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That Friedman’s self-serving feints at the truth still earn him a place of high journalistic regard is a sad commentary on the profession.
“Christopher had a twenty-five-year adventure with The Nation that I hope was as rewarding for him as it was for us, despite the political collisions.”
News for All the People is a journalistic morality tale.
The New York Times columnist faults President Obama for failing to do… exactly what he did.
The state still controls the media in post-revolution Egypt, but an independent press is emerging.
The Medill School of Journalism's change of name is indicative of wider -- and frightening -- trends in journalism education.
A new film about the New York Times asks the question: what will a future without journalism look like?
Janet Malcolm can be brutal in her judgments, but it is the casual brutality of keen observation.
The newspaper should be taking a stand against education scams—but it’s dependent on one such program for its profitability.
An invasion of privacy scandal threatens the careers to two of Murdoch's top executives and the apparent heir the News Corp. empire.
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- A Contested Primary Is Good for the Candidates, the Democratic Party and Democracy
- Fifty Shades of Basic
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