Arianna Huffington and the legacy she will leave at HuffPo Arianna Huffington has announced that she will step down as editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post. She says she’ll be moving on to create a health and wellness web service called Thrive Global. Huffington launched HuffPo in 2005 with Jonah Peretti, the late Andrew Breitbart and Ken Lerer. The Huffington Post quickly became a must-read for the rich and powerful, and it changed the way the world of news operated. What is the legacy Huffington will leave behind at HuffPo?
L.A. Times Buyouts This week, dozens of reporters, columnists and editors at the paper accepted buyouts. They will be leaving in the coming weeks and months. The list includes many who have worked at the paper for decades. What does this latest gutting mean for the future of the Times? And for journalism in L.A.?
States allowed to strip federal funds from abortion clinics President Trump signed the law allowing states to block federal funding to family planning clinics that offer abortions. Critics say this could potentially devastate the health care network that low-income women rely on for birth control and other reproductive care.
What does the Paris terrorist attack mean for Europe? There was another terrorist attack in Paris Thursday. A police officer was killed, two other officers were wounded, and the shooter was killed. Officials are calling the attack terrorism. There have been more than a half dozen terrorist attacks in France over the past two years.
Bassem Youssef and Sara Taksler on 'Tickling Giants' Known as the "Jon Stewart of Egypt," Bassem Youssef hosted a satirical news show that was the first of its kind in the Middle East. The show was immensely popular, until the military-backed government forced Youssef off the air and out of the country. Youssef and director Sara Taksler tell us about their documentary Tickling Giants, which profiles Youssef’s leap from heart surgeon to super star satirist.