On the adultery website AshleyMadison.com.
Tuesday, July 21
Sunday, July 19
On the controversial British newspaper columnist Katie Hopkins.
Tuesday, July 14
The broadcasting behemoth is up for a charter renewal in the United Kingdom, and it’s exposing every crack in the organization.
Sunday, July 12
Loretta Young, Clark Gable and the truth behind one of old Hollywood’s greatest scandals.
Sunday, July 5
Hanging out with a new celebrity class: the teen kings and queens of social media.
Sunday, June 21
Friday, June 19
A New York gossip reporter makes her way in the wilds of European bureaucracy.
Monday, June 8
A trip to the writers’ room of The Onion spinoff, which started as a BuzzFeed parody but has morphed into something else: “the institutional voice of the Internet.”
Tuesday, April 21
The CNN anchor may not be the clueless bumbler the internet believes him to be.Previously: Brodesser-Akner on the Longform Podcast.
Thursday, April 16
Monday, April 13
Joan Didion versus the boys on the bus:
American reporters “like” covering a presidential campaign (it gets them out on the road, it has balloons, it has music, it is viewed as a big story, one that leads to the respect of one’s peers, to the Sunday shows, to lecture fees and often to Washington), which is one reason why there has developed among those who do it so arresting an enthusiasm for overlooking the contradictions inherent in reporting that which occurs only in order to be reported.