A judge ruled today in favor of The New York Post in a lawsuit first filed back in 2009 by former Post employees Austin Fenner and Ikimulisa Livingston. The lawsuit alleged that the reporters were subjected to racial discrimination during their time at the newspaper.
Because you almost definitely woke up this morning and thought, “Hey, I’d love to give even more undeserving attention to the 300 sandwiches couple,” the man dubbed “The Internet’s Worst Boyfriend” is now publicly soliciting ideas for proposing to his hardworking, sandwich-makin’ girlfriend.
The Garden State
According to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the Hudson River isn’t quite facing a heated political rivalry just yet.
Mr. Cuomo said this afternoon that he spoke with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie about today’s New York Post report detailing his alleged plans to unseat Mr. Cuomo in next year’s election.
It must be a slow news day for the New York Post, whose featured story as of 2:30 p.m. today is an 1100-word profile of a woman who only eats fruit.
Here’s a quick run-down of the story that’s eclipsing all other local news today: A young woman was really sick Read More
Is Bill de Blasio a full-blown socialist radical, a “liberal with some sanity” or has he finally “seen the light” in terms of proactive policing, charter schools, and the current administration’s controversial health initiatives?
correcting the record
Ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer insists he’s not diving back into the political arena just yet, contrary to a New York Post report earlier this evening.
Both the Daily News and the New York Post rediscovered Thought Catalog this weekend after a rich girl wrote a post about being unapologetically rich.
The New York Post nobly declined to publish identifying photos of the NYPD detective whose bike gang recently terrorized a family driving on the West Side Highway—but they still made it really easy to find him, if you were—you know—interested.
Fall seems to be makeover season for the city’s top news sites.
September alone saw the redesigns of Slate and The New York Post, and this morning, New York Magazine announced it was joining the renovation club.
Hunt for Red October
Bill de Blasio has never been the New York Post‘s favorite mayoral candidate, but the relationship between the Democrat and the tabloid appears to be further strained since he won the September 10 primary.