Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
Do we want juries determining what is and what is not 'newsworthy?'
Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by Gawker dot com.
The billionaire who was secretly financing lawsuits against Gawker is staying put on Facebook's board.
The finances behind Hulk Hogan's suit against Gawker and AI's ability to "create" art are among the things we learned in Tech & Science this week.
The jury ruled that Gawker violated Hogan's privacy by publishing a sex tape of the celebrity wrestler.
The retired pro wrestler said he wasn't embarrassed by the parody commercial.
Gawker just secured its first ever outside investment. That's a pretty big reversal.
The site, which fired its entire editorial staff in May, is taking "a little break"—possibly for good.
The "overwhelming majority" of 350 editorial staffers signed union cards.
Allen said he "would never" agree to questions in advance, despite having promised Chelsea Clinton just that.
The new Gawker is here, and it's all about politics.
Greg Grandin admonished The New York Times Book Review for a conflict of interest—but Grandin had a book-review-related conflict of interest of his own.
Nick Denton confronts Gawker's identity crisis.