Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Just Got a TV Show. How Redundant.
November 15, 2013

He already has a show: the daily news.

Politico Magazine Looks Like an In-Flight Magazine
November 15, 2013

The D.C. political paper produces a magazine. Critics pounce.

Don’t Panic! The ‘Times’ Is Losing Staff, But It Will Be Fine
November 13, 2013

In August, reporting an article about The New York Times’ future, I spoke to Sam Sifton, the former national editor now in charge of various nascent digital initiatives that the paper hopes will allow it to secure more paying customers.

Pseudoscientist Rupert Sheldrake Is Not Being Persecuted, And Is Not Like Galileo
November 08, 2013

The BBC and Deepak Chopra Buy Into a Woomeister

The Pivotal, Behind-the-Scenes Story of How the "Game Change" Guys Get Sources to Talk
November 08, 2013

Looking back, the interview on January 30, 2009 would prove to be a game-changer for Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.

Betsy Rothstein, Washington's Strangest Gossip, Does Not Explain Washington
November 07, 2013

Go ahead and try to use Betsy Rothstein as a lens to understand the capital. It can't be done.

Glenn Greenwald and Bill Keller Are Wrong About Objectivity in Journalism
November 06, 2013

A debate has been raging for 50 years or more over whether journalists should try to be “objective” in reporting events or describing controversies.

Yes, Young Writers Should Give Their Work Away for Free
October 29, 2013

Writing in The New York Times this weekend, author and cartoonist Tim Kreider, like every other member of the working media, surveyed the contemporary marketplace, and realized he does not like what he sees.

Why Liberals Should Fuss About Obamacare
October 25, 2013

Sorting out the commentary on Obamacare is a lot less important than sorting out Obamacare.