FROM Jill Lawrence
Business Finds Tea Party Candidates Don't Always Share Goals Business groups were among those who helped dozens of Tea Party Republicans sweep into Congress. But now as lawmakers get ready to head back to the Capitol, business groups are wondering if those economic fundamentalists they helped elect are working against an important business interest: a functioning government. Jill Lawrence is national correspondent for National Journal .
Reporting on Rape A Rolling Stone magazine story about rape on campus led the University of Virginia to suspend fraternities. Since then, the article has become a sensation as much for what it got wrong as for what it reported. How should “sexual misconduct” be defined by journalists, college administrators and the law?