February 13, 2022: Andrew Kaczynski: CNN: George Santos said accused ‘Ponzi scheme’ he worked at was ‘100% legitimate’ when accused of fraud in 2020
Oct 8, 2021: Boston.com: CNN journalist Andrew Kaczynski lost his daughter to cancer last year. He’s running the Boston Marathon to build her a legacy.
When Andrew Kaczynski begins his run from Hopkinton to Boston on Marathon Monday, he knows he will feel the spirit of his daughter, Francesca, with him.
Dec 27, 2020: E!News: CNN's Andrew Kaczynski Thanks People for Support After Death of Baby Daughter Francesca
CNN political reporter Andrew Kaczynski thanked people for their supportive messages following his baby girl Francesca's death from cancer at age 9 months.
Dec 27, 2020: Today: CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski thanks fans for support after death of 9-month-old daughter
CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski and his wife, Wall Street Journal reporter Rachel Louise Ensign, expressed their gratitude for the messages and donations following the death of their 9-month-old daughter, Francesca, on Christmas Eve due to cancer.
Apr 16, 2015: William A Jacobson: Legal Insurrection: Hillary has an Elizabeth-Warren-Like Family Lore Problem
Andrew Kaczynski at Buzzfeed reports that Hillary’s often-told story about all her grandparents being immigrants is 3/4 false.
Mar 17, 2015: Andrew Kacynski: BuzzFeed: Ben Carson Operative Deletes Tweets Telling Obama To “Bend Over Bitch,” Among Others
Sept 19, 2014: Weekly Standard: Mary Burke Pilfers Pabulum from Other Pols
Buzzfeed's Andrew Kaczynski reports that Wisconsin's Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke plagiarized portions of her "Invest for Success" jobs plan:
Sept 15, 2014: Andrew Kaczynski: BuzzFeed: Phil Robertson: Diseases Like AIDS Are God’s Punishment For Immoral Behavior
May 20, 2014: Daily Caller: Morning Mirror
The conversation is between New York mag’s Jonathan Chait and BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski. Correction: I previously reported that this incredibly important conversation between these two had been deleted. Actually, it was not deleted after all. In order for Kaczynski to sleep well tonight, I’m clearing up the record.
Dec 27, 2013: Daily Caller: 11 edits for BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski’s obnoxious public letter to United Airlines CEO
Has BuzzFeed‘s Andrew Kaczynksi landed yet? And we mean from the high of writing Jeff Smisek, the CEO of United Airlines, as he becomes yet another statistic in the number of pompous journalists who think tweeting at airlines or Amtrak should earn them anything beyond what it gets anyone else on the planet just because they’re part of the journalism industry.
Feb 28, 2013: Daily Caller: A chat with BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski
Despite his Twitter fights with some prominent conservatives, Kaczynski actually started off as a Republican operative, interning for the RNC during the 2010 cycle, and later interning for couple of Republican Congressman.
Dec 19, 2011: New York Observer: BuzzFeed Hires Andrew Kaczynski, ‘Oppenheimer’ of Political Videos
On Howard Kurtz’s Reliable Sources yesterday, political video prodigy Andrew Kaczynski announced he will be joining Ben Smith‘s team at BuzzFeed, beginning January 1.
Dec 11, 2011: New York Magazine: Playing With Mud
On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog—or an opposition researcher. Consider Andrew Kaczynski. The 22-year-old spends most of his time pursuing a history major at St. John’s University. But when he’s not in class or studying, he holes up in his Briarwood studio apartment, plops down in front of his MacBook, and dives into C-SPAN’s extensive online archives.
November 30, 1989: Andrew Kaczynski was born in
Time named Kaczynski's Twitter feed one of "The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2013", one of ten in the Politics category. He has appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, NPR, PBS, and C-SPAN. He describes himself as a moderate Republican. He grew up in Cleveland and has attended Ohio University and St. John's University, where he majored in history. He has worked as an intern for the Republican National Committee and was an intern in the 2011 Congressional campaign of Bob Turner. In 2013 he was listed on the Daily Beast website's "Beast Best" awards for his Twitter Feed. In November 2013, Kaczynski reported that Kentucky Senator Rand Paul had plagiarized sections of speech he gave in June 2013 on immigration from the Wikipedia article of the movie Stand and Deliver. Kaczynski subsequently reported Paul's 2012 book Government Bullies also contained passages that were plagiarized from articles from the right wing think tank Heritage Foundation and from the libertarian Cato Institute. Further reports by Kaczynski revealed another four instances of plagiarism from an article by Case Western Reserve University professor Jonathan H. Adler and Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Timothy Sandefur. Another section of the book was discovered to be plagiarized from an article written in Forbes. Following the Boston Marathon bombings of 2013, he played a role in spreading misinformation about the identities of the suspected bombers when he retweeted false reports made by Reddit user Greg Hughes
November 2013: Kaczynski reported that Kentucky Senator Rand Paul had plagiarized sections of a speech he gave in June 2013 on immigration from the Wikipedia article of the movie Stand and Deliver.
ON THE RECORD: Feb 3, 2014: Andrew Kaczynski (BuzzFeed) reports that the "New York Times Has Been Editing Reporters’ Wikipedia Pages For Years." He says: "People at the New York Times have been making edits to Times’ reporters’ Wikipedia pages for years, a search of the paper’s public IP address in Wikipedia finds. The edits would seem to be a violation of Wikipedia’s “conflict of interest” policy. Many of the edits seem fairly minor, such as blanking a section on a reporter’s personal life, changing a reporter’s job title, or updating where Gail Collins has taught. " But someof the edits are made about reporters that do not work for the Times: "Edits from the Times IP also added information to the pages of journalists from other organizations.An edit from the New York Times IP address in March 2008 added a section saying photos of now-MSNBC host Thomas Roberts “allegedly posted of himself on the gay cruising site Manhunt.net made the rounds on the Internet.”
Crosscut: How to tell if your Senator wrote his own Wikipedia entry
Ethics Newsline: Wikipedia Collaborated With New York Times in Suppressing Information About Kidnapped Reporter
Salon: Revenge, ego and the corruption of Wikipedia
UPI: New York Times Wikipedia edits raise conflict of interest questions
Wiz Bang: Wikipedia Defacing Linked To New York Times Building
October 3, 2016: Kaczynski announced he was leaving BuzzFeed and joining CNN.
July 4, 2017: Kaczynski reported he used "identifying information" to find the identity of a Reddit user who created an anti-CNN video meme President Donald Trump tweeted two days prior, using a Facebook search to find them. The Reddit user had a history of racist, anti-Muslim, and anti-Semitic postings.
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