Journalism

Why I Decided War Reporting Was No Longer Worth the Risk
August 26, 2014

"This wasn’t my country, it wasn’t my war, and now I would die for it in a horrible way."

A Dispatch from the Happiest Place in Iraq
July 03, 2014

The tranquility and tolerance of Erbil.

Chelsea Clinton Made $600,000 a Year at NBC. That Upset a Lot of Male Journalists.
June 13, 2014

Stop whining jealously about one woman's impressive paycheck and focus on the bigger issues at hand.

The Troubling Case of Chris Hedges
Pulitzer winner. Lefty hero. Plagiarist.
June 12, 2014

Pulitzer winner. Lefty hero. Plagiarist.

Jill Abramson's Firing Shows the Insidious New Way Sexism Happens in the Modern Workplace
May 16, 2014

This is what makes today’s sexism so tricky: It’s about feelings and impressions created by women’s behavior, not red lines drawn between men and women. 

Stop Beating Up on Nate Silver!
March 30, 2014

His willingness to try a new form of journalism is something that all journalists should support.

Why E-books Are Banned in My Digital Journalism Class
January 22, 2014

The printed page still matters, even where you wouldn't expect it.

Today Is the Slowest News Day of the Year. Just Look at the New York Times
December 28, 2013

Only one of the front page's six stories qualifies as news.

Bloomberg's Favorite Toy
Inside the billionaire's quixotic, costly, and strangely milquetoast foray into opinion journalism
December 17, 2013

Bloomberg View spends big on fancy writers. Influence does not follow.

China's Government Is Scaring Foreign Journalists Into Censoring Themselves
December 09, 2013

“The visa question has insidious ways of sowing the seeds of self-censorship,” Dorinda Elliott, the global affairs editor at Condé Nast Traveler, wrote on ChinaFile last month.

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