Assassinations. Drug running. False flag ops. A shadow paramilitary global network. Synthetic wars. CIA-NATO: A darker truth. Operation Gladio Plan B: Murder. OG 68?"aka Greg McPhearson?"no longer works for the company. The hunter has now become
Ben Bradlee, Editor of the Washington Post During Watergate, Dies
A former managing editor of the Washington Post is warning of a massive shake out in print journalism once advertisers "wake up" to the reality that they are wasting money on newspaper and magazine advertising,
White House journalists are creating an alternative system for distributing their media "pool" reports in response to the Obama administration's involvement in approving and disapproving certain content in official reports.
They call it "shockvertising" — ads made to shock their way into your memory by way of gruesome violence, over-the-top sexuality, or other taboo-shredding imagery.
Risen recounts the story of a spectacularly botched CIA operation wherein a Russian defector under US government control ends up essentially handing over near complete nuclear bomb blueprints to Iran. Yes, you read that right.
Welcome to Imgur! You've found your new Internet home. Be forewarned, time has been known to quicken in this realm.
Media Companies Spin Off Newspapers, to Uncertain Futures.
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? A prominent CNN commentator, the top two political reporters for The Huffington Post, a Reuters reporter, the editor of The Nation magazine, a producer for Al Jazeera America television, a U.S. News & World Report columnist, and ap
Friends and fans — if few in number then all the more cherished — have been asking why I seem to have been writing less this year.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed leader of the 'Islamic State' stretching across Iraq and Syria, has vowed to lead the conquest of Rome as he called on Muslims to immigrate to his new land to fight under its banner around the globe.
Fewer commercial news organizations support investigative journalism now than at any time in recent history, and reporters today are arguably more alone, more exposed and more vulnerable to professional and even physical harm than they ever were.
AP will announce Monday that it plans to use automation technology from a company called Automated Insights to produce stories about earnings reports.
A look at New York City's other media industry: immigrant presses, where print advertising still brings in substantial revenue, and readers keep subscribing.
Batman's original protégé, Robin, strikes out on his own in the shadowy world of international espionage as 'Grayson,' co-written by an ex-CIA counterterrorism officer.
This fall, Audrey Fletcher will take the reins of Kent State's award-winning student newspaper as editor. For as long as she's known, the Daily Kent Stater's gone to press five days a week. But this coming school year, the Stater will drop "daily" fr
The recording took place on March 28th, 1958 in Rotterdam at a "Hobbit Dinner" put on by Tolkien's Dutch publisher and a bookseller. Tolkien's own publisher, Allen and Unwin, paid for his trip to the Netherlands to attend this special party. Acco
Key facts from the late Michael Hastings' profile of the freed Taliban POW
The Washington Post’s neocon editors have made another strident appeal for President Barack Obama to “abandon his passivity and do something to help” the rebels in Syria, complaining that they “continue to receive far too little help from the United
Advances in technology have given rise to an abundance of ways to share our stories. There's messaging services for the short and sharp, blogging platforms for the long-winded and, as it happens, single strands of human hair for microscopic comic str
Paper books were supposed to be dead by now. For years, information theorists, marketers, and early adopters have told us their demise was imminent. Ikea even redesigned a bookshelf to hold something other than books. Yet in a world of screen ubiquit
Times Jerusalem bureau admits compliance with Israel-ordered media blackouts
Before there was WIRED, there was Omni, the forward-looking monthly magazine where a sci-fi piece by William S. Burroughs could share page space with an investigation into alien abductions and not raise an eyebrow. (It also had the best ads, like, ev
On Friday, the two American journalists primarily responsible for publishing the Edward Snowden documents arrived safely in the United States. Many feared Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras had indictments under seal and might be detained
In Fitchburg, the city is paying $30,000 to revive and mail out free copies of a print edition that had been online-only since 2009. In Winston-Salem, the city council approved a $100,000 low-interest loan to an weekly that covers the black community
Kumar wrote an investigative piece that documents what was described as a “rape culture” at the school. The school officials immediately moved to censor and block the publication.
The Obama Administration’s Federal Communication Commission is poised to place government monitors in newsrooms across the country in an absurdly draconian attempt to intimidate and control the media.
Paramedics responding to an emergency at an all woman school in Saudi Arabia were prevented from entering because of rules banning the presence of men on campus.
The New York Times announced Thursday that operating profits had fallen 12% in the fourth quarter of 2013 compared to the same period a year before.
It appears as if the New York Times, in its latest publication of leaked NSA documents, failed to properly redact the PDF it uploaded, exposing the name of the NSA agent who composed the presentation as well as the name of a targeted network.