"I do think the union drive was part of a constellation of things that [Slate Editor in Chief] Julia [Turner] didn’t like about me, but I don’t think I was targeted, no."
Leaders of union drive among those laid off at Slate
On free press, Supreme Court pick at odds with Trump
"Judge Gorsuch’s decisions in libel and related cases show no inclination to cut back on protections for the press."
How will Breitbart fit into the Trump White House?
"Bannon’s new White House prominence, including his recent appointment to the National Security Council’s principals committee, makes him one of the country’s most powerful men. But it also uniquely positions his former website as a potential force in the Trump era, a media juggernaut emphatically stamped with Bannon’s imprimatur."
The death of the click
"...According to industry experts, the click referral is becoming an idea of the past, soon to be replaced by content exposure."
Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter on the Trump administration
"In our leader we have an ignorant strongman about to light a $20 cigar with a match."
A brief history of things called "enemy of the people"
"In its original incarnation, enemy of the people wasn't code for 'enemy of my regime.'"
Techdirt launches legal defense fund
"As we mentioned last month, we are currently being sued for $15 million by Shiva Ayyadurai, represented by Charles Harder, the lawyer who helped bring down Gawker."
A profile of a 19-year-old White House reporter
"UNF News is not a television network or a radio network, for that matter. UNF, or Universal News Forever, is the baby, identity, passion and obsession of Kyle Mazza, 19, who posed the question about Mrs. Trump."
Defense Secretary James Mattis: ‘I don’t have any issues with the press’
"I’ve had some rather contentious times with the press, but no, the press, as far as I’m concerned, are a constituency that we deal with, and I don’t have any issues with the press myself."
Carl Bernstein: Trump's attacks on the press 'more treacherous' than Nixon's
"President Donald Trump's attacks on the press have spurred comparisons to former President Nixon, infamous for his deep disdain of reporters and leaks."
Trump and the press: A murder-suicide pact
"The press will destroy Trump and Trump will destroy the press."
The anatomy of a news cycle in the Trump era
"Tweet, report, outrage, denial, confirmation, qualification. What to make of the bewildering reports from the early days of the Trump administration."
Could reporters be hunted down if Trump goes after leakers?
"Will the Trump administration’s crackdown on leaks include journalists as well as their sources?"
A profile of Infowars as its profile rises in the White House
The White House said it had yet to receive a proper application from Infowars and therefore could not comment on whether it would get one. Mr. Jones said the delay might be related to a bureaucratic snag. 'They say it’s going to get rectified,' he said."