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The New Republic, the century-old magazine that was rocked a year ago by the mass exodus of its staff following an effort
"As a matter of policy, we do not comment on internal personnel issues," a New Republic spokesperson told The Huffington
Just last month, Ginsburg lauded the magazine at its 100th anniversary celebration. Ryan Lizza ended his in-depth piece on
"I have to say, it sounded ham-handed the way the guy handled it," Baquet said, adding that he wished he knew more about
"That's not a very nice way to treat an editor and somebody who I'd worked with for ... 20 years," Judis said. There were
"Former editors and writers who claim in an open letter that the New Republic should not be a business would prefer an institution
Give or take 13,675 copies. Chris Hughes passed over Steven Brill's 25,000-word piece on healthcare costs in favor of an
Time magazine published Steven Brill’s deeply reported, 24,000-word cover story on America’s health care system. But Brill’s piece was originally slated to run last month in The New Republic. It was set to appear on the cover for the much-hyped relaunch issue under Chris Hughes. Brill told The Huffington Post that he considers Hughes to be a "liar" since he committed to running the health care investigation on the cover of the relaunch issue, but ran a story on the President instead.
Although Brill said his wife called him a “schmuck” for making a deal with The New Republic, rather than a magazine that
New Republic owner Chris Hughes throws lavish relaunch party in Manhattan, a testament to the magazine's ambitions.
Apparently President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies – which happens to be the media’s job
Zuckerberg, Sean Parker, Gayle King, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Newark Mayor Cory Booker are just a few of the
Schaffer isn't the only City Paper staffer coming aboard. Reporter Lydia DePillis is joining the New Republic as a staff
Hughes and Foer did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Just declined to comment on whether he could have stayed
The New Republic will open up a New York office sometime in the coming months, Capital has learned. Of course, the Beltway
NEW YORK -- On the morning of March 9, Chris Hughes held his first meeting with the staff of the New Republic, the nearly
In a letter to readers, posted on the magazine's website early Friday, Hughes wrote: The terms of the deal remain undisclosed
Founded in 1914, the left-of-center New Republic has long been influential in the political world, if not profitable. Former