After Publishing Largely Plagiarized Story, Bust Magazine Offers Extensive Mea Culpa

It would be perfect if it weren’t so unfortunate: a writer with sticky fingers published a story about shoplifting—and got caught stealing. A piece about the Tumblr community of (mostly) young girls who shoplift and tell (“Liftblrs”) by a young writer named Rosie Albrecht that appears in the August/September issue of …

Bachelor in Paradise Host Thinks 'Journalism Is Dead' Because He Didn't Like Misconduct Investigation Reporting

In a new interview promoting the salvaged current season of Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison took the time to share his belief that it’s clear that “journalism is dead, and long gone on every level” because of the confusing and disparate reports surrounding the sexual misconduct investigation over a sexual…

'Fragile, Impetuous, Childlike': Highlights From Mika Brzezinski & Joe Scarborough's Response to Trump

Morning Joe hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have responded to Donald Trump’s most recent Twitter attack, in which the President of the United States and noted misogynist called Brzezinski “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” and said that when he saw her at New Year’s “she was bleeding badly from a face-lift” after she…

The New York Times’s Boner for a Hillary Clinton Mayoralty Has Lasted More Than Four Hours

On Wednesday, a story floating the possibility of a Hillary Clinton run for mayor of New York bubbled up out of the paranoid right-wing stew that is Newsmax.com, citing anonymous sources speculating that “She’s talking about it.” She is almost certainly not, but that hasn’t stopped the New York Times from running not…

Trump's Meeting with the New York Times Is Proof He'll Say Whatever to Whoever Whenever It Suits Him

Having snuck past the crowd waiting for him in the ground-floor lobby, president-elect Donald Trump took questions from reporters at the New York Times Tuesday, whose coverage of him he has deemed “not nice.” Mike Grynbaum and Maggie Haberman, among others, livetweeted the meeting. Let’s see how what he told the Times …

Source Who May or May Not Be Donald Trump Says He Humiliated the Nation's Top Reporters Today

On Monday, Donald Trump summoned the most visible members of the press corps—television news reporters and the executives of their networks—to his gilded apartment building, where he sat them in a boardroom and acted out his best version of The Apprentice in an off-the-record meeting from which the New York Post has…

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