Ken Layne's quarterly magazine, Desert Oracle, tries to give readers a sense of the profound solitude—and weirdness—of the Mojave Desert.
Report for America offers young journalists valuable job training experience—by placing them in talent-starved newsrooms.
Semanal Media bought the beloved paper and gutted it from the inside. For what?
If you're thorough about it, yes.
A look at past surveys of scientists and journalists shows relations have been deteriorating for some time, and have hit a new low under the Trump administration.
MSNBC is discontinuing its annual tradition of replaying the network's breaking 9/11 coverage. Is that the best decision?
Indian activists take part in a protest rally against the killing of Indian journalist Gauri Lankesh at the India Gate memorial in New Delhi on September 6th, 2017.
Palin filed the suit in June, in response to an editorial the newspaper published following the shooting of a congressman.
A new study finds that gender bias in book reviewing doesn't merely show up in which authors get reviewed more often—it affects authors who veer from common gendered stereotypes as well.
News of a vaccine against the Zika virus boosted Americans' confidence in science—for a short time. How to make it last?
Getting to know a Pentecostal snake handler might provide an answer.
One female reporter was prevented from entering the Speaker's Lobby because her shoulders weren't covered.
Public opinion of the media is at an all-time low. How do outlets regain Americans' trust?
Has fact-checking been rendered obsolete by the post-fact carnival of American electoral politics? Bill Adair says: not yet.