The ladies room was far and it takes women longer to pee. That’s why Hillary Clinton took a while to come back to the podium during Saturday night’s debate, according to the New York Times. Please paste this important piece of campaign news directly into your scrapbooks.
Happy National Sarah Koenig Appreciation Day!!! Serial is back!
The Washington Post reports that Diane Rehm—the 79-year-old host of WAMU’s The Diane Rehm Show—will be retiring after the 2016 election.
On Sunday, three female sports reporters were initially denied postgame entrance into the Jacksonville Jaguars’ locker room because they were women. The usher checked with several men before allowing reporters Joey Chandler, Graham Watson, and one unidentified woman, who were all in Indianapolis for the Associated…
On Monday, a Turkish court charged two British journalists and their Iraqi translator working for Vice News with “engaging in terror activity” on behalf of ISIS. Their driver, who was once considered a suspect, was let go.
Here are some photos of Kit Harington. Do you know how tall he is?
Associate Dean of Students Nicole Eramo, the UVA official who was depicted most harshly in Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s now-retracted Rolling Stone story on campus rape, has filed a defamation lawsuit against the magazine and Erdely.
It’s been seven months since the first allegations that Jian Ghomeshi is a sexually abusive creep surfaced, and six since he surrendered to police after being charged with four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking. Now, one reporter who investigated him is writing a “tell-all” book, which the second…
Today would be the 151st birthday of Nellie Bly, the pioneering journalist who lived fast, died too young, and was the foremother of a new and groundbreaking type of investigative reporting.
A sixth grader got the chance to interview America’s president, Barack Obama. But when Barack Obama began to ramble redundantly for another several minutes about reading and writing and the importance of perseverance, this sixth grader told him, okay, enough already.
A team from Columbia University’s Journalism School has completed its review into Rolling Stone’s story about an alleged rape at the University of Virginia; their 12,000 word report says that the magazine as well as Sabrina Rubin Erdely, the reporter who wrote the piece, failed to follow “basic, even routine…
Good news: Women now make up over two-thirds of journalism majors. Bad news: Regardless of their degree and passion for the field, women are credited with less than 40 percent of bylines and anchor jobs. Why are all the jobs going to men?
Ah, Iris West: Jitters barista by day, intrepid chronicler of the Flash's superspeed shenanigans by night. But while The Flash has been off the air, we've been thinking that maybe Iris isn't Central City's best Citizen Journalist. In fact, she's actually the worst blogger on the internet, which is quite an achievement.
Over the past couple weeks, the Washington Post has done a thorough job blowing battleship-sized holes in the searing Rolling Stone story about Jackie, the woman who says she was gang-raped at the University of Virginia two years ago and now finds herself at the center of one of the gnarliest journalistic shitstorms…
As of last Thursday, no one at the Times knew about Good Burger. As of today, at least one person at the Times has been forced to learn about Good Burger.
Say goodbye to women in major leadership roles at the Washington Post.
Mark Finkelstein, a NewsBusters editor dedicated to "COMBATING LIBERAL MEDIA BIAS" who "spent ten days in Iraq" once, has a scoop: MSNBC host Chris Hayes was really sexist on the air last night. Which is true, if you don't know who Girl Talk is. Mark Finkelstein does not know who Girl Talk is.
There are many media outlets competing for your attention on today's celebrity gossip scene, but only one with a highly-trafficked website, a hit TV show, a tour bus and a "reserved" computer at the Los Angeles county courthouse: TMZ.