The police body camera footage showed the man, Daniel Prude, handcuffed and sitting in a street, wearing nothing but a white hood
The question of presidential health has sometimes played an important role in election contests, but rarely has it seemed more acute than this year as 74-year-old Trump squares off against 77-year-old Biden
Weiss’ observations hold true for most self-proclaimed ‘liberal’ newsrooms across the world.
Bari Weiss' resignation from NYT spurs 'illiberalism' debate in US, but for Indian media, free and fair journalism is a myth
The resignation of Bari Weiss is interesting because it is an issue of freedom of press in America — one that points to a curtailing of freedom from a direction not usually accused of being an enemy of free speech and free thought.
Donald Trump a 'narcissist', embraced ‘cheating as way of life’, says US president's niece Mary Trump in tell-all book
The book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”, depicts a multigenerational saga of greed, betrayal and internecine tension
End of reason: Why statue vandalism, thought policing and rise of a 'woke' religion signal decline of liberalism
To a certain extent, this upheaval was due because the US never really got down to confront its racist past the way Germans did.
Bon Appetit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport steps down amid allegations of racism as old brownface photo resurfaces online
One staffer, Sohla El-Waylly, claimed on Instagram that she hasn’t been paid for appearing in videos for Bon Appetit’s popular YouTube channel, in contrast to white editors who did likewise.
The New York Times devotes entire front page to 1,000 COVID-19 victims: The project behind long, solemn list of people
Instead of the articles, photographs or graphics that normally appear on the front page of The New York Times, on Sunday, there is just a list: a long, solemn list of people whose lives were lost to the coronavirus pandemic.
From doctors to survivors, China continues to harass individuals criticising its response to coronavirus
Apart from a delayed response and acknowledgement of the crisis, China has also been blamed for silencing critics, which include medical workers, journalists and even citizens
Hayley Williams on Paramore, her new album Petals for Armor, and crafting music fuelled by rage and sadness
Hayley Williams spent a few years trying to play the role of suburban wife and almost gave up her career for it. In public, she was a yowling firebrand, a magnetic presence with candy-coloured hair and arena audiences wrapped up in every move. In private, though, she was trapped in cycles of distrust and shame.
India consumed by internal turmoil as prospects of Taliban's rise in Afghanistan appear imminent following US peace deal
International pressures on India are mounting. It is possible that external factors, including ones that nobody can predict – such as impacts of the coronavirus – may play a significant part in determining the fate and future of our country.
After suing New York Times, Donald Trump re-election campaign files libel case against The Washington Post over two opinion pieces
US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign sued the Washington Post for libel on Tuesday over two opinion pieces that it said suggested improper ties between the campaign and Russia, North Korea or both
Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey on Harvey Weinstein reportage's impact: 'Watched with astonishment as a dam wall broke'
'In 2017, when we began our investigation of Harvey Weinstein for the New York Times, women held more power than ever before. But all too often, women were sexually harassed with impunity,' write Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey in 'She Said', an account of their Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times reportage into the allegations against the Hollywood producer. Read an excerpt here.
Presidential endorsements by US newspapers: Why it is intrinsic to American politics, journalism and its impact on voters
What is the impact of endorsements on voters in the US — noone has a clear idea. According to a 2008 study done by the Pew Research Center, almost seven in 10 Americans said their local newspaper's endorsement had no impact on who they cast their ballot for and with the over-saturation of social media and polarised media activity, people are probably placing lesser and lesser trust in the mainstream media.
Renowned cartoonist Sudhir Dar, best known for portraying bureaucratic corruption, passes away at 87
Sudhir Dar's cartoons have appeared in The Independent, The Pioneer, Delhi Times, New York Times, and Washington Post among other publications.
Modern Love review: Amazon Prime series is a celebration of romance — big, small, complex and polarising
Modern Love is for the eternal hopeful in all of us.
Jeffrey Epstein found dead in Manhattan jail: Apparent suicide by high-profile detainee triggers outcry as FBI launches probe
US financier Jeffrey Epstein, was found dead in jail Saturday of an apparent suicide, triggering outcry over how the high-profile detainee could die in custody.
Jeffrey Epstein hangs himself in Manhattan jail cell, claim media reports; US financier was facing trafficking charges
The wealthy US financier Jeffrey Epstein, indicted on charges he trafficked underage girls for sex, has committed suicide in prison.
Harvey Weinstein's leaked audio from NYT interview shows him snapping at reporters before sexual assault expose
Harvey Weinstein, who has denied all the allegations, at times defends himself during the call asking them to provide more specific details with names of the accusers.
Press freedom took another hit as New York Times decided to stop publishing political cartoons.