From Ferguson to Charlottesville, the media have been falling down on the job.
Tom Cotton and his fellow Republican hawks know their letter to Iran is wrong. They just don’t care.
If Clinton’s use of a private email account is so shocking to the Beltway media, why did they barely notice (and care even less) when millions of emails disappeared from the Bush White House?
The Washington press clique is reliving the ’90s — and they couldn’t be happier about it.
Forget Obamacare — the Supreme Court could be about to kill whatever credibility it has left.
Despite what cable news would have you believe, ISIS is far from an existential threat to the U.S.
Gene Lyons takes on ‘Fifty Shades of Gray,’ the Brian Williams mess, and more.
Progressives should think twice about encouraging groupthink.
“Ballghazi” is much ado about nothing — and it’s working to perfection.
You probably shouldn’t take dating advice from the New York Times.
Terrorists tried to brutally divide France last week — but instead, they did the opposite.
No gun death is horrific enough to make the “gun rights” crowd reexamine its obsession.
The “lame duck” in the White House is getting an awful lot done — and making Republicans look foolish.
Gene Lyons explains how sloppy investigations damage progressive causes.
The magazine’s errors should shock every journalist in America.
The facts have long since been forgotten in Ferguson.
Unsurprisingly, the facts of the Michael Brown case have been quickly forgotten.
Which pet is right for you? It’s complicated.
Here’s what to expect from the Republican majorities in Congress.
The latest ridiculous attack against the Clintons speaks volumes about the problem with the media.
The latest attempted journalistic takedown of Hillary Clinton is rife with substantive errors.
The media’s obsession with the 2016 campaign — and its “Clinton rules — are back with a vengeance.
The world is scary enough without all of the disinformation.
The latest revival of Whitewater omits the most critical facts about the pseudo-scandal.
As usual, Fox News is leading the charge in the wrong direction.