"From the office of Donald J. Trump" reads the accompanying card clipped to a printed-out blog post from VanityFair.com, mailed to that magazine's editor-in-chief Graydon Carter. A veteran of covering (and mocking) the rich and famous, some his friends and some less so, Carter and Trump go wa ... More >>
It's one thing for a reporter to have a billionaire in his pocket and pick his own next owner. It's another for the reporter, Newsweek's esteemed Howard Fineman, to have pocketed the billionaire by boosting his wife in print for years. I went to the Columbia Journalism dinner in 2006 when Fi ... More >>
Well, at least it wasn't Carlos Slim. Or the Power Rangers Hyper-Zionist Guy. Or any of the other hysterical characters who'd lined up to buy Newsweek, which has now been sold to audio equipment guy Sidney Harman, reported AdAge "according to people familiar with the deal," which PaidContent ... More >>
Keep your blogs close, and your bloggers closer, apparently. The Washington Post-owned and recently beleaguered and now for sale news weekly Newsweek just lost a very important component in one single media move: Mark Coatney. Who's going to go work for Tumblr.
The press digs itself into holes; the government covers up its own errorsthe system at work
The attack on Fahrenheit 9/11: Fox lays back while ABC and NBC pile on
A Great Day for America
The Left Reconsiders Its Relationship to Clinton and Comes Out Swinging Especially at Christopher Hitchens