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The Hunt For ‘Every Trump Reporter’s White Whale’: The Elevator Tape
All your favorite media outlets (plus Tom Arnold) are racing to find a damning tape that might not even exist.
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Head Of National Enquirer, Us Weekly Reportedly Accused Of Sexual Misconduct
Former employees say Dylan Howard forced women to watch pornographic material and encouraged them to have sex with sources.
Why I Refuse To Believe The 'White People Are Sex-Crazed' Stereotype Among South Asians
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If I disagreed with this stereotype, I was called naïve.
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The Trump Administration Is Using People Of Color To Justify Its Xenophobic Agenda
Attempts to drive a wedge between impoverished blacks and aspirational immigrants are frighteningly familiar.
Weekend Roundup: U.S. Media Mirrors Trump’s 'America First' Myopia On North Korea
Editor-in-chief, The WorldPost
Scant attention is given to non-American views when it comes to dealing with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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Brown Entertainers Are Having A Moment and It’s F*cking Awesome
Hasan described his and his peers coming into fame as a “brown renaissance” in an interview with HOT97. It’s the coming of
After Portland And London, It’s Time To Change How We Talk Terrorism
blogger, equal opportunity enthusiast
"Hate crime" has become America's safety phrase.
Timid Reporting On Racism Skews Our Political And Economic Debates
Aaron Ross Coleman
Freelance journalist - covering race, economics, and culture.
The truth behind “economic populism” and “identity politics."
Giphy Made Glorious Asian GIFs To Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
The popular graphics site is using GIFs to combat minority stereotypes.
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Wag The Dog -- How Al Qaeda Played Donald Trump And The American Media
Author, 'Deal of the Century: How Iran Blocked the West’s Road...
Responsibility for the chemical event in Khan Sheikhoun is still very much in question.
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Libs Need Some Soul-Searching Before Bashing Trump
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Trump's America: The View from the Arab World
Maryame is a writer and academic researcher from Morocco.
The US has always enjoyed a unique position in the Arab collective imaginary. It is the country where racial tensions run
A Letter To Nicholas Kristof Of The New York Times
The American pride causes it to dominate the rest of the world as if they are specks of dust and this misunderstanding of people and events is due to the lack of real understanding of folks in developing countries.
Dear Media Core: Axing Access to Contraception = More Pregnancies!
Melissa S. Grant
carafem, Vice President
Cutting the funding to Planned Parenthood will do nothing to curb the need for abortion. Education and contraception could curb unintended pregnancy rates, but that's what Planned Parenthood does.
Floor Pizza and the New Mediocrity
Joseph A. Domino
Adjunct Professor, Retired
As the quality of life continues to decline in America, I've been wracking my fevered brain for the single, perfect image to represent our downward spiraling dystopia. Like the "Grand Unification" theory sought by physicists.
Beyond McCutcheon: Deeper Questions Demand Raising
Founder and executive editor, MediaChannel
Everyone's taking about the Supreme Court's perfectly predictable "Citizens United 2" McCutcheon decision. It's what we are
talking about that worries me.
American Media Brands Cast Web Over News in India
The Indian news cycle has been operating at a feverish pitch of late. American media players are attempting to foray into the Indian market for online news, and results have been mixed so far.
The Abundant Riches of American Political Journalism
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Associate professor of political communications, Roskilde Univ...
You don't have to watch Fox News if you don't like it. You don't need to read premature speculation about 2016. And you don't have to care about what respondents have answered in the most recent poll. Because American political journalism today is not impoverished. It is abundantly rich.
'Tis the Season to Be Polling
Washington, D.C.-based writer, editor, and photojournalist
I cannot recall a time of meaner politics. There was never a time when politicians of both parties were not only willing, but almost happy, to tear asunder the very fabric of our Constitution. Are you kidding? Of course we don't trust them.
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