Washington Post correction tells a sordid tale of agenda-driven ‘journalism’

More On: journalism Washington Post correction points to larger issue with agenda-driven anonymous sources The CDC’s absurd guidelines and other commentary How the biased media weaves opinion into the news How Myanmar is cracking down on journalists “Democracy dies in darkness” has been The Washington Post’s oh-so-sanctimonious slogan these last four years, but what does promoting anonymous lies do for […]

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Women post photos of legs to support tights model jailed in Belarus

Women post photos of their legs in stockings to support tights model jailed for protesting against re-election of President Lukashenko in Belarus Former Miss Belarus Olga Khizinkova was convicted last month after protesting  There have been constant demonstrations in Minsk since rigged August election Now women are taking fight for justice online in solidarity with the tights model  Social media […]

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What did Lili Reinhart post about Breonna Taylor and why is she receiving backlash? – The Sun

ACTRESS Lili Reinhart has faced backlash after captioning a nude Instagram photo with a call for justice in the Breonna Taylor case. Social media users called the caption "ignorant and tone-deaf." Breonna Taylor was a young Black woman who was fatally shot in her own home by police. Who is Lili Reinhart? Lilli Reinhart is an actress most notable for […]

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Inside Lisa Armstrong’s post-£31m divorce lockdown as she gets ‘all dressed up with nowhere to go’ and bakes at home – The Sun

LISA Armstrong is isolating alone following her £31million divorce settlement from ex-husband Ant McPartlin – but that hasn't stopped her from getting glammed up. The make-up artist, 43, told fans she's been getting "all dressed up with nowhere to go" in lockdown as she shows off the results of her beauty regime. Posing for a number of gorgeous selfies, Lisa […]

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Everton post record losses of £112million but are set to avoid any Premier League sanctions – The Sun

EVERTON have posted record losses of nearly £112m for the 2018-19 financial year. But the Toffees are not currently facing any Premier League sanctions as they are STILL meeting financial targets. The Goodison outfit confirmed a loss for the year to June of £111,815,000 – coming after losses of £13.07m in 2017-18. Prem rules allow clubs to lose an average of […]

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