Meanwhile, Trump has forgotten the racist "birther" lie he peddled for years.
While I praise and appreciate TIME's selection of the "Ebola Fighters" as their "Person of the Year," and although TIME briefly mentions "the promise of U.S. troops to build treatment units," this author is at a loss as to why our military men and women were not explicitly included in TIME's Person of the Year.
This year's possible winners include Apple CEO Tim Cook, Alibaba founder Jack Ma, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Russian
Nancy Gibbs, Kirsten Gillibrand, Linda McMahon, Tamron Hall, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Kristen Van Ogtrop. Stop obsessing
In the early 1940s, the strongest proponent of radiation in the U.S. was on the cover of TIME. By the end of the decade, a doctor who would be one of the foremost proponents of chemotherapy was on the cover.
It seems the magazine's operations are already different because of her leadership. Joe Pompeo reported, for example, that
Another great first for women in journalism was announced this week: Nancy Gibbs has been appointed the first female managing
She is taking over the magazine at an uncertain period for Time Inc., as the company prepares to split from Time Warner. Later
The Presidents Club: Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity is a comprehensive examination of the relationships between our chief executives, starting with Herbert Hoover.
Here's one media promotion worth noting: Nancy Gibbs, Time executive editor and writer of the most cover stories in the publication's
Gibbs predicted that print magazines will be around in 20 years, but also discussed the iPad's potential to rejuvenate the
International Editor Michael Elliott has been named deputy managing editor, and prolific cover story writer Nancy Gibbs has
The images of girls and women in the media informs and reflects the perception and reality of girls and women in society