In an apparent trend, the newspaper extended sympathy for another violent white woman.


The New York York Times recently ran an article with a clickbait headline distorting the number of murders happening in the city. "After Murders' Doubled Overnight,' the N.Y.P.D. Is Solving Fewer Cases" carelessly gives the impression that the number of murders in New York City has rapidly increased in a short period.  

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A docuseries inspired by ‘The 1619 Project’ is coming to Hulu.


An internal review by the New York Times revealed it has work to do in creating an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for people of varying ethnic backgrounds, especially Black and Latino staff members.


The fallout at the New York Times over a recent headline’s clear mischaracterization of the president’s nonstop racism continued this week with a staff meeting addressing a number of missteps the paper has had covering the topic of race.


The New York Times came under heavy fire for writing an article that suggested that the so-called alt-right wants their extremist views to become "normalized."

Donald Trump offers tax reform in the wake of The New York Times article outing him for not paying taxes and losing almost $1 billion.

Donald Trump refuses to release his taxes, but thanks to a New York Times article, we may now know why he is reluctant to share the info.

As Blacks gain more wealth, they generally move to richer, Whiter neighborhoods, but a new report has debunked that idea.


Comedian Larry Wilmore caused a lot of controversy after using the “n-word” during his speech at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday night. Despite the negative backlash, the White House has come to his defense, saying President Obama “appreciated the spirit of Mr. Wilmore’s expressions on Saturday night.” White House Press Secretary Josh […]


In the February 2016, Trump earned $400 million worth of free media coverage. CNN Money reported Trump has only spent $10 million on television advertising during his bid for the nation’s highest office.

Charles M. Blow (pictured), a respected New York Times columnist posted a series of distressed tweets to his over 123, ooo Twitter followers on Saturday, explaining that his son, Tahj Blow, a junior at Yale, informed him about a school police officer who mistook him for a burglary suspect and drew a gun on him as he exited his school’s library. Tahj, a third […]