"They [the media] are news-as-entertainment professionals – packaging glossy corporate content for maximum distribution and big bucks. The goal is not objective reportage. Their targets are quantifiable and highlighted in a business plan somewhere. Success is based on a simple formula: stay within parameters "understandable" to a wide audience that devours sound bites and familiar storylines on the hour, every hour.

Like trained seals whose every desire, instinct and buying pattern has been measured by corporate media's marketing department for the consumption of its advertisers, the audience demands satisfaction – and western media delivers it." -- Sharmine Narwani

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A transgender member of a new UN panel that's drafting global health rules has a kinky track record in everything from bestiality to bondage, drugs and nudism, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Teddy Cook, a female-to-male trans Australian activist, started work this month on the World Health Organization's 20-expert body, drafting care guidelines for trans and non-binary people.

A massive fire that erupted on Monday in the Texas Panhandle has quickly become the second largest fire in state history, engulfing more than 850,000 acres.

The Smokehouse Creek Fire has killed at least one person, destroyed numerous homes, and killed livestock across the vast ranch lands, according to a report from The New York Times.


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A Las Vegas school district reached a settlement agreement with a Students for Life chapter who claimed they were discriminated against

A Las Vegas school district has agreed to protect pro-life students' views after current and former students sued their high school, the district and school administrators, alleging discrimination against their campus club.

Trump was barred from operating his business in New York for three years in Letitia James ruling

A New York Appeals Court judge has denied former President Trump’s request to delay payment of the $464 million owed to the state after Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit, but said he will

The stabbing came a day after Mayor Eric Adams said the city could install metal detectors at another migrant shelter on Randall's Island

A man was stabbed Wednesday at a migrant shelter across the street from Central Park in New York City, police said. 

Mayor Mike Johnston says a shelter will close every week over the next month in effort to reduce budget by $60M

Denver Mayor Mike Johnston on Wednesday announced that the city is scaling back migrant services and will consolidate shelters with the goal of saving the city millions of dollars.