News organizations agreed to embargo in release of whistleblower’s files about Facebook.
McCain appeared again on her old network, Fox News, which has indicated that it might be interested in hiring her back.
But you don’t have to endorse Rogan to abhor CNN’s coverage of this topic.
A small group of journalists have been fired or quit over vaccination policies. But unlike most other objectors, they are some of the most famous people in their communities.
The “Prairie Home” humorist is playing smaller rooms, to fans who are hazy about his scandal, and sticking to his own story.
The concession came in an interview with the "Today" show's Savannah Guthrie.
Cameron Barr becomes senior managing editor, the newsroom’s No. 2 position under Sally Buzbee.
More than five years later, the former British intelligence agent is waiting for corroboration.
Couric dishes on Matt Lauer, Martha Stewart, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Les Moonves, Louis C.K., Jeff Zucker, her former nanny and her own family.
With Web-savvy new editor Noah Shachtman, the boomer-rock bible wants to shrug off dusty magazine conventions — and take on sacred cows.
Free press advocates called Gov. Mike Parson's comments against a St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist "absurd."
The late Supreme Court justice had some unexpected views on NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest during the national anthem. So she edited out some of them.
CNN host Brian Stelter asked a provocative but slightly off-base question about a storied American media institution.
A stunning Reuters exposé demonstrates that for OAN, “it was never, never the full truth” when covering Trump.
Early critics weren’t watching an also-ran news network. They were witnessing the culmination of a media realignment.
Is that okay? For the Tampa Bay Times, it’s an experiment at a time when local news is desperate to hang on.
A Rochester, N.Y., newspaper sniffed out the facts of Attica and stunned the country.
Concern about the intellectual movement triggered clashes at local school board meetings. But it seems to be dropping off the public radar now.
The company’s rapid downfall — and Watson’s unexpected “Today” interview — pulled back the curtain on the open secrets of digital media it attempted to exploit.