News outlets are starting to erase perpetrators from the story. That may backfire.
Rewire.News, a nonprofit media outlet dedicated to reproductive health and justice, laid off five employees this week.
The glitzy Freeform show is a weirdly perfect love/hate-watch for an era of media collapse and millennial precarity.
Investigative reporter Ivan Golunov was arrested on drug charges. His news outlet thinks it may be an effort to silence him.
Republicans are nearly three times more likely than Democrats to say journalists create a lot of fake news.
In the last year, journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, an extremist mailed pipe bombs to CNN, and a gunman targeted the Capital-Gazette newsroom.
This week we're taking a look at White Bengal tiger cubs, the aftermath of the attacks in Sri Lanka, and a Swiss waterslide competition.
Former sports reporter Kelli Tennant sued the NBA coach after he allegedly forced himself on her in 2014.
“I’m no longer comfortable staying silent,” the former sports reporter said of her lawsuit against the NBA coach.
John Moore's haunting photo was among the dozens of winning images that show the power of photojournalism.
The tabloid is under fire for paying $150,000 to keep Karen McDougal quiet about an alleged affair with Trump.
HuffPost journalist Wendy Lu was born with vocal cord paralysis and has always lived with a tracheostomy tube. While Wendy has used her voice to advocate for people with disabilities, she’s also mindful that the responsibility to champion the disability community rests on everyone’s shoulders.
"President Trump’s attacks against the media are disgraceful," Finnish reporter Jessikka Aro said.
The outlet has since issued a correction, noting that the 2020 hopeful is not a native Spanish speaker.
People have criticized news outlets for using euphemisms like “racially charged” or “racially tinged,” particularly in reporting on President Donald Trump.
The One Free Press Coalition will publish a monthly list of 10 journalists whose press freedoms need the "most urgent" attention.
"I am convinced that upon those who intentionally misinform, history will poorly reflect."
Almost 400 Southern Baptist church leaders and volunteers have faced allegations of sexual misconduct since 1998, according to a damning report.
Many are having issues with how much it cost, saying that money could go toward paying journalists.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian about the 544 days he spent in an Iranian prison.