Remove Daily Beast articles from the news section.
Today's headline from the Daily Beast was "Paul Ryan: Still a Total Jerk". How can you possibly justify calling that news? Put NEWS in the news feed. I go there for news, not for hate rants.
Or create a new section called "Opinion".
Could you please stop bugging us with news about the bottom size of Kim Kardashian on the FRENCH YAHOO HOME PAGE ?
Nobody knows who she is anyway and thousands of people have already complained on the FRENCH uservoice.com page, where NObODY ever answers !
Your "news" articles are just so vile !
Users are fed up with your lousy policies, new email, NEO sucks, advertisements even in our inbox, and now the news are below anything
(you dont read it anyway, I know)
J M Beard commented
OK... but take the Blaze and the Daily caller too...
Richard John LeBoeuf commented
If the Daily Beast goes, then so does The Blaze and The Daily Caller. Fair is fair.
Benard Jones commented
I agree. At least use some discretion when allowing a "Daily Beast" article on Yahoo. I understand that provocative headlines draw attention... but I don't think this is the kind of attention that Yahoo wants if it desires to be a place that people enjoy visiting as opposed to all the other options out there.
its frankly your opinion obviously somebody likes it more than you
Have you considered just not clicking on it? Some people do want to read it.
You're right. We've all known for YEARS that he's a jerk. Hence: NOT news.
Trish O commented
My own political leanings are left of center on most issues (though right of center on others), and when people complain about Yahoo's "liberal bias," I'm generally the first to say, "They've made no secret of their editorial position. Don't like it, find another source of information." But they really do need to have a separate section entitled "Opinion" or "Commentary," instead of putting pieces like the Daily Beast article about the Supreme Court's latest ruling on prayer in the section called "News." The articles in News should have as the main topic the events themselves, even if there is an overtone of commentary on those events. If an article's main topic IS the commentary, it doesn't belong in "News."
It's fine to have a section that's the equivalent of a newspaper's editorial and op-ed pages, but don't call it "News."
Did you READ the article? Some of these headlines are terrible but the articles are legit.
Worse yet, it's #1 in the feed! These adolescent rantings --- get them outta here or we should ORGANIZE A MOVE to another email service!
Owen Marshall commented
Remove The Daily Beast from the frickin planet! Their afrticles are **** making when it comes to the insane far left bubble universe they live in.