What Whitey Bulger could teach journalism students.
Jose Antonio Vargas comes out as an illegal immigrant. But that’s just the beginning of the story.
Synthetic pot: Bloomberg BusinessWeek files a dandy drug-capitalism story.
Who I follow—and don’t follow—on Twitter and why.
U.K. tabloids: Threat or menace?
A Gay Girl in Damascus and Lez Get Real: The lessons of the fake lesbian bloggers.
NBC News and the Meagan Broussard interview: Remind me, what’s wrong with paying news sources?
Fired journalists take shots at their former bosses.
Anthony Weiner’s press conference substitutes copious apologies for copious lies.
Fired (and resigned) journalists extract literary revenge on their former bosses.
Weinergate: In defense of sensationalism.
Jill Abramson becomes the next executive editor of the New York Times.
Roger Ailes profiles: Who’s afraid of the Fox News Channel chairman? Not me.
Bloomberg View, the editorial page and op-ed section that gives reasonableness a bad name.
Worst allergy season ever? Prove it!
Facebook smeared Google? C’mon!
Jim Lehrer steps down from NewsHour: how the endlessly civil anchor became PBS’ answer to Walter Cronkite.
Twitter Trouble: Rashard Mendenhall, Nir Rosen, and Keith Olbermann’s difficulties with the new medium.
Osama Videos: The White House extracts full propaganda value out of the Osama Bin Laden putzing video.
Osama Bin Laden’s death photos: the case for releasing them.