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Lawmakers said the broadcaster faced a crisis as scores of employees have filed complaints and a former editor said it operated a “caste” system.
More than 45 million viewers watched the president’s 80-minute address. Fox News won the night, bringing in an audience of 11.5 million.
Gibson & Luce, an underground cocktail bar, pays tribute to Life magazine and its editors.
From Russian propaganda to tech addiction, the incentives and excesses of the digital ad business are the cause of much of what ails online discourse.
After the ‘most tweeted’ State of the Union speech ever, Megyn Kelly and Chris Christie try out new roles, and Van Jones comes out swinging.
The two actors will join Robin Wright for the political thriller’s final season, after Kevin Spacey was fired over allegations of sexual misconduct.
The turmoil at The Los Angeles Times is the latest setback for Los Angeles, a region that has long suffered from a lack of civic institutions.
The social network said it wanted to prevent misleading or deceptive promotional practices.
After placing Mike Germano on leave weeks ago, Vice said he would not return. Two women at the company had accused him of inappropriate behavior.
The opposition leader Raila Odinga lost elections last year, but his supporters convened in the capital for an alternate “inauguration.”
The financial information and news company said it was discussing a potential partnership with the private equity giant in its financial and risk business.
The company brings in two veteran editors, Jim Kirk and Jim Rich, to quiet newsroom complaints that have threatened to seep across the company.
White House correspondents have plenty of material — and plenty of angst — as they cover what Stephen K. Bannon calls “the first McLuhanesque presidency.”
His exposés for The Associated Press on the Iran-contra scandal earned him a Polk Award. He also worked for “Frontline” and started a journalism website.
Despite performances by Kendrick Lamar, U2 and Rihanna, declines affecting other live televised events caught up to a broadcast that had defied the trend.
These guys paint walls for a living.
The band’s seventh studio record debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. Camila Cabello’s “Camila” slid to fourth place.
A list of the winners from the 60th annual Grammy Awards.
Jim Kirk, the former publisher of The Chicago Sun-Times, will take over as editor in chief. He will replace Lewis D’Vorkin, whose tenure roiled the newsroom.
Rob Norman, a leading industry voice who recently retired, talked with The Times’s advertising reporter about Facebook, Google and the possibility of an emboldened Hulu.