The New York Times
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.
Despite decades of resounding evidence to the contrary, the New York Times ran a front-page story on Tuesday with a headline inexplicably stating that “Trump Urges Unity vs. Racism.”
The Florida gubernatorial race has increasingly made national headlines in the weeks ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections, but on Friday it was the New York Times' own headline that should have been making the news.
The old saying that white people think all Black people look alike reared its ugly head at the New York Times Tuesday morning.
CNN, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Politico were barred from entering a Friday afternoon gaggle with Sean Spicer.
Public health experts claim that the virus has seen a dramatic increase in spite of efforts made to diminish the number of individuals affected.
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