With so much airtime to fill, cable news shows need celebrities’ two cents — and drawing power
Newly released e-mails show that the magazine never sought comment on the explosive charges
The New York Times urged a change in U.S.-Cuba relations, and voilà! It happened.
The reporter had been seeking an interview with the entertainer and decided to just call him at home.
It published a fast-unraveling story. What went wrong at the 47-year-old music and pop culture magazine?
The CIA gave reporters inaccurate information in bid to shape public views of interrogation tactics, report says.
The financial news company will replace its longtime editor in chief with a British journalist
The magazine ignored some basic journalistic rules: Don’t get too close to your sources and check your facts.
The bill for could be roughly $100,000 per reporter, a record price tag that is much higher than original estimates.
Executive editor Franklin Foer and literary editor Leon Wieseltier quit in clash with owner Chris Hughes.