Killing the Messenger Organized crime figures are killing journalists in Russia and elsewhere in the former Soviet empire, making investigative reporting a dangerous occupation.
> read more By Sherry Ricchiardi
Up in Smoke ABC's "Day One" story on tobacco was flawed. But its apology to Philip Morris has overshadowed the fact that its central theme was on target and fuels the drive to regulate tobacco products as drugs.
> read more By Alicia C. Shepard
News You Can Choose Television networks are staking out their turf in cyberspace. It's a brave new world where viewers, not producers, decide what goes into the customized "newscasts."
> read more By Marc Gunther
License Revoked When Congress cut off access to motor vehicle records, it underscored the media's lack of lobbying clout when it comes to journalism issues. Now there are fears that other valuable data will be declared off limits.
> read more By Christopher Callahan
The Post and Diversity Racial tensions will persist in America's newsrooms until diversity is seen as a business strategy rather than social engineering.
> read more By Walterene Swanston