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Oct 07 2021
Facebook Inc. knows, in acute detail, that its platforms are riddled with flaws that cause harm, often in ways only the company fully understands. That is the central finding of a Wall Street Journal series, based on a review of internal Facebook documents, including research reports, online employee discussions and drafts of presentations to senior management.
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Mar 30 2023
Evan Gershkovich, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, was detained by Russia’s main security agency.
Russia’s main security agency said it had detained a Wall Street Journal reporter for what it described as espionage.
The Federal Security Service said Thursday it had detained Evan Gershkovich, a U.S. citizen, in the eastern city of Yekaterinburg.Wall Street Journal (News)
Mar 30 2023
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich has been arrested in Russia on suspicion of espionage, the first time a US journalist has been detained on accusations by Moscow of spying since the Cold War.
“The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation has stopped the illegal activities of US citizen Evan Gershkovich, born in 1991, a correspondent of the Moscow bureauCNN Business
Aug 29 2023
The editorial board of The Wall Street Journal is calling the March 2024 court date set for former President Trump in the Justice Department case regarding his efforts to remain in office after the 2020 election a “mess.” “What a spectacular mess,” the Journal wrote. “Mr. Trump made himself legally vulnerable with his terrible behavior, but the timing of the 2020 election case is the JusticeThe Hill
Jun 22 2023
The editorial board of the Wall Street Journal defended Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito’s op-ed while slamming the ProPublica report claiming he flouted ethics rules. The Wall Street Journal published Alito’s prebuttal essay, in which he argued there was no need to disclose a fishing vacation he took with a Republican donor in his job’s financial report, on Tuesday evening hoursWashington Examiner
Jun 22 2023
It’s a classic case of the press trying to play fair and the subject of the story having other ideas. And in this case, the subject is a Supreme Court justice. I can think of only a handful of times that this has happened, but it certainly makes the journalists feel screwed. A central tenet of media fairness is to give the subject, especially on a negative story, a reasonable chance to reply.Fox News (Online News)
Jun 20 2023
Alito’s Journal column, bluntly headlined “ProPublica Misleads Its Readers,” was an unusual public venture by a Supreme Court justice into the highly opinionated realm of a newspaper editorial page. And it drew criticism late Tuesday for effectively leaking elements of ProPublica’s still-in-progress journalism — with the assistance of the Journal’s editorial-page editors. An editor’s note atWashington Post