It was extremely complex, but not designed to be a public sensation.
But the Newsweek editor is mostly sticking by her man.
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"I don't think you can claim this undermines my academic reputation."
Does Tina Brown even care?
The brand-name journalist completes his repentance cycle with an apology and explanation.
The Moneyball author's piece will appear in Vanity Fair's October issue.
Last week's mini-plagiarism scandal reaches its conclusion.
An apology is reportedly imminent.
The paper's public editor says yes.
The Southern literary magazine is full of drama.
The content farm may be unloaded for $270 million.
"I could hand the phone over to my 3-year-old son and he could come up with a good picture."
"They were violent toward me, and they were violent toward the media."
Business-side boss Christopher Barnes is leaving as well.
Crypto-Nazi, not crypto-fascist. Get it right!
Circulation revenue is above ad revenue for the second quarter in a row.