At a swanky American resort in the summer of 2008, an elite policy discussion was underway, and the message could not have been more stark....

Mark Twitchell, a low-budget filmmaker in Edmonton, Alberta, was obsessed with Star Wars. He spent countless hours scouring the Internet, buying and selling Star Wars...

In his 2006 commencement address at Tufts University, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr., the publisher of The New York Times, praised his newspaper...

In the inaugural issue of this magazine, which was published in November 1945, its founder and editor, Elliot E. Cohen, offered a masterful summary...

Over the course of two seasons and twenty-six episodes, Mad Men has received the most rapturous set of notices of any television series since...

Unshackling Speech A Manifesto for Media Freedom by Brian C. Anderson and Adam D. Thierer Encounter. 200 pp. $21.95 The First Amendment says: “Congress shall make no law...

Does a right-wing cabal play havoc with the media? Prominent liberals have been insisting for years that it does. In 1998, then-First Lady Hillary...

The Newseum, a dazzling edifice of glass, marble, and steel that recently opened in Washington after seven years of planning and construction at...

By the time you read this, hundreds of TV reviewers around the English-speaking world will have written that The Sopranos did—or did not—go out on...

To the Editor: Gabriel Schoenfeld’s argument that Congress should not create a legal privilege under which journalists could shield their sources seriously misconceives the issue [“Why...

To the Editor: Joshua Muravchik’s examination of Borat ignores what should be an important element of any discussion of the film: the reality of life and...

To hear some tell it, the fundamental freedom of the press promised by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is in peril today as...