New York Times responds to Trump calling them the ‘enemy of the people’

President Trump’s tweet calling the New York Times the “ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE” brought a blistering response from The Gray Lady’s publisher who said the phrase “isn’t just false, it’s dangerous.” Trump set off the dust-up Wednesday morning when he tweeted: “The New York Times reporting is false. They are a true ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!” Several hours later, the […]

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Sales of Enquirer’s Bezos exclusive were a ‘big disappointment’

The National Enquirer story that blew the lid off Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ extramarital affair may have dominated the news cycle — but it was a disappointment on newsstands, according to a well-placed source. The Enquirer had originally planned to release the scintillating story to newsstands on Jan. 16, but was thwarted when the Enquirer called Bezos for comment a […]

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Who made Hearst’s decision to kill Bryan Singer story?

How high up the Hearst corporate ladder did the alleged decision go to kill a story — intended for Esquire’s December issue — that alleged a series of underage boys were sexually abused or raped by “Bohemian Rhapsody” director Bryan Singer over a period of decades? The story was written by Maximillian Potter and Alex French, both contract writers for […]

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Fox News host Bret Baier, family involved in ‘major car crash’

Fox News host Bret Baier and his family were involved in a “major car crash” in Montana over the holiday weekend, which, according to him, left them “banged up, but alive.” “Don’t take anything for granted,” Baier said in a statement Tuesday. “It’s always good to remind yourself of that before something does it for you.” Baier had been on […]

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Sports Illustrated delays date for 2019’s Swimsuit Edition

Sports Illustrated this week said it was postponing the launch of its most profitable issue, the one devoted to swimsuits, which is now a multimedia extravaganza, from mid-February to mid-May. It marked the first time since its debut in 1964 that the issue has not appeared in the dead of winter. “It’s hard to think about swimsuits when it’s 18 […]

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Facebook is going to invest $300 million in local news

Facebook says it is investing $300 million over the next three years in local news programs, partnerships and other initiatives. The money will go toward reporting grants for local newsrooms, expanding Facebook’s program to help local newsrooms with subscription business models and investing in nonprofits aimed at supporting local news. The move comes at a difficult time for the news […]

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Jacqueline Devine, wife of late Post editor, dies at 87

Jacqueline Devine, wife of late New York Post editor Frank Devine, died in Sydney, Australia, on Dec. 13 at age 87. She is survived by daughters Miranda, Rosalind and Alexandra, and eight grandchildren. Frank Devine, a distinguished foreign correspondent in New York, London and ­Tokyo, edited Rupert Murdoch’s Chicago Sun-Times before moving to New York to edit The Post. He […]

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Conservative radio host in hiding after receiving threat of mass shooting

Conservative radio talk show host Michael Savage has “changed locations” after a restaurant he frequents received a mass shooting threat for serving him. The undisclosed establishment allegedly received an email warning of “serious f—ing damage” if they allowed Savage to dine at the restaurant again. “I DEMAND THAT YOU REFUSE TO ALLOW MICHAEL… IN YOUR F—ING RESTAURANT AGAIN,” reads the […]

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Justice Department backs off Comcast-NBCUniversal merger probe

President Trump is poised to lose yet another battle over a big media merger that he hates. The Department of Justice has decided against ramping up an investigation into Comcast’s seven-year-old acquisition of NBCUniversal — despite Trump recently doubling down on his criticism of the tie-up as anticompetitive, The Post has learned. The DOJ said in August it was still […]

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