On the day Glenn Greenwald, once a darling of the U.S. media but increasingly an outcast, ripped into a predominately blue media’s coverage of the red half of America, Alaska’s largest newspaper […]
When a public official refuses to take a reporter’s questions, what is a journalist to do? Go to court to demand a judge order the official to do so? Well, that’s exactly […]
The assault on genetically modified salmon coming from Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and others appear to be making life difficult for the company trying to bring the fast-growing fish to market. Whether […]
What a spooky week for news about news. First comes the Friday announcement that Facebook will launch a new headline-news site to push “deeply-reported and well-sourced” journalism from credible news organizations.
Do you want to know what journalists think? Or would you prefer they keep their views hidden and let you guess at their opinions?
Warm waters in the North Pacific Ocean have some atmospheric scientists speculating The Blob is getting the band back together, and that possibility is sparking all kinds of speculation about West Coast […]
One thing nearly all politicians share in common is this: They’re all about transparency until it’s time to be transparent. Here was Alaska Gov. Bill Walker four years ago in his […]
News analysis The new Alaska jobs forecast from the state Department of Labor is out, and it clearly points to steady growth in government spending despite a forecast for fewer state jobs. […]
NEWPORT, Ore. – All across America these days, the day-to-day decay of the mainstream media is on display. The big problem is not the oft-cited bias, though there is plenty of that […]
Commentary If journalists are truly concerned about “fake news” or “false news,” there is a simple solution. Call out the people doing shoddy journalism and explain why readers should be concerned as […]