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He found the industry’s weak spot—and exploited it relentlessly.
Taking the land will be a legal nightmare—ask George W. Bush | “They’re going to have to deal with guys like us”
The Senate confirmed Tom Price to be secretary of health and human services early on Friday morning.
His backers are behind a pipeline taking Texas gas to Mexico | “It raises so many ironies in terms of U.S. politics”
A better, sustainable business model could restore the press’s credibility.
In distributing a set of inflammatory allegations that it admitted it could not vouch for, BuzzFeed sidestepped a basic principle of journalism.
Doubled quotes developed as indications of a rational world. Now they’re developing as indications of the opposite.
When running late for her interview with a lawyer suing Uber, 1 Hannah Levintova decided her best option was to take the subway (“Road Warrior,” page 5). 2 Clive Thompson lives in a Brooklyn neighborhood where a parking spot converted to livable spac
How media technology and Donald Trump have changed the way journalists think about describing falsehoods
The states with the highest emissions levels mostly voted for the president-elect. Now, he’s selecting officials for his Cabinet who likely won’t try to reduce the use of fossil fuels.
The contentious—but substantial—interview highlights the ever-vanishing line between entertainment and journalism.
William Jennings Bryan, the populist presidential hopeful, warned of an “epidemic of fake news” in his day.
TUCKED BETWEEN Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington is known as the Entertainment Capital of Texas, and for good reason. It’s home to four professional sports teams—Dallas Cowboys football, Texas Rangers baseball, Dallas Wings basketball, and Dallas Char
THE LONG TAIL OF THE OIL BUST IS HITTING LUXURY RETAILERS TOO. SORRY, NEIMAN MARCUS.
A guide to the business tycoons, generals, and conservative politicians the president-elect has nominated to run his administration as they navigate the Senate confirmation process
Civil rights groups fear threats of charges will scare voters away | “We have every reason to be very, very concerned”
On Friday evening a young Time reporter tweeted something false. Within minutes, he realized his error, corrected himself, and apologized.The following day, the president of the United States chastised the reporter by name in an address to the CIA. “
Lip service to the crucial function of the Fourth Estate is not enough to sustain it.
It was a warm summer night when my friends and I drove out to the middle of the west Texas desert and turned off the road at a big sign proclaiming, “Marfa’s Mystery Lights Viewing Area: Night Time Only.” We walked past a cylindrical adobe building—p
The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold opened up to his audience, using crowdsourcing to explore the president-elect’s charitable activities.
Critics say he could have done much more to help the state’s citizens.
Lawmakers in Texas, Kentucky, and Virginia are the latest to propose legislation that replicates North Carolina’s controversial law—despite the risk of backlash.
Trump’s branding of the press as an "enemy" seems less an attempt to influence coverage than an invitation to repression and even violence.