Mother Jones Wins George Polk Award for '47 Percent' Romney Scoop 17 weeks ago
The Mother Jones reporter who shook up last year's presidential campaign with a report on Mitt Romney's remarks that 47 percent of...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
The disgraced journalist was paid to speak at a Knight Foundation seminar
Michael Sragow has previously reviewed for the Baltimore Sun
The Washington Post's William Booth admitted to lifting sentences from an academic journal
BuzzFeed depicted the "media elite" going to shooting ranges -- and the journalists named said they were wrongly depicted
The Atlantic apologized: "We screwed up ... We are sorry"
Jon Stewart's satiric co-hort John Oliver investigates investigative journalism, the nearly extinct brand of reporting that CNN slashed last year
Steven Coll, the author of "Ghost Wars," called the film "shoddy reporting"
Like the education desk before it, the New York Times feels environmental reporting fits into loads of other categories
For the first time since 1996, the Baseball Hall of Fame will not induct any living players
Jonathan Landman told colleagues he has accepted a buyout
Reporters Without Borders said Syria and Somalia were the most dangerous places for journalists in 2012
Cape Cod Times reporter Karen Jeffrey admits fabricating sources and making up false names
Ted Turner, who founded CNN in 1980, said the network needs 'less fluff' on the air
The Wall Street Journal Magazine named Kristina O'Neill editor
Apple didn't send out invitations Wednesday to an iPad mini event -- and no one really seems to care that journalists said the company would
Jack Welch quit Fortune, Reuters after a controversial tweet suggesting the Bureau of Labor Statistics cooked the books on the latest jobs report
Los Angeles Times reporter Geoff Boucher also says he "didn't see eye-to-eye with his editor, John Corrigan
The New Yorker iPhone app is a departure from the Condé Nast norm of saving most magazine content for tablet apps
Tablet Magazine uncovered the falsified quotes in Lehrer's book "Imagine: How Creativity Works."
The financial newspaper has garnered more subscribers to its site than its global print edition
Margaret M. Sullivan, the former editor of the Buffalo News, will be the Gray Lady's first ombudswoman
A judge greenlighted a restructuring plan for the bankrupt parent company of the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, but it can't pull out of bankruptcy until the FCC approves license transfers
Six new startups range from a disaster-relief tracking platform to an aggregator of mobile video streams of breaking news
Representation of women in the op-ed pages of The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal is on the rise
Note to Mike Daisey: journalism must be relentlessly fact-based. Your fabricated reporting distracts from a serious subject
Early media blogger will launch his own site, jimromenesko.com, and continue part-time with the Poynter Institute
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts