The “Muslims rage” exists only in the minds of those who want to label an entire people. Newsweek, shame on you.
Topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge show the unfortunate catch-22 situation of the Royal family's relationship with the media: the media always wins.
Instead of discussing the events of the Arab Fall and subsequent threats to regional security, the liberal mainstream media cares more about protecting Obama from any criticism on foreign policy.
Jon Stewart's monologue from the first Daily Show episode filmed after 9/11 grapples with the role of media at a time of national tragedy. His message rings true today.
Romney is getting skewered by Democrats for his inadequate response to a question about his commitment to American troops serving abroad on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
Romney appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" for the first time in years on Sunday, but the interview left viewers on Twitter feeling angry with host David Gregory for asking soft-ball questions.
The most recent episode of The Cafe is a testament to the high quality programming and political pluralism that has allowed Al Jazeera overcome venomous attacks from critics in the last decade.
Backlash by NOLA residents against the Times-Picayune's decision to cut back on its print editions and focus on its digital counterpart, NOLA.com, underscores issues about the future.