A 2022 Canadian case involving what looks like a stoned mistake seems to be the closest real-world example of this purported danger.
When you use incorrect stats to bolster your claims, as Reuters did, all kinds of foolish conclusions follow.
Journalism's in-house critics take a bold stance against attempting journalism, because of Trump.
After the student paper pressed university officials for interviews, its faculty adviser got into trouble.
With journalistic standards like these...
The paper worries that "social media companies are receding from their role as watchdogs against political misinformation."
Tucker Carlson's Sycophantic Interview With Trump Illustrates the Advantages of Skipping the Debates
It's no mystery why the former president preferred a forum in which his record and positions would face no serious challenge.
Painkiller reflects an indiscriminate anti-opioid bias that has caused needless suffering.
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Larkin, 74, took his own life on Monday, just a little over a week before he was slated to stand trial for his role in running the web-classifieds platform Backpage.
Journalism is an activity shielded by the First Amendment, not a special class or profession.
Political appointees should have no role in faculty hiring decisions.
"If he goes down, so will journalism," Assange's father John Shipton says in the documentary.
The journalistic crusade against "bothsidesism" is an unsubtle attempt at enforcing political orthodoxy.
Plus: A listener question considers the pros and cons of the libertarian focus on political processes rather than political results.
The paper's editorial board is happy to endorse the centralization of decision making when it supports their liberal policy preferences.
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The Blocked & Reported cohost talks about cancel culture, activism vs. truth, and why he quit Twitter.
He didn't pay much, we fought a lot, and he was one of the best bosses I ever had.
From COVID censorship to sex work and Afghani refugees, Reason's coverage is recognized by the Los Angeles Press Club.
The Brookside Police Department’s shakedown of travelers became a national news story and prompted federal lawsuits.
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The duty to retreat from public confrontations has nothing to do with the cases cited in recent stories about seemingly unjustified shootings.
Plus: Should committed libertarians be opposed to pro-natalist policies?
Online media companies got exactly what they said they wanted.
The HBO movie muddies important distinctions.
Weaponization of the federal government, indeed
Critics argue that excessively strict pleading standards prevent plaintiffs with meritorious defamation claims from obtaining the evidence they need to support them.
In a $788 Million Defamation Settlement, Fox News Admits That It Spread False Claims About Election Fraud
"The truth matters," says Dominion Voting Systems, and "lies have consequences."
Evan Gershkovich was arrested in Russia last month on espionage charges. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in a penal colony.
Pretrial rulings recognized the falsity of the election-fraud claims that the outlet aired and rejected three of its defenses.
Plus: Evan Gershkovich charged with espionage in Russia, the DOJ appeals a Texas judge's abortion ruling, and more...
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Eye-opening insights into the messy motivations behind restrictive COVID-19 responses.
Members of Congress showed their true colors at a Thursday hearing.
Video footage and arrest data indicate that most of the Trump supporters who invaded the building did not commit violent crimes.
Contrary to the Supreme Court's First Amendment precedents, Donald Trump thinks harsh criticism of the president should be actionable.
Ousted Fox News Politics Editor on Dominion Lawsuit Revelations: 'It Feels Really Good To Be Vindicated'
In an interview, Chris Stirewalt contends that Fox is "not…willing to suffer the consequences of being a news organization."
Although Rupert Murdoch admits that Lou Dobbs and other hosts "endorsed" the "stolen election" narrative, Fox's lawyers insist that is not true.
The Fox Business host stood out as a champion of the baroque conspiracy theory that implicated Dominion Voting Systems in election fraud.
Rupert Murdoch Called Trump's Stolen-Election Fantasy 'Really Crazy Stuff.' Fox News Promoted It Anyway.
Hosts and producers privately called Trump lawyer Sidney Powell's claims "complete bs," "insane," and "unbelievably offensive."