"We ask real questions, which many officials welcome, though some walk away," Steve Inskeep tweeted.
The CEO of new streaming service Quibi apologized for remarks in which she compared journalists to sexual predators.
A journalist claimed that a Southwest flight attendant threatened to have his wife removed from a flight.
With Pat Lawson Muse, Harrison was one of the first two African American women to co-anchor the news.
Assange faces a maximum of five years in prison if convicted of the conspiracy charge levied against him last month and a potential ten-year prison sentence for each of the charges today under the Espionage Act.
"You know, he's probably just really busy because he's got to golf and honestly, I don't know if anyone really wants to watch him eat."
"I miss my work and I miss being able to help my community," journalist Manuel Duran said.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was already serving 20 years for raping two followers.
Turkey's Pelin Unker wrote about the Malta-based companies owned by former Prime Minister Binali Yildirim and his two sons.
Yasin Aktay, the top adviser to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the Saudis wanted "to leave no trace behind."
"It's hard for me to imagine that these orders would have been carried out without the knowledge of [the crown prince]," said Representative Adam Schiff.
"We need to have a president who celebrates the First Amendment," Sasse said.
Riyadh's state-run Al Ekhbariya outlet reported that 18 Saudi citizens have been arrested in connection with the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
President Donald Trump has refused to put at risk the United States' lucrative arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Spreading fake news in Saudi Arabia could land you up to five years in prison, along with a fine of nearly $800,000.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a self-exiled Saudi journalist critical of his government, disappeared after entering Riyadh's embassy in Turkey.
Amy Zuckerman, 64, a freelancer and author of three books on technology was accused of sending a threatening email to a newspaper on Friday.
Reporters Without Borders ranks Israel 87th out of the 180 countries on its 2018 World Press Freedom Index.
At least 25 people were killed by two bombs close to the headquarters of the Afghan intelligence services.
Trump has fueled a more hostile climate toward reporters, say advocates.
"If you're going to make an analogy, at least know what you're talking about."
What started as research for her latest book has progressed into tens of thousands of dollars in prize money.
Afghan journalist Parwiz Sapy went on air immediately after the attack was over in a show of resilience against the militant group.