Ana Marie Cox reflects on her experiences during the 2008 presidential election and suggests that we might see an influx of reporters that are hired by specific candidates to do opposition research and reporting.
TNR's more significant sin is to weaken the bond between Israel and liberal American Jews--which is to say, most of them.
Nick Penniman, executive director of the Huffington Post Investigative Fund talks about the impending chaotic media landscape.
The Nation's John Nichols offers his view on where the media is heading, and how the changes in journalism will impact political reporting
Why do we need newspapers? They help make humans of us.
The next generation of right-wing journalists are largely apparatchiks.
Newsrooms' fears of misunderstanding the right leads to outsized coverage and attention.
The explosion of student sex columns, as captivating as they are controversial, represents a campus movement possessed of the same subversive potential that fueled 1960s student activism.
The case for public funding of journalism and news outlets.
A monthlong investigation finds plenty of fire to go with the smoke surrounding the university's incredibly vague conflict-of-interest policies.