What’s The Deal With World Cup Fever?
June 26 2014 12:17 PM EDT
Americans are watching the World Cup in record numbers. Here’s why.
Merger Critic Blasts AT&T’s ‘Spotty’ Record At Antitrust Hearing
June 24 2014 5:48 PM EDT
CEOs for AT&T and DirecTV made their case to antitrust policymakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
USA-Portugal Match A Record For ESPN
June 24 2014 11:18 AM EDT
Sunday’s 2-2 game may be the most-watched soccer match ever on American television.
Honda Tells Narcolepsy Sufferers They ‘Shouldn’t Be Driving’
June 23 2014 11:51 AM EDT
Commercial featuring a narcolepsy joke has been set to “private” on YouTube following complaints by people with the condition.
The New LinkedIn Feature That’s Driving Users Nuts
June 20 2014 5:35 PM EDT
The social network is expanding its long-form publishing tool, but not everyone wants to know when their connections use it.
New York Times Killed 'The Gun Report' Rather Than Give Me A Raise, Says Writer
June 20 2014 5:16 PM EDT
The New York Times canceled Joe Nocera's popular "The Gun Report" blog last week, days after his assistant filed a salary grievance.
TV Mines Its Own Past -- Again
June 20 2014 1:24 PM EDT
Lifetime’s upcoming TV movie will chronicle the backstage drama of a 1990s favorite.
TMZ Writes Big Checks For Big Scoops
June 19 2014 5:35 PM EDT
The trashy gossip site is known for breaking scandals, but part of its secret sauce is checkbook clickbait.
Indie Music Artists Brace For YouTube Banishment
June 19 2014 12:40 PM EDT
The Google-owned video giant denies doomsday reports of mass video deletions, but blocking of some content is still likely.
Viral Ad Campaign Gave Voice To Anti-Redskins Fight
June 18 2014 4:25 PM EDT
The “Change the Mascot” campaign didn't directly call for the cancellation of the Redskins trademark, but advocated against the use of the slur.
When Altering Photos Is A Federal Violation
June 16 2014 4:40 PM EDT
U.S. House bill would seek to create regulatory framework for Photoshopped images in advertising.
Cancer Scare At New York Times
June 16 2014 10:19 AM EDT
Dean Baquet, who recently replaced Jill Abramson as the executive editor of the New York Times, is currently recovering from a malignant tumor that was removed from his kidney over the weekend, the Times reported on Monday.
Facebook Nurses Wounds In War On Nipples
June 13 2014 6:22 PM EDT
Revising a controversial policy, the social network now allows images of breastfeeding mothers, even if breasts are exposed.
Storm Over Facebook Filtering Gains Strength
June 13 2014 1:09 PM EDT
The National Hurricane Center joins a chorus of critics who say Facebook’s is becoming useless for real-time news.
Smile, Farmers: The Skies Are Watching
June 12 2014 5:48 PM EDT
An environmental journalist wants to use aerial drones to sniff out illegal activity on factory farms.
Former NYT Editor Jill Abramson To Teach At Harvard This Fall
June 12 2014 1:33 PM EDT
Jill Abramson, the ousted former executive editor of the New York Times, will begin teaching at Harvard University this fall.
Tracy Morgan Fans Vow To Boycott TMZ Over Crash Video
June 12 2014 11:17 AM EDT
Following pleas from Louis C.K. and Judd Apatow, Twitter users vow to go after site’s advertisers.
Newspaper Guild Fears For Future Of Philly Inquirer
June 11 2014 4:10 PM EDT
Following the death of Lewis Katz, philanthropist H.F. Lenfest is poised to become sole owner.
Meteorologists To Facebook: Stop Raining On Our Parade
June 11 2014 2:28 PM EDT
As Facebook throttles the reach of non-advertising sites on its social network, weather forecasters say users are missing critical storm updates.
WaPo Opinion Editor Defends Rape ‘Survivor Privilege’ Column
June 10 2014 2:07 PM EDT
Critics say George Will's column trivializes the problem of sexual assault on college campuses by saying victims unfairly gain "coveted status."