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FOX NEWS FIRST: NY Times accused of anti-Israel bias in Mideast violence coverage, Melania Trump Health update

Developing now, Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Critics are accusing the New York Times of anti-Israel bias for its coverage of the Mideast violence that left at least 58 dead and over 1,300 wounded Monday as the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem opened
First lady Melania Trump is expected to remain hospitalized the rest of the week after undergoing a procedure to treat a begin kidney condition, White House officials said
Reps. Trey Gowdy and Devin Nunes are accusing the Justice Department of being behind anonymous attacks on a congressional investigator in the FISA abuse and Russia cases

There could be 'personnel changes' at the White House after an aide's disparaging remarks about cancer-stricken Sen. John McCain were leaked to the press, Kellyanne Conway tells Fox News
Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon and Pennsylvania will hold primaries Tuesday as the Keystone State's redrawn congressional map will be closely watched

Fantasy sports companies are looking to capitalize after the U.S. Supreme Court Monday struck down a federal anti-gambling law that barred all states but Nevada from allowing betting on most sporting events

THE LEAD STORY - PAPER OF DISTORTED RECORD? - Critics on social media accused the New York Times of anti-Israel bias in the newspaper's reporting on riots in the Gaza Strip that left dozens of Palestinians dead Monday ... At the height of the violence, the headline on the Times' website read: "Israel Kills 58 and Injures Over 1,300 by Gunfire at Gaza Border." On Monday evening, the slightly edited headline read: "Israeli Soldiers Kill Scores at Gaza Border; Thousands Hurt." A subhead described "[a] mass attempt by Palestinians to cross the border fence" that "quickly turned violent, as Israeli soldiers responded with rifle fire." An Israeli military spokesman said protesters carried out "concerted, coordinated" attacks on the border fence separating Gaza from Israel, causing "significant damage." Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus also told the Associated Press that Hamas militants disguised as protesters tried to infiltrate, and there were at least three instances of armed Hamas gunmen trying to carry out attacks. The Times did not mention those claims until the 42nd paragraph of its main story Monday night. Some Twitter users accused the Times of ignoring the Hamas angle.  (FOX News)

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