April 17, 2013 · 2 Comments
By Jason Hirthler: If you went to The New York Times for even-handed coverage of the Venezuelan election this past Sunday, you were out of luck.
By Jason Hirthler: The New York Times coverage of Hugo Chavez’ death was a bunker buster of misinformation.
By Peter Hart: Left-wing Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa was poised to win re-election on Sunday. Give that fact, the New York Times went with a peculiar headline for ...
By Keane Bhatt: On Sunday, February 10, The New York Times published a slight, 500-word dispatch on Venezuela from reporter William Neuman titled, “Venezuela, Despite Troubles, Proudly Seizes On a Hat.”
By Nick Alexandrov: Efraín Rios Montt, Guatemala’s former dictator, may yet face the consequences of his actions.
By Glenn Greenwald: A few relatively brief items worthy of note today, the New York Times' Charlie Savage reported yesterday that the State Department "reassigned Daniel Fried, the special envoy for closing the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and will not replace him".
By Mark Weisbrot: Last week, the New York Times did something it has never done before: in its "Room for Debate" section, it offered differing views on Venezuela.
By Stephen Lendman: The New York Times debated it. Nine views were presented. Mark Weisbrot co-directs the Center for Economic and Policy Research. He’s fair-minded and ...
By Meena Jagannath: A recent New York Times op-ed offers only half the picture. What is the point of doing any work in Haiti? After all, the ...
By Peter Hart: The New York Times updates readers Thursday on the health status of left-wing Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, and the political implications for his country. But the paper starts out by suggesting that the people who keep electing him must have some kind of problem.Next Page »