Journalism

Threatening the Free Press

Nearly four years into his presidency, Trump’s almost constant repetition of “fake news” has done its work.

By Margaret Sullivan

R.I.P., Liberal Contrarianism

Before #Slatepitch became a punchline, Slate (and others) really did thrive on a certain kind of anti-liberalism. It’s dead now—well, almost.

By Michael Bérubé

Facebook’s Shallow Understanding of “Community”

Mark Zuckerberg offers unconvincing reassurance to the journalists his website is weakening.

By Nathan Pippenger

Talk is Cheap

Conservatives troubled by the President's attack on journalism might reconsider their party's relationship to right-wing media.

By Nathan Pippenger

Against a Fox News for the Left

The conservative media does not provide a model for progressives to emulate.

By Nathan Pippenger