WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio — The City of Warrensville Heights says the New York Times is fake news. The paper published an article Tuesday boasting that Robert Cornegy Jr., a Brooklyn city councilman, is the world’s tallest politician at 6-foot-10. But at a staggering 7 feet tall, Warrensville Heights Mayor Bradley Sellers is the tallest politician in the […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The tone of the headlines for the front pages of Cleveland’s and New York’s newspapers definitely differed following the Browns’ swap for Odell Beckham Jr. Cleveland traded their 17th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, a third-round pick, and safety Jabrill Peppers to the New York Giants in exchange for the […]

Residents are concerned the title suggests innuendo.    PULASKI COUNTY, Missouri — The people behind a new newspaper called ‘The Uranus Examiner” are getting a lot of feedback, and it isn’t good. According to KY3 in Springfield, Missouri, the name of the Uranus, Missouri newspaper was announced by its managing editor, Natalie Sanders, on Wednesday. Sanders […]

(RNN) – In the wake of a shooting that killed five people at his newspaper, the Capital Gazette, on Thursday, reporter Chase Cook tweeted: “I can tell you this: We are putting out a damn paper tomorrow.” And they did. Reporters, editors and salespeople were all doing their jobs when a gunman blasted out the glass doors […]

  On “The View,” Whoopi Goldberg defended the cartoonist who wondered if Obama has tried the “watermelon toothpaste,” saying that she, in fact, uses watermelon toothpaste and, perhaps, he didn’t realize the implications of pairing a watermelon reference with the image of the first Black president. Rosie Perez, however, didn’t agree. She said, “It never occurred […]

The WestView News, a New York based community newspaper, is under fire for running an op-ed piece that refers to President Obama with the n-word in its headline. The article, written by James Lincoln Collier, actually took a pro-Obama stance and focused on criticizing what it deemed to be the “racism” he’s had to deal […]

*The above posting ran in the West Virginian newspaper The Dominion Post on Saturday, seeking a suspect described only as a “black man” and having done something “suspicious.” According to Mediate, the online version of the post was soon updated with a description of the actual crime he was connected with (stolen credit cards), three […]

  *USA Today is under fire for a headline that accompanied its story about the box office numbers for “The Best Man Holiday” in comparison to Disney’s “Thor: The Dark World.” “Holiday Nearly Beat Thor as Race-Themed Films Soar,” the paper wrote in its box office report, prompting many to voice their objections across social […]

Legendary film critic Roger Ebert has died at the age of 70, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. On April 2, Ebert revealed on his blog that his cancer had returned and that he would be reducing his reviewing duties at the Chicago Sun-Times. Ebert wrote that he would be taking a “leave of presence,” as he […]

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Plain Dealer announced Thursday it is cutting home delivery of the paper to three days a week, including Sunday, beginning late this summer. A print edition will still be available seven days a week and anyone with a three-day home delivery subscription will also have access to a seven-day e-edition. The […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – It may seem like an odd turn of events – the people covering the news now making the news themselves. That’s exactly what’s happening at the Plain Dealer – a newspaper that’s been around for over one hundred and sixty years at risk of becoming extinct – at least in its […]

AKRON, Ohio – Veteran Akron Beacon Journal columnist Bob Dyer said his conversations with a Doylestown woman led to the “most bizarre story he has worked on in 28 years.” Valerie Spruill, 60, contacted Dyer with a desire to spill her family secret. They chatted on the phone several times and Spruill eventually agreed to […]