Californians shell out big bucks for politicians.
Thanks to the Oscar win and media fawning Al Gore is now “cool”.
FOIA Requests Still Slothful
Despite an order by President Bush to speed up FOIA responses the backlog has actually increased.
Clinton Campaign Prevents Reporters from Attending Fundraiser
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign barred reporters from attending a fundraising event when they arrived late.
Asian Paper Stirs Controversy Over Column on Blacks
An article in the AsianWeek newspaper titled “Why I Hate Blacks” has Asian leaders in San Francisco in a tizzy.
‘Frontline’ Interview with Ken Auletta
Ken Auletta talks about the chilly White House/Press relations.
Is Katie Helping Charlie?
Charles Gibson has jumped to the top of the evening news rating heap and he may have Katie Couric to thank.
Peretz Sells Out, Changes Coming at The New Republic
Part owner and editor in chief Marty Peretz has sold his share of the magazine which will be redesigned.
‘Slow Bleed’ Confession
John Harris claims that he coined “slow bleed” before John Murtha.
Feeling Sorry for Hillary
Jon Friedman thinks maybe Hillary could use a Media Training 101 course.
How the Internet Has Changed Journalism
Transcript from an interview with Lowell Bergman on PBS’ “Frontline”.
Al Gore is on a roll.
Have a Pet? Get a Date
A new Dutch web site has launched to unite pet lovers in love.