‘60 Minutes’ and the War
The “60 Minutes” story Sunday on military personnel critical of the war has emotions riding high.
Vice President Dick Cheney flies to Pakistan to visit with Musharraf.
Comic Strip Sparks Complaints
Readers were upset at what appeared to be a soldier being killed by an IED in a comic strip.
When Bad News Is Good News
The recent bursting of the newspaper valuation bubble is actually good news for journalism.
Celebrity Coverage and the Woodward Touch
The coverage of Anna Nicole, Britney and company could use the Bob Woodward touch.
2008 Campaign Tops News Index
The 2008 campaign topped the PEJ News Coverage Index for the latest week.
Hatfill Settles Libel Suit
Steven Hatfill who was named a “person of interest” by invesitgators has settled his $10 million libel suit against Vanity Fair and Reader’s Digest.
Tabloid TV is Back
The death of Anna Nicole Smith has the media falling all over itself.
Village Voice Poaches another Sun Staffer
Deborah Kobren the city editor of the New York Sun has joined the Voice as the managing editor.
ABC’s Bob Woodruff is back.
Where’s The Beef?
Even Clara Peller would be able to spot the beef in this burger if she were alive today.