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“If you’re not going to hold Trump accountable, you are not a journalist. Go do Sunday morning segments about f**king lasagna."
A transcript of an Oval Office interview with Time journalists shows Trump erupted when asked about his attempts to influence Robert Mueller's investigation.
The novelist drew upon his experience as a journalist and activist to create the sweeping, emotionally resonant novel "Correspondents."
Lyra McKee was hit when an unidentified gunman fired shots at police, authorities said.
The 2019 World Press Freedom Index downgraded the U.S. three spots to 48 out of 180 countries in terms of a free press.
HuffPost has joined with other leading news organizations around the world to stand up for journalists under attack for pursuing the truth.
"Can’t recall religion being a test before for journalists," tweets NBC's Andrea Mitchell on the secretary of state's exclusive talk before Mideast trip.
The conservative pundit claimed journalists started "a stupid catfight" by taking her words out of context.
The former White House press secretary has a controversial new reporting gig.
White House officials reportedly pushed to sell nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia despite legal violations.
The former New York Times executive editor is under fire as several journalists have accused her of plagiarizing in her book, "Merchants of Truth."
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was reportedly angered by the Saudi journalist's criticism of the kingdom's regime.
The congresswoman called the industry's biggest threats "tech monopolies & concentration of ownership."
Early reports from entertainment journalists and observers show how critics who are fans can miss the mark.
From the death of Jamal Khashoggi to Donald Trump's attacks on journalists.
Saudi Arabia is now saying the United States is interfering in its affairs after the U.S. Senate condemned the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney blasted President Donald Trump for encouraging global hostility toward journalists in a speech at the U.N.
CNN's Jim Acosta asked the White House press secretary if she had "the guts" to state which journalists are "the enemy."
The White House press secretary also told reporters that claims the president was involved with the suspicious packages are "disgraceful."
The Fox News host claimed outrage over the Saudi journalist's death was "an international incident hyped and manufactured for domestic political goals."