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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.
Most journalists think that words are more important than images. Barbie Zelizer thinks they are wrong.
Saudis are funding international terrorism, the State Department ordered spying on UN officials, Obama helped protect Bush officials who ordered torture... and more bombshells.
Even a cursory look at our most popular stories shows that Nation readers rank among the most intelligent and informed of those of any publication anywhere. Here's a list of some of your favorites in 2010.
America's greatest investigative journalist believed in letting the truth be told, even over the protest of state officials. But what would he make of WikiLeaks's secret-telling?
Poisoning the Press tells the tale of Jack Anderson's fall from muckraking hero to blustering pundit.
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- Cornel West Is Not Mike Tyson
- How NBC Knowingly Let Syria Rebels’ False War Propaganda Stand For Years
- The New Thought Police
- New York City Just Outlawed Running Credit Checks on Job Applicants