By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
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Michael Douglas, Bill Murray and Bruce Willis are just a few of stars to move from a life on television to a successful film career.
Barry Diller, the chairman of Newsweek parent company InterActiveCorp, told Bloomberg News on Monday he didn't have great expectations for the struggling digital-only publication and that he wishes he hadn't bought it.
In between the photos of cute animals and the quotes from dead white guys, Facebook has become a blood sport — an environment in which people attack one another with a lack of civility I haven't seen since the Internet flame wars of the 1990s.
Years of newsroom cutbacks have had a demonstrable impact on the quality of digital, newspaper and television news and in how consumers view that work, a study released Monday found.
Joe Vornehm of Simpsonville, S.C., pulled out his ruler to count the number of column inches his local newspaper, the Gannett-owned Greenville News, had written about the budget impasse in Washington.
Tom Aspell covered almost every war fought in the past 40 years. He was the type of journalist we need to see more of. Unfortunately, we are seeing fewer.
What's a legend? In literature, it's a handed-down narrative that captures a culture. In mapmaking it's a table that explains the symbols, and in show business, it's Barbra Streisand. Even if her music is not your music -- or her politics your politics -- you should grant her legendary status.
With Jeff Zucker taking over at CNN, the network's managing editor says he is quitting.
The day abortion was legalized was a blockbuster for news.
It might be time for a serious gut check for sports journalism — and maybe for other journalists, too. The revelation by an online publication, Deadspin, about how numerous journalists helped spread a tragic and false story of the death of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o's "girlfriend" demands that gut check.
After being declared our first "Asian American," "female," "gay" and "Latino" president, President Obama has yet another title.
Looks like it's Grover Norquist's turn to ride the insult wagon. The founder of Americans for Tax Reform is under scrutiny after seven lawmakers revealed they are not so keen about his long-standing "Taxpayer Protection Pledge," currently signed by 279 members of Congress, including three Democrats.
The long knives are out. Liberal and some neoconservative pundits are claiming that Republicans lost the 2012 presidential election for one basic reason: They have become the party of yesterday's America.
The liberal media are "shamelessly" using President Obama's re-election to steer the Republican Party away from the conservative mindset, says a pithy new Media Research Center study on recent national news coverage. Indeed, conservatives have been painted as a moldering, deranged bunch in the last week.
Newsweek's decision to stop publishing a print edition after 80 years and bet its life entirely on a digital future may be more a commentary on its own problems than a definitive statement on the health of the magazine industry.