Nick Summers is a former senior writer for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. Previously, he was the media columnist for The New York Observer, founded the blog IvyGate, and was editor in chief of the Columbia Daily Spectator.
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The NPR 'Morning Edition' host talks about Pakistan and why some people might find him annoying. MORE
The stakes are getting higher for U.S. college students in programs abroad. MORE
Baseball brainiac Billy Beane is being played by Brad Pitt on the big screen. MORE
On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a powerful memorial opens at Ground Zero.... MORE
In ‘Class Warfare,’ Steven Brill investigates the U.S. schools crisis. He talks to Nick Summers. MORE
What scandal? Rupert Murdoch announces $2.74 billion in profit for News Corp. By Nick Summers. MORE
News Corp.'s board of directors meets for the first time since scandal erupted. By Nick Summers. MORE
Richard Beckman is battling rumors that he’s being pushed aside at The Hollywood Reporter.... MORE
Accusations that James Murdoch misled Parliament highlight the News Corp. board’s weak oversight. MORE
Are the children, cronies, and pushovers on Rupert Murdoch’s board rebelling—or just covering their... MORE
Journal staffers now fear they could end up working for a controversial new editor. By Nick Summers.... MORE
Reporters at the Wall Street Journal grapple with how to cover their boss’s scandal.... MORE
Why winners win... in sports, business, and life. MORE