Fox Corp. is working to undermine democracy and get some of its viewers killed, both seemingly for partisan advantage. Don't stand by while they do.
Three things to know about Gorsuch's recent dissent.
What does it say about our journalism that someone with essentially no relevant experience led the New York City mayoral race for months?
A valuable new book reflects too much faith in the efficacy of regulation
Two recent stories raise the issue of whether journalists really trust their readers, or public officials the people they represent.
Journalism needs to up its game on stories where we don't (yet) know the answer.
In setting rules, it makes sense to go back to the reason we need them.
The most promising winner of the Substack Local contest offers hope.
There has been an explosion in funding for local news, but most of it is national.
Thinking anew about neutrality, objectivity, nonpartisanship-- and simple fairness
Its enduring importance may not center around Trump
What real transparency can look like