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Today β€” October 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

The Issues That Russian Operatives Used to Divide Americans, in Their Own Words

By SHARON LaFRANIERE

A criminal complaint offered a rare view into how Russian operatives tried to disrupt the American political process, including the midterm elections.

Hey, Facebook, Don’t Make Journalists Do Your Work

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Social platforms have a responsibility to address misinformation as a systemic problem, instead of reacting to case after case.

Disinformation Spreads on WhatsApp Ahead of Brazilian Election

By MIKE ISAAC and KEVIN ROOSE

Facebook, which owns WhatsApp, is trying to prove it can curb the spread of false news. But the app’s design makes it difficult.

Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

White House Correspondents' Association condemns Trump’s rhetoric toward journalists

By Brian Flood

The White House Correspondents' Association condemned remarks that President Trump made on Thursday night when he joked about violence against members of the media.

White House Correspondents' Association condemns Trump’s rhetoric toward journalists

By Brian Flood

The White House Correspondents' Association condemned remarks that President Trump made on Thursday night when he joked about violence against members of the media.

Justice Dept. Accuses Russians of Interfering in Midterm Elections

By ADAM GOLDMAN

Russians working for a close ally of President Vladimir V. Putin created social media accounts to pose as Americans and write posts on divisive issues including race and gender, prosecutors said.

In Khashoggi Disappearance, Turkey’s Slow Drip of Leaks Puts Pressure on Saudis

By CARLOTTA GALL

The calculated media strategy has proved remarkably effective for President Erdogan, ensuring that the case remains front page news around the world.

Instagram Offers Visual Allure, and the Travel Industry Wants In

By ELAINE GLUSAC

Some hotels will do anything to attract the Instagram crowd, and that might include putting a 10-pound doughnut on the room-service menu.

β€˜Corrupt Chris’ and β€˜Two-Faced Tammy’: Candidates Try Their Best Trump Impressions

By KEVIN ROOSE

Candidates have learned what Mr. Trump and his digital campaign gurus figured out in 2016: visceral anger travels further than inspirational messages.

New York Times board member telling Hillary Clinton to stay quiet proves she is β€˜politically radioactive,’ experts say

By Brian Flood

A member of the New York Times editorial board has a message for “broadly unpopular” Hillary Clinton as the crucial midterms loom: stay off the campaign trail or risk firing up the GOP base.

New York Times board member telling Hillary Clinton to stay quiet proves she is β€˜politically radioactive,’ experts say

By Brian Flood

A member of the New York Times editorial board has a message for “broadly unpopular” Hillary Clinton as the crucial midterms loom: stay off the campaign trail or risk firing up the GOP base.

Modern Love: When Sturdy Love Is What You Need

By MICHELLE DUBARRY

There is the often facile social media narrative of overcoming adversity in marriage. And then there is the reality.

Tech We’re Using: An Eye for Photography, but a Google Suite for Events

By WHITNEY RICHARDSON

She was a photo editor. Now she’s an events manager. Whitney Richardson discusses how her career shift at The Times has changed her tech habits.

From Denials to Rogue Killers: How the Saudis’ Khashoggi Story Changed

Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident and journalist, was last seen entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. Since then, Saudi Arabia’s messaging has shifted. Here’s how.

Gutfeld on CNN's anti-mob talking points

By Greg Gutfeld

Remember Brooke Baldwin’s brave moment -- when she faced down a lone voice, in defense of the mob? It was like a reverse David and Goliath!

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Elle magazine slammed for lying about Kim Kardashian, Kanye West breakup to promote voter registration

By Brian Flood

Elle magazine is under fire on Thursday by sending a false tweet to its 6.8 million followers claiming Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are “splitting up” when the attached link directed readers to register to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

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