by Aviva Shen May 19, 2014
Abramson said Anita Hill "was one of the many people who wrote me last week to say they are proud of me."
by Jessica Goldstein May 16, 2014
Jill Abramson's firing from The New York Times feels personal because it is personal. That's what Nora Ephron would say.
by Bryce Covert May 15, 2014
Jill Abramson has been dismissed as the executive editor of the New York Times, and one reason may be her inquiry into unequal pay.
by Ian Millhiser May 14, 2014
If Abramson was fired because she complained about alleged pay disparities between men and women, that violates federal civil rights law.
by Zack Ford Mar 24, 2014
Whether research "proves" bisexuality exists is irrelevant to protecting bi people from the consequences of biphobia.
by Joe Romm Feb 11, 2014
In yet another example of how the New York Times is mis-covering the story of the century, it has published an entire op-ed on the return of the Dust Bowl with no mention whatsoever of climate change.
by Judd Legum & Ben Armbruster Dec 13, 2013
The New York Times says the Center for American Progress rewarded a defense contractor donor by advocating for more defense spending. But is that true?
by Joanna M. Foster Nov 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.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 18, 2013
There are many ways for a Court to cause mischief that do not involve striking down a state or federal law. And this particular Court is unusually good at finding these ways.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 3, 2013
The New York Times takes a small step forward by acknowledging that abortion often plays a role in women's reproductive lives -- and doesn't always have negative effects.