An analysis of the past quarter century.
The push includes random phone checks overseen by White House lawyers.
The new slogan turns out to be an old saying.
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas released a series of tapes recorded of CNN employees. Do any of the leaks hold weight?
"Socially cosseted with other journalists, liberal sports writers increasingly identify with the only set of actors in the sports world that come from a cultural milieu relatable to their own: the new class of rationalizing, brainy executives."
When the organizer of the #NotMyPresident protests refused to appear on Tucker Carlson’s show, the Fox News host booked an actor with no ties to its leadership as a replacement.
Slack and other virtual newsrooms have some reporters concerned about privacy in an era of embattled journalism that relies on discretion.
I wanted to see what I could learn about the modern news media by looking at how thoroughly Mr. Trump had subsumed it. In one way, my experiment failed: I could find almost no Trump-free part of the press.
After a video surfaced of Milo defending certain relationships between teens and adults, he faced intense criticism, and has now resigned from his position at right-wing media outlet Breitbart.
Reporters are more like mail carriers: performing one of the many perfectly honorable and necessary but unheroic tasks that keep society functioning smoothly.
Adopting a human skin isn't as easy as you would think. The reptilian form often slowly rejects the mushy foreign skin, plus it can get sweaty in there.
Traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. Is virtual reality what comes next?
And boom, just like that, you know everything important that happened in the last 165 years.
In a post-fact era of fake news and filter bubbles, in which audiences cherry-pick the information and sources that match their own biases and dismiss the rest, the news media seems to have lost its power to shape public opinion.
Safeena Malik is not a real person.
‘Trans Is Beautiful’ is more than a hashtag, and more than the clothes, makeup, and glamour of celebrities like Laverne Cox. It means that transness itself is beautiful.
The New World Order is turning frogs gay. The Illuminati have infiltrated pizza parlors. And people actually believe all of this stuff.
AOL was an internet titan in the '90s. Now, anyone with an AOL e-mail address is met with ridicule. What happened?
The first article about Donald Trump that Boris ever published described how, during a campaign rally, the candidate slapped a man in the audience for disagreeing with him. It was fake, of course, like everything else Boris published.
"It would be an overreaction to describe Dilbert as 'controlled opposition,' but Solomon calls it like it is: 'an offbeat sugary substance that helps the corporate medicine go down.'"
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