While the Newseum may have closed its doors to the public, journalism and a free press still and should remain essential parts of American democracy.
The argument over the coastal concentration and bias of journalists has been litigated again this week, this time over flat roads and almond milk. Like many of these arguments, it began with a tweet from a Politico reporter who was providing her hot takes on
Facebook and Google have been under fire this week for failing to control the flow of misinformation about the 2016 election through their platforms. In the months leading up to the election, widely shared articles reported fake celebrity endorsements of now-President-elect Donald Trump, including ones claiming to
Since the creation of the Internet, smartphones, and cable television, the nature of journalism has changed drastically. For newspapers, this means people are not relying on them as a sole source of information anymore. Although the Internet is forcing papers out of business and costing