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As we observe the third anniversary of Molly Ivins's death, we are ever more the lesser for her loss.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer reflects on the perils of reporting in a post-9/11 world.
The patriotic case for government action.
The Washington Post has run a "news" article about deficit reduction penned by The Fiscal Times, an outlet backed by Pete Peterson, the Wall Street millionaire who wants to loot Social Security.
Legendary ex-CBS anchor Dan Rather weighs in on the positives and negatives of transitioning predominantly to online media.
Jane Mayer offers a perspective on the troubling losses in the field of investigative reporting. Investigative reporting, which is a slow, expensive undertaking, has become a "luxury item" for many outlets.
David Schimke stresses the role of the trained citizen journalist
in shaping coverage--and how mainstream reporters should learn to stray beyond the press conference model of news.
Mark Luckie argues that interaction will be key for future business models in media--involving what the user thinks not only in choosing your story, but in packaging the story.
Are universities the last hope for a home for quality journalism?
To save news media, stop blaming the Internet and start thinking about how subsidies could revive a public good.
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- Walmart’s Pregnancy Policy May Make You Sick
- Why the US-Cuba Deal Really Is a Victory for the Cuban Revolution
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