The first half of Comedy Week has been a letdown for people who like big laughs, but for those who enjoy being weirded out or spending hours of their work day not working, it's promising.
It's insane that people are willing to pay big money to see a man smoke crack when there are so many important causes that could use donations.
Al Jazeera has deleted a controversial article published on Tuesday last week by Colombia professor Joseph Massad titled "The last of the Semites," offering no explanation for the move.
A new study says prints ads encourage men to express their masculinity through excessive body building, partying, and violence towards women.
George Will uses his Washington Post column to rail against big government, but a look into the Post's finances reveals that Will benefits from government largesse just as much as anyone else.
Oh no they didn't.
The AP phone scandal places the journalists at the forefront of the debates raised by their own reporting and the tedious balance between national security and privacy rights.
What do Bill O'Relly and Wolf Blitzer have in common? They've both dissented from the majority opinion in the press and supported the Justice Department's irresponsible seizure of AP records.