Our media is strangling our democracy, and without a course correction it will only get worse.
By ignoring or downplaying Bannon’s extremist history, major newspapers are not giving their readers the essential background information they deserve on a man who is soon to be one of the most influential people in politics.
Change has come to America (again).
Our critic despairs of political coverage ever being put back together again.
As AT&T and Time Warner plan to merge, new FCC rules on broadband privacy show how today “Big Media” also means “Big Data.”
The strength of our civic life depends on what we do outside elections.
Brazile, who took over from Debbie Wasserman Schultz as DNC chair in July, has been exposed by Wikileaks for emailing debate questions to the Clinton campaign ahead of time.
Facebook’s system allows advertisers to exclude black, Hispanic, and other “ethnic affinities” from seeing ads.
"Yesterday was a really shameful moment for this country and where we stand."
Under no circumstances should it be acceptable for peaceful protesters in North Dakota to be attacked and arrested, while armed occupiers in Oregon are either left alone or amicably reasoned with.