The Reporter and the Hit Man Len Jenoff told Nancy Phillips that he had arranged the murder of a rabbi's wife--at the rabbi's request. But the confession was off the record. What should she do?
> read more By Alicia C. Shepard
The Real Computer Virus The Internet is an invaluable information-gathering tool for journalists. It also has an unmatched capacity for distributing misinformation, which all too often winds up in the mainstream media.
> read more By Carl M. Cannon
Going Deep Can a magazine featuring serious, long-form writing not only survive but make money in an era of celebrity and sound bite? The owner of The Atlantic is betting heavily that it can.
> read more By Mark Lisheron
Apartheid's Aftermath More than a decade after Nelson Mandela emerged from prison, South Africa's news media are embroiled in a bitter dispute about race. Do black people continue to receive second-class treatment from the nation's newspapers?
> read more By Keith Woods
Whither the Guild? The Seattle setback is the latest reflection of the declining clout of the Newspaper Guild. Can new initiatives strengthen its hand?
> read more By Kathryn S. Wenner
On Message George W. Bush has been a schmoozer par excellence with the reporters who have covered him regularly. He's also a disciplined politician determined to control the media agenda.
> read more By Wayne Slater