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.
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.
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.
Lara Trump could win or "at the very least it would be very competitive," retiring Republican Congressman Peter King said.
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 [
House Democrats don't need advice from journalists on how to be ruthlessly partisan, because that's their natural state. But left-wing writer Jamelle Bouie is here to help where he can.
President Donald Trump had been briefed on the whistleblower complaint that's now at the heart of the House impeachment inquiry when he released military aid to Ukraine in September, The New York Times reported Monday, citing two people familiar with the matter.
Wasting untold time and energy, New York Times newsroom leaders continue to struggle with the not-very-difficult question of whether they ought to refer to Donald Trump as a racist. More than four years after Trump entered our national political conversation by announcing his candidacy for president, the Times still can't figure out if the paper should accurately label him for his obviously racist behavior.
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.”
The New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll questioned a narrow portion of Democrats who supported Trump in 2016 in swing states and plan to vote for him again — even though some supported Democrats in the midterms.
Two-thirds of people in six battleground states who voted for President Trump in 2016 but Democrats in the 2018 midterms are returning to the president for 2020, according to a surprising new poll.
The New York Times tried to shore up a major source of the left’s anti-Trump conspiracies in the paper’s Sunday Review section by running an op-ed, “Don’t Let Trump Rewrite History,” by Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch, founders of Fusion GPS, which put together the notorious and discredited anti-Trump dossier, full of lurid and sensational Russian-gleaned disinformation. But in its concern over “Trump rewriting history,” the paper let them get away with a pretty hefty omission of their own.