The New York Times reviews the reach and effort of the U.S. government in the investigation of disclosures of secretive information. It finds that, while the recent cases involving reporters garnered attention, the Obama administration has been exhaustively pursuing the sources of leaks.
Brian Morrisey, writing for Digiday, looks at the "bear hug" embrace of television by Twitter. He notes Twitter's understanding of the advertising and programming worlds, how it eases into the television experience as a companion platform, and the many deals that have emerged for highlights with channels.
The Pew Research Center has launched Fact Tank, a site that looks at "numbers, facts and trends shaping your world." It uses the Center's extensive polling to produce thematic stories. Its first few stories include a look at international disparity, veterans' attitudes, and drone strikes. The aim, says Center president Alan Murray, is to