Doing great journalism requires an infrastructure, including a lot of talented people who don’t get bylines. Barry Sussman—the Watergate journalist named neither “Woodward” nor “Bernstein”—was one.
Yet another reason to curse the Electoral College
In a fractured media environment, it’s rare when Americans of all persuasions are watching the same thing.
An editing battle over Kamala Harris’s race is a sign of what’s to come.
In a trove of documents published online, Roy Den Hollander directed misogynistic and racist insults at U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, and expressed support for the president.
The New York Times tapped a polymath poet to celebrate the 1969 moon landing on its front page.
An Amazon-owned firm is hiring editors to push local crime news to its users.