New York Times Public Editor: What’s With All These Interesting Stories Where The Box Scores Should Be?

New York Times public editor Liz Spayd wrote an exceptionally stupid column this weekend criticizing the newspaper’s sports section. The Times sports department is notable in that it mostly devotes its resources to investigations and distinctive reporting about a wide array of sports and the athletes who play them, rather than publishing straight gamers off […]

Yes, the media do underreport some terrorist attacks. Just not the ones most people think of. – The Washington Post

By Erin M. Kearns, Allison Betus and Anthony Lemieux By Erin M. Kearns, Allison Betus and Anthony Lemieux March 13 at 6:00 AM President Trump addresses a joint session of Congress on Feb. 28 as Vice President Pence and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan applaud. (Pool photo by Jim Lo Scalzo via AP) At his […]

You Can be ‘Quite a Ridiculous Figure’: Michael Wolff Rips Stelter for Lecturing on ‘Virtues of the Media’ | Mediaite

You Can be ‘Quite a Ridiculous Figure’: Michael Wolff Rips Stelter for Lecturing on ‘Virtues of the Media’ Please enable Javascript to watch. During an at times contentious exchange today on CNN’s Reliable Sources, The Hollywood Reporter columnist Michael Wolff criticized host Brian Stelter over the style and approach Stelter has taken of late on […]

Cover Story on the Women’s March Sends Mixed Symbols

The planned Women’s March may be gearing up to be one of the biggest inauguration weekend protests ever, but there’s clearly still some education that needs to happen before January 21. Washington Post’s magazine Express had a bit of a snafu on Thursday, when their cover story about the march showed a ring of what […]