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US President Donald Trump has escalated his attack on the media by announcing the 'Fake News Awards' for "very corrupt and dishonest" coverage, with a... [Read More]
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A former Department of Energy photographer has filed a federal whistleblower suit alleging he lost his job after leaking photos of a private meeting between... [Read More]
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When President Trump finally tweeted a link to the award "winners" Wednesday night, the website that houses the list initially kept crashing, perhaps due to... [Read More]
The start of holiday movie season means blockbusters, family films and time to consider which movies might win awards. One of this season's most anticipated... [Read More]
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The Republican president announced his top-10 list -- which included his regular targets CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post -- using his... [Read More]
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Read more about Trump's 'fake news' award list is out: Paul Krugman, CNN among 'winners' on Business Standard. 'The New York Times FALSELY claimed on... [Read More]
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CNN and The New York Times are winners... [Read More]
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(London Telegraph) Donald Trump gave the broadcaster CNN four of his "fake news" awards on Wednesday as he used the gimmick to escalate his attacks... [Read More]
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Other recipients of his unique award are 'ABC News', 'CNN', 'Time' and 'The Washington Post'... [Read More]
The newspaper's decision touched on a long-running debate about how to cover a country sharply divided by politics. [Read More]
The "Fake News Awards" announced on the Republican National Committee website and touted by President Donald Trump pose a conundrum: Does it really count if... [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his long-promised "Fake News Awards," with New York Times columnist Paul Krugman topping the list of "the most corrupt... [Read More]
President names The New York Times economics pundit Paul Krugman as recipient of the top 'honor'... [Read More]
After weeks of speculation, the "Fake News Awards" promised by Trump were posted on the GOP's official website on Jan. 12. Here is the full... [Read More]
After postponing the announcement of the 'Fake News Awards' winners for a week, the president's event crashed the website of the GOP. The New York... [Read More]
The web site for President Trump's "fake news awards" crashed around 8 p.m. Wednesday as the president announced the much-anticipated event on Twitter. To nobody's... [Read More]
President Trump's long-awaited announcement of the "Fake News Awards" was temporarily delayed Wednesday when the website of the Republican Party, where the awards were to... [Read More]
The New York Times and CNN are among the top "winners" of President Trump's "Fake News Awards." But high web traffic kept the results hidden... [Read More]
The eagerly-awaited "Trumpies" awards are in, with The New York Times heading the list. ABC News placed second and CNN placed third, sixth, seventh and... [Read More]
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