Fixing the Local News Crisis

A multifaceted approach emerges for boosting struggling newsrooms.


Has conservative media failed Ron DeSantis?

A Corrupt Bargain

Should the DOJ drop charges in exchange for Trump dropping out of the race?

Who Needs the MSM?

The 2024 GOP field will likely see little use for mainstream journalists. For some candidates, that might be a mistake.

When the Truth Takes a Back Seat

Perverse incentives are warping the profession of journalism.

What’s So Wrong With Helping?

How a cult of victimhood tries to stamp out good deeds.

Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted

Progressives are so wedded to the idea of being rebels that they don’t realize they are part of the establishment.

When Toxic Fluff Takes Over the News

An excerpt from Broken News: Why the Media Rage Machine Divides America and How to Fight Back.

News Consumers See Balance as Part of Accuracy. The Press? Not So Much.

What a new Pew survey tells about the state of the media.

Lessons From the Viral ‘Crack Pipe’ News Cycle

The Biden administration rushed to deny claims by conservative media outlets, only to anger advocates of harm reduction measures.

News Needs Less Heat, More Humility

We live in an era of informational inflation.

Xi Jinping Strengthens His Grip Over Chinese Media

What it means for the United States and the West.