Nation Topics - Journalists and Journalism
News and Features
Rather than let pundits guide our public policy debates, citizens must
seize the initiative and join the conversation.
The press that once went hoarse over Monica Lewinsky's dress is largely
silent over the Bush regime's vast abuses of power.
The debunking of a PR agency that circulated a bogus story about persecution of Jews in Iran exposed the moving parts of a media machine bent on preparing the American public for another war.
Five years into the Bush Administration, the press corps still can't figure out how to handle the White House's primary media management tactic: lying.
Five unrepentant media giants, complicit in the hidden agendas of government leakers, now pay the price for their unethical reporting on Wen Ho Lee.
When a group of international journalists visited a small town in Maine, they made it clear that America's aggression in Iraq, its greed and the advance of pop culture are leading onetime allies to desert us.
The X factor in the midterm elections may well be the English language--specifically, the biased terminology that seeps unchallenged into mainstream media political coverage.
When government refuses to explain itself, it's up to journalists to discover the truth. As Tony Snow debuts as White House Press
Secretary, will answers on Porter Goss be forthcoming--or will the
practice of press nullification continue?
The FBI's bid to examine Jack Anderson's papers is the latest battle in the Bush Administration's war against the media.
Climate change is real, and its impact is potentially devastating to our
way of life. So why do the news media have such a hard time telling the