Will Oremus
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Will Oremus is Slate’s senior technology writer. Email him at will.oremus@slate.com or follow him on Twitter.

Moneybox
May 11 2017 6:55 PMRepublicans Used to Support a Watchdog Role for the Press. Not Anymore.
Politics
May 9 2017 6:40 PMWhy Are the Times, the Post, and MSNBC on a Conservative Hiring Spree?Five theories.
Future Tense
May 3 2017 12:35 PMFacebook Is Finally Getting Serious About People Killing Each Other on Live Video
Politics
May 1 2017 8:31 PMThe Righteous Folly of Canceling Your New York Times SubscriptionIt’s an unfair overreaction to a single boneheaded column—but it isn’t necessarily wrong.
Moneybox
April 27 2017 12:37 PMThe Media’s “Bubble” Problem Is Really a Diversity ProblemAnd it runs much deeper than party or place.
Future Tense
April 17 2017 7:40 PMFacebook Wanted Its Live Videos to Be “Raw and Visceral.” But Not Like This.
Moneybox
April 11 2017 12:51 PMA Surprising Number of People Think United Is Not the Villain. Here Are the Worst Takes.
Technology
April 5 2017 5:58 AMThe Filter Bubble RevisitedA new study suggests online media aren’t to blame for political polarization—yet.
Politics
March 29 2017 2:08 PMHate the Crime, Not the QuestionWhy the White House keeps whiffing on softball questions about hate crimes—and how it can stop.
Politics
March 21 2017 2:46 PMI Have a Question. And Another. And Another. And…Why journalists should stop asking President Trump multipart questions.
Technology
March 15 2017 5:45 AMFive Fast Facts You Need to Know About Heavy.comHow an obscure news site began dominating your Google search results.
Cover Story
March 5 2017 8:00 PMTwitter’s New OrderInside the changes that could save its business—and reshape civil discourse.
The Slatest
March 1 2017 1:42 AMWhy the Media Fell Over Itself to Declare Trump’s Speech “Presidential”
The Slatest
Feb. 22 2017 4:44 PM15 Metal Albums Whose Titles Are Less Dark Than the Washington Post’s New Motto
The Slatest
Feb. 16 2017 6:35 PMThe Lies, Exaggerations, and Obfuscations That Came Out of Trump’s Mouth While He Called the Media “Dishonest”
The Slatest
May 10 2017 2:13 PMOn Fox News, Comey’s Firing Isn’t a Scandal. It’s a Chance to Put Clinton Behind Bars at Last.
The Slatest
May 4 2017 4:04 PMDemocrats’ Reaction to the Trumpcare Vote Was Tone-Deaf and Gross
The Slatest
May 2 2017 2:51 PMTrump Calls CNN “Fake News” for Refusing to Run Ad Calling CNN “Fake News”
Moneybox
May 1 2017 5:41 PMA “Tiny Fraction” of New York Times Readers Have Canceled Their Subscriptions Over Bret Stephens
Technology
April 25 2017 5:45 AMElon Musk Is Telling Fairy TalesHis startup ideas always sound impossible. That might be why they work.
Politics
April 14 2017 1:35 PMDear Public Editor: What Are You Doing?How Liz Spayd is squandering the most important watchdog job in journalism.
Politics
April 6 2017 9:54 PMIgnoring the President Won’t Make Him Go AwayHow cable news botched the Susan Rice story—and then got it right.
Future Tense
March 30 2017 5:35 PMNo, Twitter Didn’t Just Ruin Twitter by Changing How Replies Work. It Improved Itself.
Politics
March 23 2017 5:38 PMThe Media Have Finally Figured Out How to Cover Trump’s LiesNot just falsehood by falsehood, but as the defining feature of his presidency.
The Slatest
March 15 2017 9:25 PMIrony Dies Again as Russia Today Launches Fake-News Debunker
Future Tense
March 7 2017 5:35 PMMove Fast and Break TrustGoogle’s alternative facts and Uber’s self-driving accidents are symptoms of a deeper problem that is only going to get worse.
Future Tense
March 1 2017 1:42 PMI Paid $20 to Ask Marc Andreessen Why He Blocks Me on Twitter
The Slatest
Feb. 27 2017 5:16 PMTrump Did the White House Press Corps a Favor. Now They Can Fix Their Gross, Corrosive Dinner.
Future Tense
Feb. 17 2017 5:43 PMFacebook’s New “Manifesto” Is Political. Mark Zuckerberg Just Won’t Admit It.
Future Tense
Feb. 9 2017 4:25 PMWikipedia’s Daily Mail Ban Is a Welcome Rebuke to Terrible Journalism

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