By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Updated 1:13 pm PDT, Thursday, April 25, 2019 Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Ark. Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Ark. Photo: Handout, Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum Photo: Handout, Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum Image 1 of / 28 Caption Close Image 1 of 28 Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Ark. Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Ark. Photo: Handout, Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum I've been to the city US News says is a better place to live than SF. Here’s what I think. 1 / 28 Back to Gallery Fayetteville, Ark., is not where I expected to find myself for a week last July. But there I was, sweating through my tank top, … [Read more...] about I’ve been to the city US News says is a better place to live than SF. Here’s what I think.
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US journalists were abruptly booted from the hotel where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is staying ahead of his summit with President Donald Trump. Kim, who was booked into the Melia Hanoi Hotel, arrived in Vietnam on Tuesday local time to a throng of journalists eagerly anticipating his arrival to the city. “They had about an hours notice that they all had to get out,” CNN correspondent Will Ripley reported on Tuesday. “Kim Jong Un understandably didn’t like the idea of sharing a hotel with a large group of American reporters.” US journalists were abruptly booted from the hotel where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is staying ahead of his summit with President Donald Trump on Tuesday, local time. Kim, who was booked into the Melia Hanoi Hotel, arrived in Vietnam to a throng of journalists eagerly anticipating his arrival to the city. Journalists arrived days before Kim and staged their equipment at the hotel’s media center in preparation for … [Read more...] about US news reporters abruptly kicked out of Kim Jong Un’s hotel in Vietnam
Former Fox News reporter Lea Gabriella will reportedly join the State Department to lead anti-propaganda efforts from foreign adversaries. Gabriella is a US Naval Academy graduate and fighter pilot. Gabriella joins other former Fox News employees Heather Nauert and Bill Shine in the Trump administration. Former Fox News reporter Lea Gabrielle will join the US State Department to lead the agency’s program to combat foreign propaganda efforts, CNN reported on Thursday. Gabrielle will be named as the special envoy and coordinator of the Global Engagement Center, which according to their mission statement is “charged with leading the US government’s efforts to counter propaganda and disinformation from international terrorist organisations and foreign countries.” Read more:Trump says former ‘Fox & Friends’ host Heather Nauert is his pick to be UN ambassador According to CNN, two administration officials said Gabrielle would be joining the … [Read more...] about A former Fox News reporter is reportedly being hired by the State Department to help lead America’s anti-propaganda effort
US news website rating tool Newsguard has changed its verdict on Mail Online after originally declaring the UK’s most-read news website failed to uphold “basic standards of accuracy or accountability”. Newsguard now says the website “generally maintains basic standards of accuracy and accountability”. The start-up said the changes had been made following “discussions” with an unnamed Daily Mail executive New York-based Newsguard runs a free extension for the Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers that dishes out “red” and “green” ratings to news websites based on its judgement of their trustworthiness.It was revealed last week that the ranking tool, which is included as an opt-in extension on Microsoft Edge’s mobile web app, handed Mail Online a red rating that put it on par with Kremlin-backed newsbrands RT and Sputnik.When the browser extension is installed, red or green shields appear to give … [Read more...] about ‘We were wrong’: US news rating tool boosts Mail Online trust ranking after talks with unnamed Daily Mail exec
John Haltiwanger, provided by Published 3:22 pm CST, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 REUTERS/Joshua Roberts In an interview with The New Yorker, Rudy Giuliani seemed to say he had heard audiotapes that proved a controversial and disputed BuzzFeed News report on President Donald Trump and Michael Cohen was false. But Giuliani, the president's personal attorney, then promptly walked back his statement, making it unclear what tapes he was referencing. BuzzFeed News reported that Cohen had said Trump instructed him to lie to Congress about his involvement in a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. The report also said the special counsel Robert Mueller had learned of the allegation through Cohen, as well as other witnesses, documents, and text messages. Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal defense lawyer, alluded to hearing taped conversations between Trump and Michael Cohen during a freewheeling interview with The New Yorker. Giuliani was questioned about a recent … [Read more...] about Giuliani alludes to ‘tapes’ in a perplexing interview on BuzzFeed News’ report, immediately walks it back