A recent goof by the Associated Press indicates that real-time fact-checking still doesn't exactly know what it's doing.
Reporters should call out non-apologies—and be wary of re-exploiting victims.
Network news outlets are tricking us into thinking there's nothing we can do about climate change.
Although it’s fun and science-y to know how the physical brain parses data, most of us really should be more interested in what the mind is doing.
The emergence of a video showing pedestrians mowed down in Baghdad by U.S. gunships illustrates how traditional media's watchdog role is being usurped.