It’s Been a Year Since NPR Ended Its Comments Section

And it's staying that way.

Fort Wayne’s News-Sentinel Is Ending Its Print Edition and Moving to Digital

The paper is more than 180 years old.

Cooper Hefner Calls Trump Playboy Cover a ‘Personal Embarrassment’

"We don't respect the guy."

The Village Voice and the Past and Future of Alt-Weeklies

The Voice's decision to get rid of print edition leads to a reckoning.

New Los Angeles Times CEO Ross Levinsohn Will be Making $1 Million a Year–At least

He'll also be eligible for some hefty bonuses.

This Wired Piece on ‘The New FOMO’ Is All of Us

Caught in an endless news trap? There's help.

Time Had More People Visit Its Site on Eclipse Day Than the Day After the Election

It's a record.

Al-Monitor Relaunches

The Middle East-focused publication adds a culture section and is increasing its Washington coverage .

In a Thread About Trump and Special Interests, the Center for Public Integrity Highlights Its Reporting

Taking a walk down special interest memory lane.

NPR Makes Staffing Changes as it Prepares for Its Collaborative Journalism Initiative

Edith Chapin will be now be responsible for its development.