She's smart, sassy, and now she's sanctified. Who am I talking about? Why, it's Episcopal Priest Barbie! That's right, fun and flirty Barbie trade...
We're living in a transition stage -- a very exciting time in which the "me" in "media" continually and more effectively flexes its muscles. The media's resurrection depends on its understanding of that reality. Not on the shiny, new iPad.
On March 16, 1970, Newsweek published a cover story on the women's movement called "Women in Revolt." That same morning, 46 female Newsweek staffers announced that we, too, were in revolt.
The cacophony over what to do about public school education and when to do it and how to do it... is deafening. The disconnects have run absolutely wild.
It was seven years ago that I found myself running the wrong way up Sixth Avenue with my high school sweetheart. Through the rain we ran, with peace on our lips. New York's Finest were running after us, as they had a way of doing with pesky antiwar protesters.
Five veterans are making short documentaries that will let people see what the veteran experience is really like. We aren't making Hollywood action movies.
Would the Bush administration have been able to win support from Congress and the American people to invade Iraq in order to liberate the Shiites and the Sunnis there while considering the costs of such a "victory?"
The e-book era is going to be one of incredible innovation and unlimited opportunity. I refuse to believe the skeptics and pessimists. Books are about to get better.
I just returned from my sixth trip to Iraq where I expected to film a preview of Sunday's elections for an episode of my show Fault Lines on Al Jazeera English, but instead I found a civil war in the making.
Anyone who has followed The Conservative Political Action Conference over the years isn't surprised by the antics on display at its 2010 incarnation -- the crazy continues.
Are Sarah Palin's condemnations of Rahm Emanuel the deservedly stern comments of an offended mother or the hypocritical nonsense of a political opportunist?
Welcome to the photoshop hall of shame courtesy of Newsweek entitled, "Unattainable Beauty" (Click Here). It's likely that you heard about the Ralph L...
Has it occurred to you that social networking is really not very social at all? We Twitter, and cultivate relationships with hundreds of "friends" we have never met on Facebook.
Thanks to a 23-year-old black man who deceptively looks like an innocent boy, African-Americans, Arabs and the Muslim Diaspora all have something in common. They are more easily viewed as terrorists, and there's no escaping it.
Two black sedans with TSA special agents came to the Connecticut home of blogger Steven Frischling and walked out with his laptop computer, looking for the anonymous source who leaked a directive.