Dec 08, 2014
In today’s economy, newspapers and magazines run losses and the typical owner is more like a hobbyist—bored with just making money and attracted to the cachet and power that being a publisher brings.
Nov 26, 2014
Why would you believe the accounts given by eyewitnesses to Michael Brown’s slaying, but not believe the testimony of many women who say they were raped in the same way by the same man?
Nov 24, 2014
Marking its first year in publication, Belt Magazine, with its focus on the industrial Midwest, is the nation's new literary darling.
Nov 19, 2014
Whatever choice the FCC chairman makes will need the support of the other two Democrats on the commission to make it stick. Most believe he’ll have that backing.
Nov 14, 2014
Give it a thin veneer of moral condemnation, and it's all good.
Nov 03, 2014
If your particular brand of radicalism doesn't seem personal, the media won't take much of an interest.
Nov 01, 2014
The 'are you black enough?' question is perilously close to the racist one-drop rule of yore—whether called by blacks or whites.
Oct 27, 2014
He's getting it from the left and the right. How much does he deserve?
Oct 23, 2014
Whatever you think about the possibility of a Paul presidency, the guy knows how to work the press.
Oct 21, 2014
It's not about ideological content, it's about a sensibility.
Oct 16, 2014
The storyline and most of the details of a tale told by the Israeli prime minister on American television were deliberately untrue.
Oct 15, 2014
If only we didn't act like politicians could solve every problem.
Oct 08, 2014
An absurd number of people think they might get Ebola.
Oct 07, 2014
The social media giant may have misfired with its secret manipulation, but a leading technologist says that such mapping—done right—can be a tool for good.
Oct 02, 2014
A New York Times article on a remarkable new study on the effects of long-term contraception gives too much credit to a tiny group of conservative doctors.