden's team was abusing it.
A Twitter and Roblox user who posed as a WHCA member managed to land four questions in recent Biden administration briefings, Politico reported.
A UK judge is set to rule today, January 4, on the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the US, where he would face an array of conspiracy and hacking charges. At 10 a.m. at London’s Old Bailey courthouse, a district judge is scheduled to deliver her decision on […]
Members of US President Donald Trump’s campaign team on Sunday shared images of a Washington Times cover from 2000 that supposedly declared Al Gore president. Tim Murtaugh, who served as director of communications for Trump’s reelection campaign, tweeted on Sunday that the headline was “a reminder that the media doesn’t […]
President Donald Trump applauded violence against reporters during a campaign rally on Tuesday night. “They grabbed a guy – ‘I’m a reporter! I’m a reporter!’ – ‘Get out of here!’ They threw him aside like a bag of popcorn. But honestly, when you watch the crap we’ve all had to […]
Business Insider’s Henry Blodget interviewed former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci about the latest in politics, the economy, and President Trump. Scaramucci claimed Trump is “doing the best he can to tell the truth” and that Trump intentionally attacks the media as a diversion tactic. “He’s definitely not a […]
Newspapers offer a glimpse into the past and inform us of the events of the present. Some newspapers are remembered along with the significant historical event they reported on, like the Chicago Tribune’s front page featuring Obama winning the 2008 presidential election. Here are 11 of the most iconic newspaper […]
Newspapers revolutionised communication and the way people receive news. Some of the first newspapers emerged in the 1800s and have been so successful that they continue to reach millions of readers two decades later. Here are nine of the very first editions of famous American newspapers like New York Times […]
The Senate unanimously passed a resolution affirming that the news media is not the enemy of the people. President Donald Trump regularly refers to the press as enemies of the country, expressing his anger with critical or unfavorable coverage. WASHINGTON – The Republican-led Senate passed a resolution affirming its commitment […]
President Donald Trump told veteran television reporter Lesley Stahl that he attacks the press to “demean” and “discredit” reporters so that the public won’t believe “negative stories” about him. Stahl said Trump made the remark during a meeting the two had at Trump Tower before her sit-down interview with the […]
The White House communications team canceled its large daily staff meeting following the recent leak of an offensive comment made about Sen. John McCain by a press shop aide. A smaller group of top communications staffers, rather than the full group of approximately 30 employees, met on Tuesday, Wednesday, and […]
Cambodia’s last independent English-language daily has been sold to the owner of a public relations firm with links to current Prime Minister Hun Sen. The PR firm lists “Cambodia and Hun Sen’s entry into the Government seat” among its previous work. Sen has overseen a sweeping media crackdown ahead of […]
President Donald Trump went golfing at his Florida resort just 90 minutes after his press aide told reporters he had a “full schedule of meetings and phone calls.” Trump is spending the Thanksgiving holiday at Mar-a-Lago, his Palm Beach club. President Donald Trump arrived at the Trump International Golf Club […]
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