A hard-hitting profile of Business Insider’s Henry Blodget, the AP bans the use of “illegal immigrant” and a sexist obituary of a female rocket scientist
Howard Kurtz on the morning show's misleading promotion of an interview with a filmmaker who spoke with Jerry Sandusky
Dana Bash fact checks Michele Bachmann and the Pope calls to cancel his newspaper subscription… in Argentina.
A Reuters employee is fired for aiding Anonymous, Us Weekly’s inaccurate reporting on The View and some selective editing on the National Review’s website
Juan Williams’s plagiarism problem, Time Warner’s magazine spin-off, and news networks fall for another fake news story.
A controversial magazine cover, the Washinton Post gets rid of its ombudsman, a unique New York Times obituary and the adorable animal video that fooled the world.
The reporter who broke the pope's resignation, Jonah Lehrer's big pay day, The Washington Post posts a fake story and Sports Illustrated gets scooped by a blogger.
Chris Cuomo lands at CNN, Chinese hackers hit the New York Times, a Mediaite article on the difference between “Bush’s media” and “Obama’s media,” and Linda Carson proves she can handle anything after a goat attack.
A “Washingtonian” reporter lets an Inauguration Day scoop get away, the New York post has some fun with Hillary Clinton after her Benghazi hearings and Robin Roberts visits the “Good Morning America” set as she continues her recovery from a bone marrow transplant.
The Journal-News faces backlash for publishing addresses of gun permit owners, The New York Times fails in an attempt to gain access to drone strike information, Hannah Storm’s return to TV after a terrible accident and the huge news about Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy.