In Democratic demographics, no one platform has that much power
A new biography of Fox News honcho Roger Ailes helps explain why there is no liberal equivalent to him, and why liberals maybe should be happy about that.
The New York Times' web redesign dumped the page break—and helped kill off one of the web's most annoying features
Meet the leftist man with a giant blind spot when it comes to women.
NFL Commissoner Roger Goodell is in denial about threats to football's future.
The Atlantic magazine left a key group out of its discussion about fatherhood.
How a network went from chasing storms to chasing clicks
By naming winter storms and creating viral web content, The Weather Channel has transitioned into the modern media age.
Former punter Chris Kluwe may have lost his job for advocating for same-sex marriage, but more important is his restricted employee's rights.
His focus on inequality is New York-centric. Will it be heard farther afield?
The inaugural festivities on New Year’s Day’s for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio felt awfully like an event of national import and impact. In one row next to the podium were two prospective presidential candidates, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Ceremonially swearing in de Blasio (who was officially sworn in at midnight the night before) was a former president, Bill Clinton.
Hey, haters: Applebee’s is part of what makes America great
The central song in 'Inside Llewyn Davis' has been performed by everyone from Pete Seeger to Bob Dylan to Jeff Buckley.