The social media company did not remove content supporting ISIS and pornographic images of children after it was reported to the site, the newspaper reported.
A reporter from the news site created a fake Facebook profile posing as a male in his 30's working in IT. With the account, the reporter friended over 100 supporters of ISIS on Facebook and joined groups where users posted pornographic images of children.
The Investigative Consortium of Journalists, The New York Daily News and The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold were among the winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, announced Monday.
The New York Daily News and ProPublica were awarded the 2017 Pulitzer Gold Medal Prize for public service for a joint investigation into the abuse of eviction rules that have locked hundreds of New York residents out of their homes. The International Consortium of Journalists, along with McClatchy and the Miami Herald, won the award for explanatory reporting for its series The Panama Papers, which examined the use of offshore tax havens around the world.
Peggy Noonan, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, has just won a Pulitzer Prize for commentary.
Much of her winning work focuses on Donald Trump’s rise and the unfolding political realignment within the Republican Party and America. Her honest and brusque criticism of media’s coverage surrounding Trump’s success drew much attention from critics as well as appreciative readers.
An investigation into systemic abuses of an obscure civil enforcement law that led to sweeping changes by the NYPD has won the New York Daily News its 11th Pulitzer Prize.
Daily News investigative reporter Sarah Ryley took home the most prestigious award in journalism for her in-depth look at the NYPD’s use of so-called nuisance abatement laws to seize properties where they say crimes have been committed.
"The O'Reilly Factor" is facing a growing advertiser revolt, as ten companies have pulled their commercials from the show amid a scandal involving the host, Bill O'Reilly.
Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, BMW of North America, Constant Contact, Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, UNTUCKit, Allstate, T. Rowe Price, GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi are pulling ads from "The O'Reilly Factor" after a report about five settlements with women who alleged sexual harassment or verbal abuse by O'Reilly.
A Fox News Channel commentator on Monday filed a lawsuit accusing the network’s former chairman, Roger Ailes, of sexual harassment.
The political commentator Julie Roginsky, who currently contributes to Fox News, said Ailes made sexual advances towards her and penalized her for rebuffing his advances, according to the lawsuit.
Roginsky said in the complaint that Ailes’s advances included requiring that she “bend down to kiss him hello” in private meetings and saying he would take her out for a drink “if it wouldn’t get us both into so much trouble”.
The host of Fox News' most popular show has said his position makes him "vulnerable to lawsuits" after it emerged at least five women have accused him of harassment.
Bill O'Reilly released the statement after the New York Times reported he and his employer had paid the women a total of $13m (£10.3m).
In return, they paper says, they did not take their cases to court.
21st Century Fox says Mr O'Reilly, 67, denies wrongdoing.
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