Tina Brown's New Yorker It's timelier, hipper and more colorful. It continues to provide a home for serious journalism. But has that elusive quality that made The New Yorker so distinctive been lost?
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Reinventing the Newsroom Newspapers are flattening hierarchies, creating reporting teams, circles and pods, dismantling fiefdoms, liberating designers. Will all of this trendy tinkering create better journalism?
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Used and Abused Newt Gingrich astutely manipulated the news media and made himself a megastar. Now he's trying to score points by pummeling them.
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In the Dark Shutting down Americ'as prematurely aging nuclear power plants will cost tens of billions of dollars. But most of the news media are not paying attention.
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