The legendary art director talks about the aesthetics of rebellion and his strange journey from Screw magazine to The New York Times.
The mainstream coverage of SBF and FTX is more than a little blasé.
On Tuesday night, Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington made the baffling claim that, if mainstream news channels failed to air the former president's campaign announcement in full, it would mean that "we do not have the First Amendment."
Thanks, but we lived through the lies of their administrations that they used to sell us war and intrusive government meddling in health care.
People with money on the line try harder than pundits to be right, and they adjust quickly when they've made a mistake.
Priscilla Villarreal found herself in a jail cell for publishing two routine stories. A federal court still can't decide what to do about that.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
Meanwhile more and more Americans say that they are avoiding news coverage.
Influential media critic Margaret Sullivan demonstrates the perils of letting narrative get ahead of verification.
Newspapers deserve a great deal of credit for the expansion of freedom over the past 200 years. But the media have lost credibility.
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Even though no one's trying to give your kid rainbow fentanyl this Halloween, it hasn't stopped journalists from repeating the myth.
Media outlets repeated police speculation that she might have been involved, but investigators now say she was likely unarmed.
Their articles do not, in fact, get more accurate.
Some conservative media outlets and politicians lambast the practice. But if you care about public safety, that opposition doesn't make sense.
It would be far easier to prosecute sex trafficking if voluntary sex work were legal.
"One of the things that the left and right have in common is an awareness that our government has essentially been co-opted by corporate power," says the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist.
The Christian satire site's editor on defying Twitter bans, flaying Gen Z's super-thin skin, and being funny while pious.
Kyle Mann, the Christian satire site's editor, also talks Biden vs. Trump, and why he saves his deepest burns for mega-pastors like Joel Osteen.
The U.S. may not realize it, but it has the upper hand. It turns out communism doesn't work.
Friday A/V Club: One cable host's capacity for unearned smugness
"The kind of values I've always embraced are heard more on Fox than on CNN and MSNBC, where they're not welcome."
''The kind of values I've always embraced are heard more on Fox than on CNN and MSNBC," says the Pulitzer Prize–winning progressive journalist.
World journalists have been quicker than Americans to see danger in prosecuting the Wikileaks founder.
The WikiLeaks founder faces espionage charges for publishing classified U.S. information, a prosecution with serious implications for all our First Amendment protections.
An explosive Times report alleged that Kraken CEO Jesse Powell created a "hateful workplace," leading to an employee exodus. Is that what really happened?
White player suspended for calling black player "Jackie"; many journalists conclude that the player (and Yankees fans!) are racist.
"The platform's choice to release this special now, during a wave of unprecedented anti-trans legislation, is unconscionable," according to Vox.
Nominated stories cover minor league baseball, drug tests, and L.A.’s plan for ending homelessness
If Musk was so fond for South Africa's segregationist policies, why did he refuse military conscription and jump ship to Canada as a teen?
Dean Baquet played a leading role in two of modern journalism's turns for the worse.
Journalists often do their best work in places that offer the least welcoming environment.
Reporting that makes Black Lives Matter look bad should not be covered up by social media companies.
Left-leaning outlets and tech giants tried to label them disinformation—until they no longer could.
Compact brings "labor populism" and "political Catholicism" under one roof.
Today's journalists aren't speaking truth to power by not-so-subtly agitating for direct military involvement in Ukraine.
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The Founders Fund vice president and Pirate Wires author on supporting heretics as a means of social and economic innovation.