Joe Biden "hated" this vicious ad attacking Pete Buttigieg. But he still approved it.
President Joe Biden regretted releasing a vicious attack ad criticizing Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg's experience when they were both running for president.
Opinion: In retrospect, The PBJ's Matthew Kish was the right guy for the job - Portland Business Journal
After interviewing Matthew Kish for a reporting position 15 years ago, our former editor Rob Smith, impressed by Kish's, well, everything, called one of the applicant's references to reaffirm that the guy indeed had skills.
A Woman and a Philosopher: An Interview with Amia Srinivasan - The Paris Review
When Amia Srinivasan published her essay "Does Anyone Have the Right to Sex?"
A Desperate Trump Is Suing His Niece & New York Times for Reporting on His Taxes
Former President Donald Trump has filed a $100 million lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump and The New York Times , alleging that she and journalists from the paper "engaged in an insidious plot to obtain confidential and highly-sensitive records" regarding his personal taxes.
News Media Can't Shake 'Missing White Woman Syndrome,' Critics Say
Major outlets have highlighted the case of Gabrielle Petito while often ignoring stories about women of color who go missing.
Trump Sues His Niece Mary And 'The New York Times' Over Tax Return Stories
Former President Donald Trump has sued his niece Mary Trump and The New York Times over an award-winning 2018 investigation into how much he paid in taxes.
Top adviser to Ukraine president survives assassination bid
MOSCOW - A top Ukrainian presidential aide, Serhiy Shefir, narrowly survived assassination when one or more attackers opened fire on his car with a barrage of at least 18 bullets Wednesday.
Publishers hope fact-checking can become a revenue stream. Right now, it's mostly Big Tech who is buying.
Which came first: public scrutiny of misinformation on social media sites or companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google investing in fact-checking? The answer may not surprise you.
Rayner says minimum wage workers need 50 days' pay to stay at Raab's Crete hotel
Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner launched an offensive on the newly installed justice secretary, appearing to accuse Dominic Raab of not knowing enough about how much minimum wage workers earn.
Two more arrested over Lyra McKee shooting
Police investigating the murder of journalist Lyra McKee during rioting in Northern Ireland two years ago have arrested two more men.