Reporters know there’s no textbook for covering stories like Ferguson, so they’re learning as they go.
Women have made advances in sports journalism, but they lag behind when it comes to on-air opinions.
Foes argue that other side’s casualty numbers are suspect, leaving media to report most readily available data.
For 25 years, Captain Janks has been prank calling news outlets — and they keep falling for it.
The popular site’s editor acknowledged that Johnson had plagiarized others’ work 40 times.
Jim Vance and Doreen Gentzler have co-anchored for 25 years. They’re still leading the pack.
Social media makes it easy for reporters to unburden themselves of their deepest thoughts and opinions.
A press staffer almost always attends when reporters sit down with administration officials.
Pictures of the crashed Malaysian jet draw objections and force editors to consider their standards.
The publication is accused of promoting racism, sexism and ‘genetic determinism.’