If you think you’re getting your news from the news in Alaska these days, think again. Most of what we call “news” now comes from government bureaucrats, and they seem increasingly […]
Parents of Gainesville, Fla. elementary school students forced to wear face coverings for large parts of the day sent a half-dozen of the masks in to be tested for pathogens earlier […]
News analysis Six months into the worst pandemic to sweep the globe since the Spanish Flu more than a century ago, it should now be clear to everyone that the SARS-CoV-2 virus […]
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is far from over, but already it can claim its place as the worst national disaster to strike the U.S in the lifetimes of nearly everyone reading this. As […]
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.
A certain TMP has filed for divorce from a certain SLP in the Anchorage Superior Court. The initialized filing was unusual enough that some court watchers took note. Not only are the […]
The time has come to talk about online comments, or maybe the time is well past. What seems a long time ago in a world now all different, Debbie McKinney, a reporter […]
Do you want to know what journalists think? Or would you prefer they keep their views hidden and let you guess at their opinions?
Update: This story was revised on March 26, 2019 to reflect the findings of a gross necropsy on the dog that died in the Iditarod. When Richie Beattie’s dog Oshi died […]
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 […]