New York City dailies play fast and loose with the inflammatory term “gang” and defer to questionable police tactics, just as they did with "stop and frisk" policies.
The campaign to gag the WikiLeaks' founder is a bipartisan and bilateral attack on free speech that could lead to a wider assault on all of our freedoms.
On “Scheer Intelligence,” Truthdig Editor Robert Scheer interviews former FCC associate general counsel Mark Lloyd.
An expert attempts to debunk common myths about mass shootings, starting with the bonkers idea that more guns make people safer; scientists are working to condense multiple medications into "personalized" pills; and since late 2015, more Americans have been employed by online-only outlets than by newspapers. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Bernie Sanders got a little love from The New York Times, but the praise was fleeting A positive Times article on Monday was toned down Tuesday and may have affected primary race voting in five states A positive Times article on Monday was toned down Tuesday, and may have affected primary race voting in five states.
A funny thing happened on the way to my second column since the Los Angeles Times hired me back.
Investigative reporter Glenn Greenwald published an expose this week detailing how the NSA has been feeding "propaganda" to various news publications, which have happily played along.
Only in the years that shrank the screen to your desk, then your hand, now your pocket -- and one day soon on your eyeglasses -- did it became apparent that throughout the print era the newspaper had been misnamed.