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The Hill Is Debuting a Latino-Focused Vertical With Bernie Sanders as Lead Advertiser

Political site expands coverage

When it comes to political news, The Hill has had an unusually strong election season already, surpassing rival Politico for web traffic and boosting its staff by 25 percent in recent months.…

Bernie Sanders Runs The New York Times' First Takeover Ad for a Political Candidate

Democrat gets premium digital space

Bernie Sanders is running a desktop takeover ad on The New York Times' website through midnight as the Democratic presidential candidate readies to battle Hillary Clinton in a debate in…

Publishers Tell Ad-Blocking Browser to Back Off

But Brave says it 'is the solution, not the enemy'

The nation's most powerful publishers—including The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal—sent a letter Thursday to Brave Software, accusing the company of creating a web…

Deadspin and Jezebel Staff Members Are Writing Each Other's Stories for April Fools' Day

The results are hilarious

It's the first day of April, which means a few things: Baseball season—and by proxy warmer weather—is on the horizon, and brands and other companies will do their best to…

Ad of the Day: Clémence Poésy Is Caught Off Guard in This Sublime Film for Vs. Magazine

Or is she?

In a short film for Vs. Magazine, actress/model Clémence Poésy, clad in G-Star jeans and shirt, sits, stalks and sashays around her London hotel room, practicing these lines from a…

Metropolitan Home Is Headed Back to Newsstands

Hearst revives home décor title

There's exciting news for design aficionados: Metropolitan Home, the much-loved Hachette shelter title that was shuttered in 2009, is headed back to newsstands this month thanks to Hearst, which acquired…

The New York Times Isn't Backing Down From Story That Compares NFL to Tobacco Industry

Rebuffs league's demand for retraction

Even during the offseason the National Football League can't stay out of the public eye. The New York Times has not been shy about taking on the NFL and the dangers…

Advertisers Are Cozying Up to the New Playboy

Millions spent on research to refocus the iconic men's mag

Can Playboy really be, you know, Playboy without featuring photos of nude women? The iconic men's magazine is certainly hoping so, starting with its March issue, in an attempt to avoid…

Hulk Hogan and Gawker Take Their Legal Battle to TV

Wrestler appeared on The View, CEO to follow

Now that they've had their day—two weeks actually—in court, Hulk Hogan and Nick Denton are taking their fight to the court of public opinion. The former professional wrestler pummeled Gawker…

Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million in Lawsuit Against Gawker

CEO Nick Denton: 'We expect to win this case ultimately'

Hulk Hogan may not be affiliated with the WWE anymore, but the pro wrestler pinned down Gawker Media on Friday. Following two weeks of court proceedings, which included testimony about genitalia,…

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