When Americans like Kylie Jenner and Jeff Bezos downplay their advantages—and the media follows suit—it prevents us from dealing with the truth about income inequality, opportunity access, and classism.
People are calling the removal of children from parents at the border "un-American." But it dates back to the founding of this nation.
Politicians have always manipulated language to fit their agenda. But when journalists validate and repeat it, they're introducing it into the national idiom.
The Tesla CEO is calling for a credibility rating system for journalists. What he doesn't know about the media is … a lot.
Journalists defending Sarah Sanders as a "victim" of a smoky-eye joke don't care about her. They just don’t like being called out for their incompetence at covering the Trump administration.
Patch is back. And so is LAist, Gothamist, and the DCist, thanks to investors from public radio stations. Can they survive this time around?
Are the Russian nationals solely to blame for election interference? Or have we allowed our news media to become useful idiots?
Various state and federal efforts are underway to put a price tag on carbon emissions, but we can't tax our way out of climate change.
Trump outrage has been good for independent media. But can they turn that into a sustainable new business model?
While the majority of reporters identify as Democrats, conservatives have done a masterful job of gaining increasing control of the media. That changes the news we all read.