When well-meaning Alaska lawmaker Geran Tarr decided to join the collective of state legislators around the country considering increases in the minimum-wage, she turned to her official Facebook page to open a […]
Do you want to know what journalists think? Or would you prefer they keep their views hidden and let you guess at their opinions?
Forty-one years ago, a now defunct newspaper – the Anchorage Times – declared the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was created to “commemorate the historic trip made by 25 mushers to deliver […]
An American social eruption that has exploded around an encounter between Nathan Phillips, an elderly Native man, and Nick Sandmann, a white teenager, in the nation’s capital has a […]
The laws of nature increasingly point to the conclusion that journalism as most in this country have known it for decades is doomed. Anyone who stands back and looks at the environment […]
By now many reading this have heard of the kerfuffle involving the German news weekly Der Speigel and award-winning reporter Claas Relotius, who created “fake news” at a world-class […]
On this most joyous holiday of the season in these still United States struggling with partisan differences that color too much, it is time to give thanks. So thanks to all who […]
Almost a week before a 7.0 earthquake shook Alaska’s urban core to the tune of tens of millions of dollars in damage, lit up social media, and caught the attention of the […]
The Canadians have come up with a uniquely Canadian way to save journalism: Let government do it.
In a divided country with views on almost everything colored by political leanings right or left, it’s time to seriously ponder whether U.S. journalists lived a decades-long delusion of objectivity into […]