"The New York Times" releases a verified video obtained from an Iranian citizen showing the plane being struck by what appears to be a surface-to-air missile.
Sources: The New York Times
Sources: The New York Times
Mastercard and Visa cut financial ties with Pornhub following an investigation by "The New York Times" into child sexual abuse content and rape pornography on the website. Pornhub says that the moves are "exceptionally disappointing" as well as crushing news for the "hundreds of thousands of models who rely on our platform for their livelihoods".
A New York Times-Siena College poll finds there is no clear Democratic Party frontrunner among voters in Iowa three months away from the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses. Senator Elizabeth Warren leads the poll with 22 percent, followed by Senator Bernie Sanders with 19 percent. South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg holds 18 percent in a rise to third place, while former Vice President Joe Biden, seen by many to be the frontrunner for his party's nomination, comes in fourth place with 17 percent.
Russian officials state that the country will send S-300 air-defense missile system to Syria within two weeks following the downing of Russian aircraft in Syria. Russia also stated it will commence jamming radar and satellite signals of planes that attack Syrian territory from the Mediterranean.
"The New York Times" publishes an editorial written by an anonymous senior administration official in the Trump administration which criticizes U.S. President Donald Trump and claims unnamed administration aides and officials, in efforts to promote national stability, conspired against the president.
Egyptian news site "Masr al-Arabia" says its offices were raided and a journalist arrested in response to the republication of an article by "The New York Times" alleging irregularities in the nation's recent Presidential election.
The Trump White House bars "The New York Times", CNN, the "Los Angeles Times", the "New York Daily News", "The Hill", the "Daily Mail", BBC, Politico, and BuzzFeed from a Friday press "gaggle." Generally conservative, mostly new, outlets were permitted entry, such as Breitbart News, One America News Network, and "The Washington Times". Also allowed in were ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, "The Wall Street Journal", Bloomberg News, and Fox News. "Time" magazine and the Associated Press could have attended but chose not to in protest. The White House Correspondents’ Association, which represents the press corps, quickly rebuked the White House’s actions. [http:--bigstory.ap.org-article-9d04bb7ccf60468987c582b4ee9c7e24-white-house-bars-major-news-outlets-media-gaggle (AP)] [https:--www.reuters.com-article-us-usa-trump-media-idUSKBN1632JG?il=0 (Reuters)] [http:--www.nbcnews.com-politics-white-house-white-house-excludes-several-outlets-press-gaggle-n725366 (NBC News)] [https:--www.nytimes.com-2017-02-24-us-politics-white-house-sean-spicer-briefing.html?_r=0 ("The New York Times")] [http:--www.msn.com-en-us-news-politics-media-slams-limited-wh-press-access-ar-AAnksZB?ocid=edgsp ("The Hill" via MSN.Com)]date=August 2019
The Mexican Supreme Court, in a 4–1 decision, rules that people have the right to grow and distribute marijuana for their personal use. The decision challenges the country’s current substance abuse laws. "Fox News Latino" and "The New York Times" point out the ruling only covers the plaintiffs in one case, a group that wants to form a "Pot Club." A precedent will be established if the court approves five similar petitions.