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How we remember Katrina is how we'll prepare for future disasters. Getting the story straight matters for justice—and for survival.
Andrew Breitbart's schtick should be familiar by now. The same techniques used to defame Shirley Sherrod and discredit the NAACP were employed to destroy ACORN.
JournoList is yet another casualty of the toxic combination of conservative conspiracy mongering and mainstream media cowardice.
The White House press corps is entirely focused on what happens inside the White House. While that's not irrelevant, it's not what's really important.
Fox News is getting ever more brazen in its refusal to distinguish between journalist and politician—but so is everyone else.
Our new site offers readers a vastly improved experience. Here are the changes you should know about.
Moyers's most significant legacy is that he treated his audience as adult citizens of a republic.
ABC is in a position to break open a paradigm for the Sunday interview programs.
David Carr calls the idea that good watchdog media can be funded by the government "frankly preposterous."
Our media watchdogs require close watching. It's been an article of faith for Nation editors and readers since the founding of the magazine. I'm excited to join this tradition, and take it to new terrain at Media Fix, The Nation's first blog devoted to highlighting the best and worst of current media.
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