Squishy wording of a 1993 Republican-backed law overturning a ban on government-funded fetal tissue research is at the heart of allegations against Planned Parenthood that have led to a Department of Justice investigation.
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The New York Times launched a stunning defense against raising taxes on the wealthy in a news story Wednesday that seemed more like well-dressed opinion.
We should only believe accusations of rape vetted by qualified liberals.
The FBI signaled this week agents may be investigating whether Planned Parenthood's dealings in fetal tissue were legal.
The New York Times and other media outlets buried the phrase "Allahu akbar" in reports on the man who carried out what authorities are treating as a deadly terror attack in New York City on Tuesday.
The New York Times has corrected five stories on President Donald Trump's response to the Charlottesville protests, admitting in each report to misquoting what the president said in the aftermath of the violence.
Hope Hicks will be named the new White House communications director, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
President Trump refused to take a phone call from Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Friday, and said he will not speak with the socialist leader until "democracy is restored in that country."
Politico reporters used a leaked transcript of a Wall Street Journal interview with President Donald Trump to cast Gerard Baker as a Trump stooge and imply an editorial mutiny is brewing Tuesday, although the transcript itself yielded no major bombshells.
Two scoops from The New York Times on a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer contain a key disclaimer about five paragraphs deep clarifying there is still "no evidence" of collusion.
The media is now blaming dead veterans for Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 presidential election.
Steve Bannon used a long list of Hillary Clinton insults to motivate Donald Trump on the campaign trail, an excerpt from a new book on the powerful duo reveals.
When Hillary Clinton claimed "17 intelligence agencies" agree on Russian meddling in the third presidential debate, a host of media outlets including The New York Times rated the claim as 100 percent true. Nine months later, those same outlets say the stat is obviously false, and there's been a "simple" explanation as to why all along.
The New York Times said the facts behind a bogus Russia claim the media has been pushing for nine months now are "simple" in a story Thursday that does not mention the paper rated the claim as true when it was first used by Hillary Clinton.
The entire basis of CNN's meme witch hunt might have come crashing down Wednesday as Buzzfeed showed that the actual video's origins are not so easily ascertained, and the network is likely harassing the wrong guy.
News of President Trump's tweet in support of a brain-damaged baby sentenced to death by the United Kingdom was largely absent from the home page of establishment media sites early Monday.
The Associated Press "clarified" a false claim it's been running in stories about President Trump and Russia on Friday, conceding in a release it's not the case that 17 intelligence agencies "agreed" on the hacking narrative.
The New York Times has issued an absurdly written correction to a story about President Trump and Russian meddling.
President Trump said the Senate should immediately repeal Obamacare if their replacement plan fails.