Fareed Zakaria's story isn't over: Today, the Time columnist and CNN host has resigned his position from the Yale Corporation, the university's governing board, a day after telling the The New York Times he was re-evaluating his busy schedule.
The most noxious, wrongheaded, misleading, silly, and downright awful pieces of punditry to somehow end up in print or online this year.
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
After an investigation following his suspensions for lifting passages from The New Yorker, Fareed Zakaria will be back at Time magazine on September 7, and CNN even earlier.
Ever since Time columnist and CNN host Fareed Zakaria was suspended from his magazine and network for borrowing from another writer's work last week, journalists and others have been searching for more examples of plagiarism and quote-non-attribution, possibly because they can't trust his own employers to do it for them.
Buried in Paul Farhi's "is he wrong?" story about suspended Time columnist and CNN host Fareed Zakaria's failure to attribute quotes in his 2008 book The Post-American World, is the news that Zakaria's column won't be on The Washington Post's pages this month, as well as what appears to be Zakaria's first defense of his work.
From getting dumped to fighting for your reproductive rights, we picked out our favorite (and one not-so favorite) speeches from this year's round of graduations.
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