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Poor reception

The right loves to rant against the "liberal-media elite," but there's one key media sector where the conservative id reigns supreme: talk radio.
Talk radio helped energize Scott Brown's Senate campaign. Will it doom the Democrats in 2010?
By ADAM REILLY  |  February 05, 2010

Tell us more about what happened to Phoebe Prince


The lead story of the moment on FoxNews.com--"BULLIED EVEN IN DEATH?"--deals with nasty comments made the Facebook memorial set up for Phoebe Prince, the South...
By Adam Reilly  |  January 26, 2010

Deconstructing Howie Kurtz's deconstruction of Scott Brown


Yesterday on CNN's "Reliable Sources," Howie Kurtz and his panelists sized up the media's inattentiveness--until very late in the game--to the possibility of a Scott...
By Adam Reilly  |  January 25, 2010
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Difference of opinion

It’s been three months since Peter Canellos replaced Renée Loth as editor of the Boston Globe ’s editorial page.
Peter Canellos reinvents Globe ’s editorial page. Plus, Tom Menino’s campaign gets late-breaking help from the Banner and Herald .
By ADAM REILLY  |  November 06, 2009

Barnicle to Eagan: Globe was better before


I.e., back in the good old days, when it was a "writer's paper." And writers were given...latitude t...
By Adam Reilly  |  June 09, 2009
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All in the family

The December 1 New Yorker featured a five-page story by Henry Louis Gates Jr. on his efforts to use DNA testing to clarify his ancestry.
Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s New Yorker advertorial. Plus, Chuck turner goes all Chuck Norris.
By ADAM REILLY  |  December 03, 2008


Is the pro-Hillary backlash antifeminist?


 In today’s Boston Herald, columnist Margery Eagan touches on an interesting point:This mess just won’t end.And if it doesn’t end soon--like today--the Democrats will lose...
By Adam Reilly  |  August 27, 2008
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Let it bleed

The horrific New York murder of 24-year-old Imette St. Guillen pitted the city’s two major dailies against each other in ways that reflect the strengths and weaknesses, as well as the editorial philosophies, of the two rivals.
When a pretty Boston woman is murdered in New York, the Boston dailies go to war
By MARK JURKOWITZ  |  March 22, 2006