The talking heads of cable news are leading double lives as paid lobbyists for corporations.
As we observe the third anniversary of Molly Ivins's death, we are ever more the lesser for her loss.
The Washington Post has run a "news" article about deficit reduction produced by The Fiscal Times, an outfit backed by Social Security demonizer Pete Peterson.
By refusing to acknowledge Fox News's avowed partisanship, its MSM defenders diminish the work of honest journalists who try to play fair.
Jon Stewart is appalled by Beck and his guest Michael Scheuer's suggestion that Bin Laden should attack the US again to change Obama's policies.
Has Bill O'Reilly finally gone too far? MSNBC's Keith Olbermann links the murder of Dr. George Tiller to Fox News.
A longstanding rivalry between old friends shows what it takes to get into the New York Times.
Fox News truncates or splices video to support its ideological slant regardless of context or speaker intent.
Rupert Murdoch has not wrecked the Wall Street Journal, as many had predicted. But a key question remains: is the new regime committed to unbiased reporting, or will it politicize the news?
We have no more hope today of saving the newspaper business than we do the telegraph business. But we can save the news.