Jeff Bezos and his ilk are gobbling up the nation's newspapers. We should all be concerned for the future of our democracy.
In a bizarre move that North Korean state media call a break from "imperialism," the nation is switching to a new time zone to mark Korea's liberation from the Japanese at the end of World War II.
Stephen Colbert has a tough act to follow in replacing David Letterman on the "Late Show" later this year -- but then again, following Stephen Colbert is no easy feat either. The latter job fell to Comedy Central's newest host, Larry Wilmore, on Monday night.
Clocks, with their never ending ticktock reminding us of the passage of time, may be a terrible instrument to organize our work lives around.
The most profitable news websites are fueled by so-called native ads -- paid advertisements disguised as original news content. John Oliver finds a funny way of explaining why the future of news is in jeopardy.
Fareed Zakaria, a CNN host and editor-at-large for Time magazine, has been suspended by both news organizations after he admitted to plagiarizing parts of a story from The New Yorker. Zakaria apologized once the allegations came to light.
After an extended spat between lovers of expansive prose and the defenders of Twitter’s trademark 140-character tweets, the social media company has announced it will give certain organizations the ability to pepper their updates with pop-ups that feature more written and visual material.