The New York Times editorial page endorses McCain, while its news department works to discredit him. And there's nothing wrong with that.
Dumb and dumber: reviewing new books by David Frum and Jonah Goldberg.
An independent journalist talks about what's really happening in Iraq, and why neither Hillary Clinton nor Barack Obama have a plan for ending the catastrophe.
There's an escalating air war in Iraq; why don't American media consider it serious news?
The magazine walks into a trap labeled "political correctness," "left-wing anti-Semitism" and "multiculturalist Islam love."
How can newspapers survive financial meltdown if they surrender to a culture of defeat?
Truth, lies and attacks on Democrats from columnists at the Washington Post and the New York Times.
It was a year of alarming news and amazing reporting on the Iraq War, the rise of private mercenary firms, the burgeoning business of disaster capitalism, an ever more vulnerable environment. Here's how The Nation covered the year.
The Arabic and English satellite broadcasts are giving voice to Arabs who challenge their governments, and ours.
In the early 1900s Walter Lippman laid the groundrules for public debate in America. Have the US media followed his prescriptions?