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Judith Miller’s Blame-Shifting Memoir

Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller.

U.S. intelligence veterans recall the real story of how New York Times reporter Judith Miller disgraced herself and her profession by helping to mislead Americans into the disastrous war in Iraq. They challenge the slick, self-aggrandizing rewrite of history in…

No Lessons Learned at the NYT

Former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller.

Exclusive: Mistakes were made on the Iraq War in 2003 and lessons have been learned, the New York Times says, but those lessons haven’t carried over to the Times’ deeply biased coverage of the crises in Syria and Ukraine, reports…

Will Ukraine Be NYT’s Waterloo?

Screen shot of the fatal fire in Odessa, Ukraine, on May 2, 2014. (From RT video)

Exclusive: As Ukrainian soldiers from the coup regime in Kiev tighten the noose around anti-coup rebels in eastern Ukraine, the New York Times continues its cheerleading for the coup regime and its contempt for the rebels, raising grave questions about…

Who Blocked Syrian Peace Talks?

Syrian opposition leader Ahmad al-Jarba.

Exclusive: Though the international press reported earlier this year that it was the Syrian opposition blocking peace talks, that reality has disappeared in recent U.S. articles which blame lack of negotiations on President Bashar al-Assad, all the better to build…

US Journalists and War Crime Guilt

From the Archive: Not only have George W. Bush and the Iraq War architects¬†skated away from meaningful accountability, but so too have the media figures who provided the propaganda framework for the illegal invasion, a break with¬†a principle sternly enforced…