Adam Weinstein
A man holds a sign as community members walk around Vander Veer Park during a march following the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, June 26, 2022, in Davenport, Iowa. Democrats and their aligned groups raised more than $80 million in the week after the Supreme Court stripped away a woman’s constitutional right to have an abortion. The flood of cash offers one of the first tangible signs of how the ruling may energize voters. (Nikos Frazier/Quad City Times via AP)

Adam WeinsteinFebruary 13, 2015

What an awful week for journalism, all around. The worst was undoubtedly the loss Thursday night of New York Times media reporter par excellence David Carr, who died at 58. Beyond his reputation for endless warmth, sincerity, and mentorship for generations of journos, Carr was singularly fearless in reporting, re-reporting, turning every stone over, and […]

Adam WeinsteinFebruary 6, 2015

It’s time, as Hunter Thompson might say, for an agonizing reappraisal of the media scene​. And brother, it’s especially agonizing this week. Read on for the biggest heartbreaks: Brian Williams: Brian, Brian, Brian. What can one say? There’s the fog of war, and there’s making that little fish sound big, and then there’s stolen valor. The […]


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