And now they're poised to do it again. A journalist reflects on the dangerous disinformation of wartime reporting, and the threat of history repeating itself.
“Heartwarming” stories about selfless actions may seem to be intended to renew faith in human nature, but using emotional appeals to skew a factual conversation is a sign of disinformation and propaganda.
It didn't matter that Senator Harris was a strong candidate with a passionate base. The misogynoir of press coverage doomed her from the outset.
We appear to be living in the upside-down, where people are bots, facts are fiction, and our reality is governed by algorithms.
AB 5, which goes into effect this year, is meant to penalize abusive employers like Uber and Lyft, but it’s poised to set a dangerous precedent that could affect many part-time workers—especially women and people of color.
With the media's freeze-out of the California senator, are we losing one of our best Democratic contenders for the presidency?
Women journalists are breaking the biggest stories and bringing down powerful abusers. So why are so many men getting the follow-up assignments?
There’s an increase in finance-related content for young women because they need and want it. But is the advice helpful? Or simply condescending?
The media often minimizes women's rage as a fad, from the #MeToo movement to assault claims against the U.S. president, even by high-profile figures like columnist E. Jean Carroll. Are we on the cusp of revolt, or historical erasure?
Donald Trump turned his fraud into free press and rode the wave of exposure all the way to the White House. But he's hardly the first to play this game—and he won't be the last.