The co-founder of the trailblazing Crossroads and New Roads schools in Santa Monica argues that if we can?t fund cuts in class sizes and improve educational resources, nothing else we do will matter a whit.
The New York Times blocked UK readers from accessing an online article about new details in the British terror case Instead, readers in England saw this explanation, "British law prohibits publication of prejudicial information about the defendants prior to trial? .
The New Yorker is selling its complete archive, "every article, poem, short story, and cartoon (and every advertisement) that has appeared in the magazine since 1925," on an external hard drive for $300. It's a novel move for a media company, many of which have been wary of releasing digital versions of content to the public, for fear of piracy.