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  • Jay Ambrose: The demise of The New Republic?

    Arthur Schlesinger Jr., in a 1965 book called, "Fifty Years of The New Republic," recounts how Walter Lippmann, on his way to being one of the truly great names in American journalism, wrote an excited letter in 1914 to Van Wyck Brooks, on his own way to greatness as a literary historian.
  • Q&A: Shaun Rein, China expert, on why the nation has traded copying for innovation

    For years, American firms far and wide have bemoaned Chinese copycats. But these days, the water-cooler chatter in Silicon Valley has turned to the meteoric rise of Alibaba, which in September sparked the world's largest IPO. With millions of users and...

    Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails

    Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails
    I was the first Los Angeles Times reporter to interview Sam Zell after he bought the newspaper's parent company, Tribune, in 2007. During our interview at the executive jet terminal at LAX, he was blunt, crude and profane. He started the meeting with an...

    Hour of Code encourages kids to create, not just use, technology

    This week kids in more than 150 countries will try their hand at computer programming as part of the Hour of Code initiative, designed to introduce children as young as 4 to the fun of creating technology, not just using it. Whether your kids'...

    Both sides in the New Republic meltdown are wrong about the magazine

    Considering how devoted everyone involved in the meltdown of The New Republic is to the principles of trenchant journalism and lucid policy analysis, the most remarkable thing about the event is how obtuse they all are about the magazine's past, present...