“You always have to be prepared," said one reporter, "just in case something goes wrong."
"We have many questions that must be addressed," more than 50 women wrote in one recent HR complaint.
The investigation began after members of the newspaper’s sports department sent a letter to management demanding action.
MSN robots can't make fine discriminations for a startlingly vast audience of readers. What they can do, and why they're asked to do it, is unclear.
Everyone from J.K. Rowling to Noam Chomsky agrees that open debate is good, and they signed an open letter to say so.
A New York Times story celebrating Southeast Asia's fruity bounty (while trading in what many say are reductive stereotypes) has prompted an outpouring of criticism online.
Recent coverage in state-run outlets has taken pains to allude to other, often unsubstantiated possibilities, perhaps in an effort to change the conversation at home.
As journalists wage a civil war, America's leading media ethicist doesn't seem to quite understand what anyone is fighting about.
"In publishing the Tom Cotton piece, haven't we effectively validated depictions of Black Americans as terrorists in exercising their First Amendment rights to protest police brutality?"