An email to staff said the company is in the midst of an "internal reflection" regarding systemic racism but didn’t provide many details about what that means.
Supriya Dwivedi, former host of The Morning Show, said the news outlet allowed “false narratives about refugees, Muslims, Sikhs, and other targeted groups” on air, increasing the hate she would receive when she corrected the record.
Calling it a win for representation, Filipino millennials are excited to see ‘Blue’s Clues & You!’ host Josh cook with his grandmother.
The longtime New Yorker writer is out.
A tiny hamlet in southern India rejoiced after Harris made history as the first woman and woman of colour to be elected vice president.
People say they’d be less stressed if all updates were reported with animated bobbleheads and video game health bars.
A damning new study examines the British media’s response to monkey dust, a drug that supposedly turned users into “zombies” with "superhuman" strength.
The strongest reporting on the LA riots of 1992 came from Black writers at a hip-hop magazine. In 2020, the infrastructure for a robust Black press doesn't exist.
The call was an election simulation featuring New Yorker all-stars. Toobin apologized for the "embarrassingly stupid mistake."
After Bret Stephens regurgitated criticisms of his colleagues’ 1619 Project, NYT brass held a meeting to clarify who at the paper can write about what.
“Finally,” one staffer tells VICE News.
The company sent staffers a fake email touting executive bonuses of up to $10,000 for "commitment to excellence."