• New York Post editor-in-chief Col Allan is leaving the paper--temporarily at least.
  • The New York Post is courting controversy with their cover yet again.
  • Is The New York Post's Jared Fogle Headline Offensive??

New York Post cover, April 21, 2015

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Many readers took to Twitter to express their support for, and alternatively disgust with, the New York Post headline. The New York Post began to trend on Twitter this morning.

In response to the news that former Subway Spokesperson Jared Fogle has reached a with prosecutors in regard to the charges of possession of child pornography and traveling across state lines, to New York, to pay for sex with underage girls, the New York Post has included a rape double entendre as the headline to today’s cover story.


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When comparing this newspaper to the for example, there are some differences to be observed. The New York Post is the nations oldest newspaper still in circulation today. It is known for their sports section and also include gossip columns which El Periodico does not have. The New York Post is owned by the Rupert Murdoch Cooperation. Another difference between the two is that El Periodico is written in two languages where as the New York Post is written in only one. One similarity between the two is that they are both written in color. I wouldn´t say that one newspaper is better than they other but both papers are widely circulated and share and don´t share some interesting qualities.