"Two airplanes full of employees were flown in from Russia. They are taking over our responsibilities," Belarus 3 director Alena Martinovskaya said.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security said he immediately terminated a program that monitored journalists who had published leaked DHS documents after the Washington Post ran a July 30 story uncovering the controversial practice.
A journalist covering President Donald Trump's recent trip to the Tampa Bay area tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, just two days after being in the same room as the president and several top Florida officials.
"Our constitutional republic, literally, and the institutions in it, literally, are being challenged every single day by this would-be dictator," Joe Scarborough said.
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
The White House Correspondents' Association claimed that the government of Saudi Arabia has "more transparency" than the Trump White House after an Oval Office meeting was first disclosed by a Saudi government press release on Tuesday.
"They have taken a decision that they will allow employees at an institution that they fund to go hungry," Timour Azhari, a journalist who resigned from his position this week, told Newsweek. "They definitely have the money to pay."
Conversations about national politics on Twitter often cascade across news media, but such discussion is dominated by a minute percentage of U.S. adults on the platform, a Pew analysis finds.
"I've been on the backend of a couple tweets," Bret Baier pointed out.
Trump said that the U.S. and Italy "are bound together by a shared cultural and political heritage dating back thousands of years to Ancient Rome."
American troops hastily retreated from positions in northeastern Syria this week as Turkey pushed its operation against Kurdish-led militias there.
The CBP officer's "questions had nothing to do with re-entry into the United States," journalist Ben Watson told Newsweek.
Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
Trump gave a military salute to one audience member who shouted the president would have "100 percent" approval ratings if he were covered fairly by journalists.
A senior prison official told Reuters the soldiers' punishment was reduced by the military.
Maxine Waters warns that Democrats, liberal members of the news media and all other critics of President Donald Trump are "walking targets" after a judge ordered the release of alleged Coast Guard "terrorist" Christopher Hasson.
A graphic on a QAnon twitter post misidentified a reporter for the Daily Dot, posting a picture of right-wing provocateur Laura Loomer above her name.
"The world will be diminished if journalists aren't able to go and travel and to report honestly conditions in differing countries," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.
"In many respects, I think the Saudi government has to decide between Mohammad bin Salman and the U.S.-Saudi relationship," John Brennan said Wednesday.
A meteorologist from an Ohio ABC affiliate station resigned from an LGBTQ journalist organization after referring to members of a California conference as "things and its."
American journalist Austin Tice is still missing four years after the deaths of James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
"I'm going to need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers," Capital Gazette staff writer Selene San Felice said.