NEW YORK -- David Talbot has seen Salon go through several iterations since founding the site in 1995. He was Salon’s editor-in-chief for a decade a...
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You've probably heard the news: I'm stepping down from editorial management at Salon. But I'm certainly not leaving -- too many headlines used that shorthand to say I'm giving up my editing job.
For some inexplicable reason, Mahmoud's latest charm offensive seems to be captivating some in the media who are caught up in his, umm, let's say, "witchcraft."
If Treme outwardly sent a strong message about New Orleans after Katrina, the Real World tries more implicitly to convey the "wet blanket over the Mardi Gras frivolity."
Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS - News), the world's largest bookseller, today announced that its website, BN.COM, will expand its reach via a content...
In 2006, the Chicago Transit Authority added a new rail line to its color-coded system and held an essay contest for schoolchildren to determine which...
There's a longstanding precedent in place for TV shows that carry the term "Family" in their headers. Television writers have long played up the hostile, bitter and even violent side to families as a way to offset expectations.
We must recognize that we are a nation deep in conflict, and instead of trying to win with politics, we must work towards building peace. We need to change the conversation about abortion.
Camille Paglia, the lone Salon.com columnist who can count on her ramblings getting regular links from The Drudge Report, appeared on NPR's "On Point"...
It's a shame that so many pro-choice people want to shut down any conversation about abortion's morality, or ethics, because when they do, they shut down women.
The Women's Media Center was packed with women active in old and new media, advocacy, and culture.
Writing my doctoral dissertation on "The Future of Feminism: Where Do We Go From Here?" in 1995, I never imagined the answer to that question would be found in the streets of Tehran.
But for me, the big shocker was discovering body frosting at my corner Rite-Aid drug store. Who knew mainstream America was so sensual?
Today we know there's no such person as Martin Eisenstadt. He was nothing but a hoax. The truth was established way back in June, thanks to good sleuthing by a blogger.
Reducing Asian women into a sexual object is not funny, it is not flattering. It is perilous. We can see this when Asian women are subject to race-targeted sexual violence.
By selling her virginity, Natalie Dylan is proving an already obvious point: virginity is still considered something of value, money aside.
Obama's Ghost Writer Guild helps his supporters put their own thoughts into words, while McCain's ghost writers help McCain supporters lie to the media.
Once we stop viewing the Democratic contest through the identity-politics lens, former Clinton-supporters favoring McCain over Obama isn't all that surprising.
As a stand-up comedian, I have a good sense of humor. But I'm damn certain that Damon Wayans' site's Abortion Man video is sick and sad.
With the official 'Sex and the City' movie coming out this May and two shows vying to claim it's place on television, 2008 seems like the fabled year ...
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