Journalism Isn't Dying. It's Returning to Its Roots

Journalism Isn't Dying. It's Returning to Its Roots

In one scene, the Times ’ CEO asks Abramson to cook up new revenue ideas, to which she indignantly responds, “If that’s what you expect, you have the wrong executive editor.” Our reborn Founding Father journalist would find this disconnect between editorial and business absolutely inconceivable.

The Era of Cheap and Easy STD Treatment Is Over. What Went Wrong?

The Era of Cheap and Easy STD Treatment Is Over. What Went Wrong?

Thus people with STDs received drugs that couldn’t cure their infections, allowing resistant strains to spread as if they’d never been treated at all.About 10 years ago, highly resistant gonorrhea began to spread from the Pacific Rim to California and Europe, forcing STD clinics to change treatment regimens from a single round of cephalosporin pills to an injection, bolstered by several days of a second oral antibiotic, azithromycin.

About Seascape: the state of our oceans – a Guardian series

About Seascape: the state of our oceans – a Guardian series Unless otherwise stated, all statements and materials, including any statements regarding specific legislation, reflect the views of the individual contributors and not those of the Packard Foundation, theguardian.org, or the Guardian.