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Jose Antonio Vargas, Journalist and Undocumented Immigrant, Takes On GOP in Iowa
Kicked out of a Romney event in Cedar Rapids.
The Fox News Candidate Is ... Fox News
Like any good candidate, the network plans to tack toward the center for the general election.
Sarah Palin Got Scolded by Roger Ailes for Not Announcing Her Non-Candidacy on Fox News
"I paid her for two years to make this announcement on my network."
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Observer’s Jared Kushner and Dan Abrams in Partnership Talks
A possible tie-up between Mediaite and the 'Observer.'
Can Hands-on Boss Rupert Murdoch Plausibly Deny Knowledge of Hacking at the News of the World?
What did Murdoch know, and when did he know it?
In the Murdoch Hacking Scandal, Roger Ailes Stands to Gain
Ailes's Fox News fiefdom has avoided any connection to the hacking uproar.
Damage Control: James Murdoch and the Family Business
A paper shuttered, a prime minister wounded, a Murdoch dynasty divided?
Times Newsroom Mounts Defense of Fracking Coverage: Memo
An internal memo to the public editor rebuts charges that the paper is anti-gas.
Jill Abramson’s First Task: Stop the Times Defections
Two more high-profile defections from the Grey Lady.
Why Bill Keller Stepped Down As Times Executive Editor And How the Paper’s Staffers Staged an Intervention Over His Column
His controversial 'Times' column signaled a return to full-time writing.
Joe Biden Scouted Multiple Reporters to Be His New Communications Director
Washington 'Post' reporter Shailagh Murray got the job, but CBS News' Chip Reid and Slate's John Dickerson were contacted too.
Judith Regan Settles Lawsuit That Threatened to Implicate Ailes
A lawsuit that threatened to pull in Roger Ailes is settled out of court.
Operation Geronimo, Part 2: Targeting the Media
A case study in obsessive, mostly expert presidential messaging.
Going Rogue on Ailes Could Leave Palin on Thin Ice
Asking advice from the Fox News chief, then ignoring it.
Palin Loses Another Key Adviser, Even As She Adds a Chief of Staff
More than two years after her national debut, Palin is still having trouble retaining key advisers.
Harper’s Union Spat Intensifies As Big-Name Authors Weigh In [Updated]
Jonathan Lethem, Zadie Smith, and other literary notables press the publisher to accept union demands.
Keith Olbermann Is Leaving MSNBC
Olbermann made the abrupt but not surprising announcement on his show tonight.
Venerable Lefties at Harper's Divided by Union
In a strange, ironic endgame, liberal owner John R. MacArthur is fighting against a unionized staff.
I.M. Pei Scuttles Plans for NYU Tower
A new building would be "highly destructive" to his landmarked Silver Towers.