Bring back comments section !
Bring back comments sections. Show some fortitude !
Walter Butac commented
How can you "create a safe and engaging place for users to connect" if you suspend our means to connect. It does not make sense.
Christina Hahn commented
Why are you censoring the news by not allowing comments. This is suppose to be a democracy! It's more than disheartening! And I don't even want to read the stories i.e., so called one sided news anymore!
Sara Stalf commented
Charlie Holzler commented
Yahoo story writers should be challenged when they are offering editorial opinions not news.
Larissa York commented
Yes, bring back comments. It helps to hear the opinions of others.
richard V powell commented
Any comments that go against the leftist bias propaganda will be censored. China doesn't like you being free and expressing yourself openly. It's bad for their economy and God knows Biden and company owes China a lot.
Donald Coles commented
Bring back comments. I'd like to comment on the Americans left in Afghanistan. Biden get our Americans out. No excuses.
Richard A. Killeen commented
I think it's time to bring back the comments section. OK, there will undoubtedly still be some haters, but many of the articles NEED to hear from the multitude of reasonable readers.
robert strboya commented
They don't want comments because the favorite phrase of mainstream media " follow the science" would be absolutely destroyed by those of us who actually do follow science
[Deleted User] commented
I find it insulting that Yahoo will post controversial "news" articles that can be considered inflammatory, rude, biased, and unsupported by facts and then turn off the comments for such articles to preserve a " healthy and safe environment" for people's opinions. If your willing to post "news" articles that are clearly a full on biased opinion piece then comments need to be allowed regardless of whether as a business you agree or not. Otherwise these "news" articles need to be clearly identified as opinion pieces endorsed by Yahoo and not couched as news reported by a journalist. These articles do not pass journalistic muster and are incredibly misleading to people who don't know or care what the role of journalism is. They further cause confusion when you turn off the comments which may allow readers to make their own decision as to whether the article is or is not credible news. Rather than fueling social media's trend of spouting rhetoric and then refusing to acknowledge any opinion that disagrees no matter how politely by bullying critics and ceaselessly reporting critics as "inappropriate", as if a different opinion is rude and offensive and thereby deserving of being blocked, try endorsing Americans freedom of speech under the Constitution (not freedom of hate speech, or freedom of any race, religion based hatred...freedom of an opinion). It's hard to believe that our Country now supports one agenda and is willing to infringe upon citizen's right by banning any opposing opinions.
Jennifer Fietsam commented
Yes, I’m all for bringing back the comments sections - however, I do understand your need for a safe environment but being able to flag words would help make that safer - thank you for listening and taking the time to read this
george t commented
@ rick galpal, whines about one party is silent about the other, another follower, baaaaaaaa says the sheep.
LAWRENCE DELIBRO commented
I INSIST you have more Kardashian stories daily....
Rick Galpal commented
Your "articles" continue to say that you have "temporarily" suspended the comment section? How long do you and your Trump-hating writers deem as temporary? It has been over a year and a half. That's not temporary. That's pretty permanent. Is it because you don't want anyone posting their opinions that don't match your left-leaning "journalists"? Quit trying to control the narrative and let others have their opinion. You have become nothing but a Democratic media mouthpiece. If you won't let anyone else have their opinion then, have your writers keep theirs to themselves as well.
Hugh Patterson commented
The inconsistency is a problem for me. Some stories allow comments, others do not.
Lately, when I come across a story that looks somewhat interesting, I immediately scan to the bottom to see if it allows comments. If not, I generally don't bother reading any further.
Knowing that no matter how relevant my input might be is irrelevant does not sit well with me.
Stephen Cordell commented
Why is there no feedback section on this site now? Looks as someone is trying to hide what people already know. Anything regarding the super stupid biden is played up for what ever reason when people know better. Yeah.....why bring back something that would call you guys out?
Kirsten h w commented
Bring BACK the comments section!
Stephen Brown commented
Comments on IMPORTANT NEWS articles are a way for YOUR SUBRIBERS to let others AND YOU know how their opinion trends. By shutting comments down, YOU.. VERIZON & therefore YAHOO only add the appearance that they are beholding to controversial LARGE $ INTERESTS, or OTHER SPECIAL INTERESTS and are that much LESS TRUSTWORTHY! Perhaps there are OTHER BROWSERS out there who do NOT SHARE this MUZZLING approach??!
Patrick Chapman commented
Bring back the comments section.
Linda Bederio commented
Comment on undocumented minors abandoned in the US, from Central American countries.