"Showing up for work as a centrist at an American newspaper should not require bravery," she wrote in her resignation letter.
Greenwald, The Intercept founder, has openly criticized Israel and its political leadership, while the publication’s reporters have frequently scrutinized Israel’s right-wing government.
The New York Times has come under fire after it published an editorial on June 3 from US Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, titled "Send in the Troops."
Was it offensive to publish the June 3, 2020 Cotton op-ed that called for sending in the troops to restore order after a week of protests in the US?
The list details the names of each of the selected coronavirus casualties, followed by their name and one sentence describing the uniqueness of the life of the deceased
The new command is intended for "immediate execution," according to the New York Times.
Almost overnight, the community paper's advertising business collapsed as the pandemic emptied movie theaters, music clubs, concert halls and arts venues.
China denounced the newspaper's column as racist and, after the newspaper declined to apologize, revoked the visas of the three reporters in Beijing.
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