In lawsuit filed Tuesday night, photographer Carolyn Cole and Bureau Chief Molly Hennessey-Fiske, both of the Los Angeles Times, alleged that troopers trapped them against a block wall and hit them with blunt projectiles, tear gas and chemical spray.
"This is how Roman looks like under physical and moral pressure," said exiled Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya.
Seventeen journalists in Gaza reported to the Associated Press that they had suddenly lost access to their WhatsApp accounts following the cease-fire announcement on Friday.
"One of the AP journalists said, 'We were lucky to get out.' No you weren't lucky to get out. It wasn't luck," Israel's prime minister said of the airstrike.
Biden called both the Palestinian and Israeli leaders Saturday to discuss the latest spate of violence in the West Bank.
A former television presenter for Afghanistan's Tolonews was shot to death by gunmen a day after the Taliban threatened Afghan journalists closely aligned with security agencies backed by the U.S.
"The media has been severely destructive here, harmful. And, you know, they're vicious, sick people."
Republican lawmakers are urging Biden to let journalists tour the migrant facilities at the border, but the president said he's not sure when that will happen.
Often referred to as the Fourth Estate, the news media is the unofficial ombudsman for the people, there to hold the powerful accountable.
Chinese officials used contact tracing forms and cellphone "health apps" to harass and intimidate journalists last year, says a new report from the Foreign Correspondents' Club in China.
The U.S. can further honor the memories of Slim, al-Hashemi, Khashoggi and countless unknown activists by naming their murderers and holding them accountable.
If Google continues not to pay for the news it shares on its platform, it is not just Rupert Murdoch who stands to lose a dime, it's all news.
A woman allegedly paid in bitcoin and provided murder-for-hire site administrator detailed description of the intended victim.
The president's son said average Americans "don't understand" how taxes work when you run a business, following a New York Times report on his father paying little or no federal income tax for years.
"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.