by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 28, 2016
Fewer metro reporters for the Spanish-language publication has meant that there's less space dedicated to original, local reporting that may be crucial for immigrants and other minorities.
by Josh Israel Dec 23, 2015 Updated: Dec 23, 2015
The first days have not gone well for the Review-Journal's new ownership.
by Josh Israel Dec 17, 2015
It's official: billionaire casino mogul and GOP mega donor Sheldon Adelson is the new owner of the Las Vegas Journal-Review.
by Judd Legum Dec 4, 2015
The bizarre turn of events raises multiple legal and ethical questions.
by Judd Legum Oct 19, 2015
For Trump, the end is always beginning.
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 28, 2015
Exposure to violent images and traumatic experiences can take a toll on reporters' minds.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 21, 2015
"Some are petty thieves and people with relatively minor convictions. But there are also serious offenders using this as a smokescreen for their horrible deeds."
by Joe Romm Aug 3, 2015
The “winners” are not environmentalists. The most important benefits do not involve either President Obama or his “legacy” — seriously, New York Times?
by Kiley Kroh Jun 12, 2015 Updated: Jun 12, 2015
Women's sports have never been more popular -- everywhere except on television, that is.
by Ari Phillips Apr 18, 2015
Starting this Monday, 4/20, Neil deGrasse Tyson will be appearing weekly in what may be the first late-night science talk show.