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Buzzfeed Beats Defamation Lawsuit over Trump Russia 'Dossier'
A federal judge in Miami threw out a defamation lawsuit Wednesday by a Russian businessman against Buzzfeed over the publication of the infamous Russia "dossier" in January 2017, saying it was
Watch: Alex Marlow, Nigel Farage, Charlie Kirk Discuss Andrew Breitbart’s Legacy at Turning Point Student Summit
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow joined British politician Nigel Farage and Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on Thursday to discuss Andrew Breitbart's lasting legacy.
Alex Marlow: 'The Anti-Establishment Movement in the U.S. and Around the World Can Be Traced Back to Andrew Breitbart'
Breitbart News' Jerome Hudson spoke with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Thursday about the new media legacy Andrew Breitbart built a decade ago.
Former Senate staffer sentenced to two months in prison over leaks to reporters
The former security chief for the Senate Intelligence Committee was sentenced to two months in prison Thursday for lying to the FBI about his contacts with reporters. The sentence handed down against
The Bangladeshi fake-news campaign that Facebook removed shared content about India
Facebook and Twitter announced yesterday (Dec. 20) that they had removed up to 30 accounts for spreading coordinated misinformation from Bangladesh, just 10 days ahead…
Nolte -- NBC News Contributor: If We Can't Indict Donald Trump, Let's Go After His Children
One more example of how the left is killing off liberalism.
CNN’s Acosta: Mattis Departure Raises the Question as to 'Whether the Wheels Are on' at the White House
Thursday on CNN, network chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis raised questions about the stability of President Donald Trump’s
Trump Critics Call for Removal from Office over Syria Withdrawal
Critics of President Donald Trump's decision Thursday to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria have begun to call for his removal from office -- with one even referring to a military coup.
Alfonso Cuarón on Roma: ‘We cast for almost a year … I couldn’t find the right person'
The Mexican director’s movie based on the life of his family’s maid when he was a child has been voted the Guardian’s No 1 film of 2018. He explains why it is so personalCongratulations, Alfonso, Roma
Sacked Der Spiegel reporter Claas Relotius returns awards
Other prizes stripped as exposure of fake stories used by far right to denounce mediaThe award-winning German journalist who admitted falsifying stories on a large scale over several years has
Russian media regulator to investigate BBC's operations
Retaliatory move comes after UK watchdog found network RT broke impartiality rulesRussia’s media regulator has said it will carry out checks to determine whether the BBC is in compliance with Russian
Facebook donates $1 million to support Wikipedia
Facebook has donated $1 million to the Wikimedia Endowment, with the goal of supporting Wikipedia and other of the foundation‘s projects.
Podcast: ‘Problematic Women’ on Self-Care in the Digital Age, Surprising Wisdom From Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
First lady Melania Trump’s spokeswoman unleashes a fiery CNN op-ed in defense of the first lady, debunking the media narrative she has faced all year.... Read More The post Podcast: ‘Problematic
Blue State Blues: White House Press Briefings Should Open with a Prayer
The positive impact of the "Prayer of the Press Secretary" would not remain confined to the briefing room, but would radiate to the nation as a whole.
Delingpole: CNN's 'Journalist of the Year' Fraudster Smeared Trump's Rural America
Claas Relotius - the CNN 'Journalist of the Year' exposed as a lying fraud - smeared small-town American Trump voters as backward, gun-toting hicks in one of his fake news articles for the German
UK to press for release of Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar
Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt says case of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo is a top priorityThe foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has pledged to make the fight to release of two Reuters journalists imprisoned
Der Spiegel to run 23-page special on reporter who faked stories
German magazine calls Claas Relotius scam ‘worst thing that can happen’ to editorial teamThe German news weekly Der Spiegel is to publish a 23-page special report on how one of its award-winning
Here Are Our Favorite Nonfiction Books of 2018
Reading isn’t dead yet! In fact, 2018 was another banner year for great works of nonfiction, including, if you’ll pardon the nepotism, a pair of bestsellers penned by our own editorial staffers.
We Asked About Your Worst Gift Ever. We Had No Idea It Could Be This Bad.
This holiday season, we asked you about some of the worst gifts you’ve ever received. And wow, did you respond. We heard from readers—many of whom, understandably, wanted to remain anonymous—about
Nolte: The Media's Shameless Flip-Flop on Syria
Trump is keeping a campaign promise to pull out of Syria, and Jim Mattis did not receive a single vote from We the People in support of his foreign policy vision.