• Opinion

The controversies underscore how news organizations aren’t just struggling to cover communities of color in a changing America; they’re roiling internally over racial questions as well.

The Biden administration wants to charge news organizations $170 for coronavirus tests required for entry.

  • Perspective

A Times reporter’s resignation and a podcaster’s suspension bring pushback on what should have been a long-settled discussion.

  • Opinion

Questions about 'moral and ethical principles' plus other nettlesome inquiries violate the spirit of the First Amendment.

The range of stories reflects a tumultuous 2020 news cycle. “We faced one enormous story after another,” said Executive Editor Martin Baron.

The small, right-wing outlet was also banned last year from the briefing room for violating social distancing rules.

  • Opinion

What disqualifies a lawmaker from appearing on the marquee public-affairs show of a major TV network?

  • Perspective

The employee-owned site is self-sustaining and successful in its early stages.

Among millions of Texans who survived without electricity or water this week were hundreds of local journalists, responsible for publishing crucial information about the deadly winter storm while they were at its mercy.

  • Opinion

Actually, there's just one takeaway, with five different manifestations.

  • Opinion

The streaming channel for Fox superfans packs no surprises whatsoever.

Two Cavaliers fans have never met. But their fan podcast landed them a job working for their favorite team.

Its sister papers will be sold to Alden Global, but Stewart Bainum Jr. plans to buy the 184-year-old newspaper.

He reveled in his status as the most popular talk-show host in the country and called himself the ‘most dangerous’ man in radio for his vitriolic polemics and influential conservatism.

  • Perspective

Alden Global’s likely purchase of major newspapers in Chicago, Hartford, New York City and Orlando is dreadful news for those communities.

For a Times video, Patrick Soon-Shiong interviewed a researcher who is teaming with his biotech company on a coronavirus vaccine.

The cable news host-turned presidential adviser returned to his roots Tuesday, debuting a Fox Business show in which he made much of his insider status.

But one key Tribune property, the Baltimore Sun, will move instead to nonprofit ownership.

  • Opinion

Where's the coverage of his brother's scandal over nursing home deaths?

  • Opinion

The perils of writing about the world of the Murdochs.

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