The BBC corrects a report claiming the Pope called Mahmoud Abbas an “angel of peace,” following a complaint by our Watchdog of the Week, Stephen Franklin.
The New York Times public editor responds to HonestReporting’s complaint about the non-disclosure of an author’s links to Breaking the Silence.
Our latest Watchdog of the Week enabled HonestReporting to prompt the removal of an anti-Semitic image from a Daily Beast story.
Our Watchdog of the Week alerted HonestReporting to CNN’s “Palestina” map, prompting its replacement as a result of HR subscriber complaints.
Our latest Watchdog of the Week is Elliot Chodoff who asks why a Foreign Policy magazine mailing fails to mention that it is Palestinians stabbing Israelis.
This week’s Watchdog of the Week goes to Lydia Rivlin from London who managed to get her letter published in The Independent in response to columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown’s ugly opinion piece that HonestReporting recently critiqued. Lydia was a former employee of the BBC before leaving in disgust at what she describes as the “sexism and…
Gavin Gross is our Watchdog of the Week for getting his letter published in the New York Times.
Why couldn’t you call it an ‘attack’?” I continued. His response? “You’ve got to be kidding me? One word? Are you brain dead?”
Joyce Klein is HonestReporting’s latest Watchdog of the Week for her op-ed published in her local Greenville News.
Our Watchdog of the Week prompts the NY Times to change a headline.