What qualifies a publication for consideration as a serious contributor to the national Jewish conversation? Tablet magazine is an online publication that appears to aspire...

Over the  past 30 years, Charles and David Koch, owners of a Kansas-based family business called Koch Industries, have given hundreds of millions of dollars...

The Fox News poll in Delaware has parlous news for Republican senatorial nominee Christine O’Donnell — she’s 14 points behind, her opponent is well over...

Peter Beinart is one of those journalists, common in Washington, who is less interesting for what he says than for who he is, or who...

In early May, on the evening of the day his magazine got shot out from under him, the editor of Newsweek, Jon Meacham, appeared on...

For a year, a small number of conservative media outlets have been reporting on the New Black Panther Party scandal – a slam-dunk voter-intimidation case...

Like an idiot, I once enrolled in journalism school, and although I made it about halfway through the time required to get a master’s degree,...

I’ve never laid eyes on Howell Raines, the former executive editor of the New York Times, but when I think of him, I see a...

Last year, Newsweek redesigned itself with an eye toward failure. Literally. The newsmagazine was getting itself out of the newsmagazine business and pursuing a higher-end...

The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century By Alan Brinkley Knopf, 560 pages When Henry R. Luce died in 1967, he left behind a publishing empire...

The tiny corner of the New York Times empire where David Barstow works is called the investigative unit. The name has an impressive...

Ellen Goodman’s final newspaper column—the last of more than 3,000, written twice a week, over a span of 35 years—appeared on January 1, and its...