Instead of photos, the front page featured text messages sent by UNC students as the shooting was taking place, such as “Are you safe?” and “Where are you?”
A small central Kansas town now finds itself at the center of a debate over press freedoms.
Twitter users felt the station unfairly criminalized a group of kids who were just trying to keep cool at a time when several city pools remain closed.
The former CNN anchor said he's "not rushing into anything" following his abrupt exit from the network after 17 years.
The legislation would require big tech companies to pay a “journalism usage fee.”
Tolly Taylor got some notes for his chilling story about J’den McAdory, who has routinely taken his rifle to a Maryland bus stop to protest gun restrictions.
“I was actually in the hallway when the gunman opened fire," said Joylyn Bukovac of the 2010 incident. “As a mom, I am worried for the future.”
Court documents offer evidence that Fox is as ethically bankrupt as you thought.
Other proposed legislation in the state would make it far easier to sue the news media for defamation.
Under a new tweeted AP Stylebook guideline, the French Embassy worried that it would now have to refer to itself as the "Embassy of Frenchness in the U.S."