Farhad Manjoo

New York Times

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Farhad Manjoo is a technology reporter for the New York Times and the author of True Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society. He is a former technology columnist Slate and the Wall Street Journal.

Farhad Manjoo on KCRW

One KCRW listener asked, “Does it really matter if we vote? I mean isn't the electoral vote [Electoral College vote] still what's more important in each state?

With the Electoral College, how much do Californians’ votes count?

One KCRW listener asked, “Does it really matter if we vote? I mean isn't the electoral vote [Electoral College vote] still what's more important in each state?

from Greater LA

It's hard enough to figure out what's true and what's not from the mainstream news media and the declarations of politicians.

Is viral fake news really a threat to democracy?

It's hard enough to figure out what's true and what's not from the mainstream news media and the declarations of politicians.

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As another holiday season reaches a frenzied climax, more American shopping takes place on line than ever before.

The "Everything Store" and the Changing Economy

As another holiday season reaches a frenzied climax, more American shopping takes place on line than ever before.

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