by Lauren C. Williams & Jack Jenkins Jun 8, 2016
"Frankly, Twitter has become a bit of a cesspool right now."
by Judd Legum May 17, 2016
Trump’s was able to find his most fervent defenders on Fox News.
by Jessica Goldstein Nov 10, 2015
"Whatever progress toward diversity we are making, the percentage of minorities playing lead roles is still painfully low."
by Zack Ford Aug 24, 2015
The New York Times gave a pedestal to a medical expert who cites all the wrong research when talking about transgender kids.
by Joe Romm May 20, 2015
The New York Times put a 1,700-word piece on its front page Tuesday accusing EPA of violating federal laws on grassroots campaigning -- despite knowing the accusation is not true, a fact buried deep in the article.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 30, 2015
A celebrity dispute points to the complex interplay between healthy relationships, pregnancy decisions, and power dynamics.
by Jessica Goldstein Apr 7, 2015
The problem for Carrie, and female characters on television more broadly, isn’t just misrepresentation. It’s under-representation.
by Jessica Goldstein Oct 8, 2014
Cheryl Strayed makes her New York Times Bookends debut, talks Lena Dunham, Roxanne Gay, and what we do when we qualify "writer" with "female."
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 6, 2014
“We're still teaching a thing or two to the ‘elite space club', who judging by this [cartoon], appear to be a bunch of stodgy, xenophobic fogeys.”
by Joe Romm Jul 17, 2014
So the New York Times decided that the long wrong climatologist John Christy merited an entire “puff piece” profile. He doesn’t.