‘Whatever they put on the cover of TIME magazine, as long as my name’s with it, I could care less’
After their initial dust up in 2010, Rand Paul and Rachel Maddow are trading blows once again, this time over the Senator’s alleged plagiarism
The Syrian Electronic Army, a hacker group supporting the Assad regime, claimed credit Monday for compromising the Obama campaign’s link shortening service, redirecting links from the president’s campaign Twitter and Facebook …
The federal government shut down at midnight on Tuesday, for the first time in 17 years. Check out how newspapers around the country covered the shutdown on the front page.
The Eagle and the Bear seem unable to agree on much these days. After a shining few years in which the United States and Russia seemed to be on a long-term path toward harmonious relations (with, yes, detours here and there), …
U.S. President Barack Obama told George Stephanopoulos on on ABC’s This Week on Sunday that while he believes “the banking system works,” America isn’t “near where we need to be” in terms of an economic recovery.
The media has largely accepted Bradley Manning’s request that she be identified as a woman named Chelsea
Why the family in charge of The New York Times doesn’t have to sell
The calls from right and left for CNN and NBC to drop Hillary projects amount to: don’t make any potentially interesting shows about an active political figure. (And if you do, skew them our way!)
With a fiscal showdown on the horizon, the President and his allies are hoping to steer the debate away from more cuts by talking up their accomplishments.
The announcement that the Amazon billionaire would buy the newspaper is reason to cheer, since it may mean that better days are ahead for the legendary U.S. daily.
Iconic paper’s sale to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos cements the end of our monopoly-media era.
TIME’s Michael Grunwald remembers life at his two former homes, The Washington Post and The Boston Globe, both sold this week. Their challenge: How do you get people to pay for stuff they can read for free?