Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.
A private fundraising campaign is underway in Norway to erect a statue of a walrus that drew crowds of spectators but was euthanized Sunday after authorities concluded the massive marine mammal posed a risk to humans.
Some Florida schools have moved library books and debated changing textbooks in response to a law critics call “Don’t Say Gay” — and some teachers have worried that family pictures on their desks could get them in trouble.
As the devastating effects of climate change become increasingly felt around the nation and world, Republican lawmakers are taking the opportunity to get more "hands on" to limit companies that want to make a positive impact.
In a Twitter thread discussing how The New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal employ as many journalists as Gannett, which has more than 200 newspapers, LA Times reporter Jeong Park says that news "can’t be good.” He's right.
As someone who works at a small daily regional paper and thoroughly believes in the positive impact of small-town journalism, I will defend our existence to my death. That said, inefficiency among papers owned by the same company is a real problem. I would like to present a solution.
I’m a bit in love with this Twitter account called Fix Media Now because it is savage in its quest to make journalists do their jobs better. For instance, they will frequently “fix” headlines that downplay the GOP’s quest to ruin our democracy.
The doors of jihad opened for Ayman al-Zawahri as a young doctor in a Cairo clinic, when a visitor arrived with a tempting offer: a chance to treat Islamic fighters battling Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
As someone who is interested in media criticism, the days since the FBI raided Donald Trump’s house have been a treasure trove of what went wrong and what would go better next time. But the overarching theme is this: Media failed. Epically.