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Today’s masters of manipulation have no qualms about co-mingling truth and falsehood, writes Julie Wittes Schlack.
The time has come for Twitter to place patriotism above profits, writes Steve Almond, to quit hiding behind the fig leaf of the First Amendment.
Following "Today" show host Matt Lauer, Keillor is the second major media figure to have been fired Wednesday after allegations of improper behavior.
The rules governing language are beginning to dwindle. But Emmy Favilla, former BuzzFeed global copy chief, says there are still grammar cops.
Companies like Adidas and Cadbury have pulled back their ads, and YouTube says it has now removed hundreds of predatory accounts.
Several media organizations have come forward saying they've been investigating allegations against Lauer for months.
Modern feminism tends to question women’s agency, and in doing so, it questions our claim to equality, writes Wendy Kaminer.
As his self-justification makes clear, the problem for Charlie Rose, writes Barbara E. Will, is in part a problem of language.
The paper says a woman who came to them with a dramatic story about Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore appears to be working with an organization that targets mainstream news...
Ken Stern spent a year going to NASCAR races, pig hunts and evangelical churches to witness a side of the United States that he believes is left out of American...
Time Inc., the owner of Sports Illustrated, People, Fortune and Time magazine, agreed to sell itself Sunday to the lifestyle magazine publisher Meredith Corp.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with filmmakers Brent and Craig Renaud about how a potent form of meth and a lack of economic opportunity are devastating one community.
Thanks to a court order, commercials and print ads touting the negative effects of smoking — and paid for by three major tobacco companies — begin running on Sunday.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd gets the latest on what's trending on social media from Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English.
With so many options these days, it can be tough to choose what to watch while you graze on leftovers.
NPR's Chris Benderev reports Cassidy was best known for his acting role and musical career that spawned from the hit TV show.
Leo plays the Reverend Mother, the head of a cloistered convent in the 1960s, where the nuns are required to observe silence much of the day.
Plus suggestions if you're in transit or sitting on the couch with your family this weekend.
The federal lawsuit filed in Boston on Monday asks the court to declare that Hulu's failure to provide services for the blind violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The film tells the story of Auggie, a little boy with a rare craniofacial condition who's attending school for the first time after years of home schooling.