The mainstream media's long-time kid-glove treatment of Andrew Breitbart led directly to the unjustified ouster of Shirley Sherrod.
The Sherrod controversy "was a ginned-up, fabricated story,” The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel explains on The Today Show. “And this country can’t afford this kind of fake journalism.”
Rachel Maddow today is less bold on Afghanistan than Walter Cronkite was 32 years ago on Vietnam, even though the CBS anchor was the far more mainstream of the two.
Is Sarah Palin's video a preview for a possible campaign in 2012? Nation correspondent Ari Melber explains why she hasn't crossed over into social media organizing just yet.
When we reduce the devastating hurricane to fiction—even really good fiction—we risk making it little more than a trope.
Instead of rape, let's just call it, "unilateral, physical intimacy." Instead of torture, let's just call it, "enhanced interrogation techniques," and pretend that it's not morally wrong.
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.
Lawrence Lessig and Glenn Greenwald debate their positions on Elena Kagan’s Supreme Court nomination.
The mainstream media track Fox News as if it were the Sixth Estate. Does that benefit us—or Fox?
He was just stating the obvious.