A group of county commissioners in Florida on Tuesday voted against funding a digital subscription to The New York Times for 70,000 residents who are library cardholders.
A Florida county commission voted against paying for a digital New York Times subscription for the local library after previously gaining attention for calling the paper “fake news.”
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), as well as a number of users on Twitter, ripped the New York Times on Tuesday for spreading fake news regarding the actions of the Democrats' star impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s role in President Donald Trump’s efforts to solicit foreign election interference from Ukraine was further cemented by newly released State Department documents. “Internal State Department emails and documents released late Friday further implicate Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a campaign orchestrated this year by President Trump and his personal [
‘Final straw’ was refusal to allow partner to mark dubious claims by far-right parties
It looks like Crain’s New York might’ve just caught Assemblyman Michael Blake robbing the taxpayers. Now let’s see what the state’s various ethics watchdogs (watch-Chihuahuas?) do about it. State legislators are entitled to per-diem payments to cover expenses in Albany, as well as travel reimbursements. But — spoiler alert! — they can only collect for
Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim has movie-star looks, a new Chelsea gallery — and a reputation for ripping off artists, according to multiple sources who spoke to The Post. The 38-year-old art seller, known for his blowout Art Basel bashes, has been accused of stiffing artists for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Hoerle-Guggenheim vehemently denies these allegations. “I
L.A. County officials have rebuffed Mayor Eric Garcetti's request for Measure H funds to open and operate an additional 800 beds at homeless shelters.
A campaign for executive editor: “People are trying to impress the boss.”
Newsweek analysis found that Trump Jr. referred to 30 separate articles from news outlets that have been dubbed "fake news" or otherwise attacked by himself or his father.
Once a year, Maureen Dowd, the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at the New York Times, allows her Republican brother Kevin Dowd to take over her column and opine about anything that he sees as a matter of importance. This year, he laid out his argument for President Trump's second term and what he sees as a flawed Democratic field.
Earlier this month, the Democratic-controlled New York legislature quietly passed a bill that would “prohibit employers from discriminating against employees based on the employees' or dependent's reproductive health decisions.” On Nov. 8, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law, even though it has no religious exemptions. This means the new law could essentially force pro-life religious organizations to hire people who disagree with their very purpose — or face consequences.