The New York Times has published the personal tax data of President Donald Trump spanning a decade's worth of time from long before he was a candidate for president, saying the documents show that Trump lost more than a billion dollars in the timeframe of 1985 to 1994.
Everything about Donald Trump is a fake. The hair, the hue, and, yes, the money.
“It wasn’t always so easy. About 13 years ago, I was seriously in trouble. I was billions of dollars in debt,” Trump said in his opening narrative of the main titles of the show in 2004. "But I fought back and I won, big league."
Chris Hughes, one of Facebook's original cofounders, called Mark Zuckerberg's power "unprecedented and un-American" in a scathing op-ed in the New York Times on Thursday.
The New York Times led readers to believe it had blown the lid off of President Trump’s massive business failures with its very long report Tuesday night, detailing his $1.17 billion loss between 1985 and 1994.
A lot of masks are slipping off lately.
Patients at the University of Rochester Thompson Health hospital are treated to the adorable parade every year
The Ferryman, What The Constitution Means To Me and Tootsie continued to build some awards momentum this week, with the New York Drama Critics Circle naming Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman the 2018-19 season’s best play, Heidi Schreck’s Constitution as the best American play and Robert Horn/David Yazbek’s Tootsie best musical. All three productions are in [
The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to use a different method to estimate the "future health risks of air pollution" in an analysis of a proposed new rule, which could "drastically" decrease the projected number of premature deaths from air pollution, The New York Times reported Monday.
One Brooklyn bar is valiantly taking a stand for the Aperol Spritz as a drink at large.
The CDC confirmed 60 new measles cases last week, mostly in New York, bringing the 2019 total to 764 — highest in 25 years.