Twitter was one of the most important tech utilities for reporters to break stories and deliver real-time news, until Elon Musk bought the company. He not only killed the social media platform, he destroyed one of our most vital news outlets.
Elon Musk has been doing everything in his power to drive media from Twitter. Should journalists stay or go?
As the owner of Twitter, Musk is proving to be a disastrous CEO. And his fragile ego and bizarre fascistic politics threaten to make matters even worse for the once-successful social-media platform.
We've seen social media sell our personal data and spread misinformation and hate, and our personal data. But we still can’t break up with it.
The paper of record claims the man tweeting us into war with North Korea has "reinvented" the presidency. Which is why 2018 must be a year of reckoning for the press.
In a week where Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and the Senate forced through their tax scam, Trump’s twitter was unhinged. Here’s the other news you may have missed.
In this elegy to Twitter, the writer reflects on the platform she first joined a decade ago—once a place to network with her literary idols—and the troll-laden, gladiator-like arena it is today.
Trump and GOP hypocrisy sunk to new depths this week. While we were grappling with the news about Al Franken, the administration continued to push their craven policies. Here's what you missed.
The unprofitable social-media giant—a bot-and-troll-infested hellscape—has changed the way we disseminate and digest our information. Is the platform worth defending?
Many people don't understand what rape is unless it involves screaming NO and seeing external evidence of abuse—and still we doubt the word of the survivor. So let's define our terms.