Trump to start digital media outlet to undermine Fox – report

Donald Trump's decision to crush the dominant conservative news outlet seems linked to its early call that Arizona went to Joe Biden.

Entrepreneur Garrett Shiner Reflects On the Success of His Apparel Brand 'Easel'

Building a brand from scratch and scaling it to great heights takes a tremendous amount of experience, vision, and fortitude.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stands with US President Donald Trump after signing the A
Netanyahu’s Trump-like behavior may have an end date - analysis

Both rail against the media on a regular basis. Both have been investigated and essentially put on trial.

A man is silhouetted against a video screen with a Twitter and a Facebook logo
Social media's arbitrary actions could be controlling our minds - analysis

The unprecedented attempt by both Facebook and Twitter to stop people posting a news story has major ramifications for global media, democracy and regulators.

French teacher's murder brings media terminology into spotlight - analysis

The murder has led to controversy online about how the killing was covered, particularly with the wording used in headlines that appeared to focus attention on the murderer rather than the victim.

The Israeli media war with Hezbollah - analysis

Hezbollah reads Israeli media and its media even quotes Israeli accounts to boost their own perception of events.

Honest Reporting CEO Daniel Pomerantz is seen addressing The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference.
Honest Reporting CEO speaks at Jerusalem Post Annual Conference

Pomerantz recounted events from his professional and personal life that made him aware of bias against Israel.

L to R: Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,
Gulf media: Israel-Gulf relations are an 'alliance of stability'

The goal of the Gulf states is to recreate a security framework that has been eroded since the 1990s.

China, US trade attacks after paper refuses to carry US envoy's op-ed

The strongly worded comments from both sides come amid rapidly deteriorating relations between the world's two largest economies ahead of November's US presidential election.

Does Benjamin Netanyahu photobomb historical events? - analysis

Netanyahu's critics would call it ego. His defenders would say that he is the son of a historian, and he likes to be part of history.

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