The destruction of two essential local news websites by a union-busting billionaire has all the elements of class warfare.
Half of teenagers say they worry about unwittingly sharing online propaganda.
The media rushed to eulogize Tom Petty before the rocker had actually died. It was an embarrassment for journalism.
The Daily News was sold. The Village Voice print paper is dead. It's the end of an era—and another era, and another era, and another era.
While many people think the two are the same, the Daily Mail and the Mail Online are separate publications.
The 2014 Rolling Stone article was widely discredited and eventually retracted by the magazine, leading to a major lawsuit.
The Times needs to hold itself accountable, especially during the Trump era.
No employees were harmed in the suspected shooting at the newspaper's offices.
How does the weekly Michael Kinsley column serve readers?
There were 259 journalists in jail by the end of 2016, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
I wish I could tell you the media will do better in 2017. But why would you believe me?
We asked good writers to share their worst embarrassments.
A soldier tells the story of an unlikely bond he formed with a reporter while stationed in Kosovo.
There's a massive graveyard of content celebrating Hillary Clinton's historic win. Here are some excerpts.
The jury ruled that Rolling Stone acted “with actual malice” in publishing its now-infamous campus rape article.
In 1970, 46 women on staff sued the magazine for discrimination. Read the cover story on the women’s liberation movement published the day they announced their suit.
Islamist militants groups are responsible for many of the journalist killings, said the Committee to Protect Journalists.
From Bill Clinton to John Edwards, how have political sex scandals been covered and is Trump's coverage fair?
Staff Writer Stav Ziv took top honor as Best New Journalist and Senior Writer Abigail Jones received the Front Page Award for Magazine Interview.
The pontiff urged journalists not to stoke fear.