John Cook

John Cook, a longtime Gawker editor, will become the executive editor of Gawker Media, the portfolio of websites that was
Gawker's suit comes days after the Associated Press announced it would be suing the State Department to force the release
NEW YORK –- The Intercept's editor-in-chief John Cook is leaving the First Look Media site to return to Gawker Media. Cook
Disclosure: Pierre Omidyar is the founder of Honolulu's Civil Beat, which is partnered with The Huffington Post for HuffPost
First Look Media, the independent news organization created by Pierre Omidyar, has poached Gawker editor John Cook, Gawker
The faster the internet goes, the faster misinformation can be spread. My anecdotal perspective is that we were at warp speed several years ago. Now what?
If you count yourself among the 49 percent of Americans who believe that climate change is happening, and that we're playing a key role in it, give yourself a gold star. The planet's best and brightest scientific minds agree with you.
The conspiracy theories directed toward the "moon landing paper" began small-scale, but grew in scope and intricacy. Now to social scientists, such a public response can mean only one thing. Data!
Gawker editor-in-chief A.J. Daulerio will no longer run the site after a year on the job, Intelligencer has learned. Daulerio
When reached by Gawker, Griffin said that he was not familiar with Gawker's critical coverage of Bain Capital. "I've been
The path toward the recall efforts began in 2009, when the city council approved benefits for domestic couples -- both gay
"All government business is done in English here. I don't need an official law saying that English is the de facto language
I took particular interest in a story that broke last week regarding a holy skirmish between ultra-conservative Christians and an ultra-conservative Jew, Texas Speaker of the House Joe Straus.
An Australian solar physicist called John Cook, who runs the popular Skeptical Science website, has developed an app which
Remember when the web used to be about following links to someone's cool blogspot site? Now it's all about the world of ultra-ultra-niche or the secret gems that the big sites troll daily for their unique takes.