The most revealing information in the e-mails is what isn’t in them. Apparently Rolling Stone had zero interest in confirming the facts of Jackie’s story.
If North Korea just committed the most successful terrorist attack on the United States since 9/11, why are our politicians so silent about it?
A Jeb Bush candidacy is totally divorced from the reality of primary politics, only showing how out of touch Beltway media types are with GOP primary voters.
Fox News is reporting that Lindsey Graham is thinking about running for president. Even though he’s the Graham you’d least like to see run for president.
People who actually go to church will find SNL’s fake ad for St. Joseph’s Christmas Mass Spectacular funny.
Virginia is for corrupt governors. Bob McDonnell is facing 10 years of prison. But why isn’t Mark Warner being prosecuted for dangling a federal judgeship?
“Extraordinary women” detailed their morning routines. It involved lots of yoga and quinoa. Is that typical? Here’s what we found when we asked around.
Social media users felt helpless in the face of Sydney’s hostage crisis. They returned to more comforting territory: getting mad at Uber and the free market.
The media’s tsunami of inaccuracy is generally tolerated, embraced and even celebrated so long as it serves the right political and cultural goals.
Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s in trouble for making claims about a gang rape without corroborating. Some earlier stories have hard-to-verify claims as well.
Rolling Stone magazine has retracted its explosive story on a gang rape at a University of Virginia frat house as inconsistencies mount.
Elizabeth Lauten criticized the Obama family. For that she lost her job. Now the media have sent investigators to dig into her high school and college days.
Asking questions is not a tool of the patriarchy. It’s just journalism 101. Feel free to ask questions about the UVA rape story, not reflexively defend it.
New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait is known for cherry picking thoughtful arguments when he struggles to respond to them. But now he’s getting worse.
Reporters celebrated a congressional Benghazi report that supposedly debunked criticism of the Obama administration. It didn’t. Not by a long shot.
Saturday Night Live poked mild fun at President Obama. The Washington Post responded ridiculously. It ran a “fact check” of the skit.
Chris Plante, who led the mob in Shirtgate, praised a movie trailer with a joke about how sometimes when a girl says “no” to sex she really means “yes.”
The attacks on scientist Matt Taylor are crazy. Enough already. Enough. Enough. Enough. We have to deal with our problem of feminist bullies.
Solange Knowles married video director Alan Gerard Ferguson on Sunday in New Orleans. The pictures of the beautiful bridal party could break the internet.
Kim Kardashian bares her derrière on the cover of a magazine, leading to a discussion of Grace Jones, desexualization and “shelf butt contraptions.”
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