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TIME Magazine: Cover Image of Crying Honduran Girl Is Fake but Accurate

TIME Magazine issued a major correction Friday on a story about the infamous sobbing Honduran toddler Yanela Denise — but insisted that its cover image linking the migrant girl to President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border enforcement policy is still accurate.

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Jennifer Lopez Spreads Hoax Photographs About Border Separation

Jennifer Lopez is spreading fake news about President Trump’s border policies by using two hoax-photographs that have nothing to do with America’s decades-old policy of separating illegal alien children from illegal alien adults in detention centers.  

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Time: Inside the British Town Where 1 in 3 Are EU Migrants

From TIME: Ramunas Savickas has invested a lot of time and money on building a new life outside Lithuania. Since moving to Britain in 2005, he has worked as a driver, dishwasher, factory worker and vegetable picker before saving enough

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After Five Months, TIME Magazine Corrects Depiction of Palestinian Terrorist

TEL AVIV – TIME magazine on Sunday corrected an article depicting a Palestinian terrorist who murdered three Israelis as a victim of Israeli security forces, the Times of Israel reported. The article, titled “The Desperation Driving Young Palestinians to Violence,” included a report on an October 13 terror attack in Jerusalem in which two Palestinian terrorists boarded an Egged bus and began shooting and stabbing passengers.


HuffPo, Daily News, Time: Media Attacks Move From Trump to His Supporters

After spending six months in a coordinated effort to grind Donald Trump into dust, the billionaire businessman’s impressive second place showing in Iowa, first place triumph in New Hampshire, and competitiveness with Hillary Clinton in a general election, has apparently


No Distractions: Adele Quit Social Media to Write Record-Breaking Album

British singer Adele may be ruling the U.S. music charts, but the 25-year-old “Hello” singer has no aspirations to become the queen of social media. The Grammy award winner revealed during a recent interview with TIME magazine how she was able to cut down on distractions while she worked her record-breaking album “25.”

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TIME Magazine Names Angela Merkel Person Of The Year, Praises Open Borders

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named Time Magazine‘s person of the year for 2015. The choice is bound to cause controversy, given the German Chancellor’s decision to open her country’s borders to Syrian migrants, thus exacerbating the continent’s migrant

Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders takes the stage at the Jefferson Jackson Dinner at the Radisson Hotel November 29, 2015 in Manchester, New Hampshire. The dinner is held annually by the New Hampshire Democratic Party. (Photo by

Bernie Sanders Tops With Time Magazine Readers

Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) is the winner of the reader’s poll for Time Magazine’s Person of the Year. The Democratic Socialist received 10.2 percent of the vote. In second place was Malala Yousafza, recipient of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, with 5.2 percent. Pope Francis came in third with 3.7 percent of votes.

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Time Magazine Censors Pope’s Message on Abortion

In Pope Francis’ historic “virtual town hall” organized by ABC News last week, he used such blunt language to describe abortion as killing that Time magazine has felt the need to tone it down by deleting the offensive expressions.