By Ben Armbruster on December 12, 2013
Did a new poll really find that Americans want more sanctions on Iran now, even if it jeopardizes the ongoing nuclear negotiations? Not so fast.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on November 26, 2013
No, women who weigh 176 pounds are not all "overweight."
By Joanna M. Foster on November 25, 2013
Coverage of climate has declined by one third since The New York Times closed its environment desk and pulled the plug on the Green Blog earlier this year.
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By Travis Waldron on November 20, 2013
A high school newspaper will stop using "Redskins" in coverage of the school's team. The students' right to do so raises important issues about free speech and high school journalism.
By Travis Waldron on November 15, 2013
The sports media is more progressive. But is the left taking over the sports world?
By Joe Romm on October 29, 2013
The BBC responds: "It may be the case that some arguments heard in the public sphere are misinformed, but that does not mean that they should not be put to politicians."
By Zack Ford on October 16, 2013
A story about a transgender student harassing girls in a locker room turned out to be a story about the girls' parents harassing the transgender student, but conservative media was not interested in the truth.
By Zack Beauchamp and Aviva Shen on October 1, 2013
Foreign press reacted to Congress's failure to avert the shutdown with a mix of concern, confusion, and contempt.
By Rebecca Leber and Andrew Breiner on September 30, 2013
We've known global warming is real for a long time.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 25, 2013
Conservatives are upset that the two Texas lawmakers are being portrayed so differently in the media. But that's because they're taking drastically different approaches.