Donald Trump blasted by his old favorite newspaper after "unhinged" threats
"Americans know that Trump can't stop himself from nursing piddling grudges and throwing out childish insults," read the New York Post's editorial.
Prince William and Kate Middleton praise tabloid Prince Harry is suing
William and Kate have thanked readers of "The Sun" newspaper for supporting a "fantastic campaign" for the British Red Cross amid Harry's ongoing lawsuit.
Prince Harry's "spare" comments on Prince William's children "outrageous"
Harry recently told a U.K. newspaper that William has made it clear to him that "his kids are not my responsibility"
Kari Lake mocked by columnists from Arizona's largest newspaper
Lake continues to call herself "the duly elected governor" of Arizona despite her opponent, Katie Hobbs, already being sworn in.
Josh Hawley's "prominent" Jan. 6 role, "lies" blasted by home state papers
Hawley was a prominent member of the GOP "Sedition Caucus" who called into doubt the results of the 2020 presidential election.
A Twitter Implosion Provides One Last Chance for Newspapers
Twitter's instability under an erratic and right-wing Elon Musk is a hidden opportunity for newspapers to rebuild and reclaim the public square of the internet and save themselves in the process.
Jenna Ortega comparison to Kanye West over "antisemitic hate" sparks debate
In response to a tweet posted by Ortega, "The Times of Israel" recently published an article asking: "Jenna Ortega vs. Kanye: Whose antisemitic hate is worse?"
'NYT' response to prior crossword swastika accusations resurfaces
"Yes, hi. It's NOT a swastika. Honest to God," read a 2017 tweet from the verified New York Times Games Twitter account.
The New York Times speaks out on claims its crossword resembles swastika
"This is a common crossword design," a spokesperson for the newspaper said in a statement.
Who is Jeremy Clarkson? Meghan Markle critic wants "excrement" flung at her
Clarkson wrote in his column that he is "dreaming of the day when [Meghan] is made to parade naked through the streets of every town in Britain," and shamed.
Many House Republicans "too dimwitted" to wield power: Wall Street Journal
The GOP's razor-thin new House majority is presenting significant headaches for Representative Kevin McCarthy and sowing division in the party.
British media slams "Harry & Meghan" Netflix documentary: "Soap opera"
The day after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's anticipated docuseries debuted, a number of U.K. newspapers attacked the couple.
Princess Diana's "Revenge Dress": The truth behind the gown in 'The Crown'
It's become one of Princess Diana's most iconic dresses but what's the real story of the "revenge dress" and how did it get its name?
'The Crown' Season 5: What really happened with Sarah Ferguson toe-sucking
The famous royal scandal has been referenced in the latest season of the Netflix drama, but what's the real story behind the infamous headlines?
'The Crown' Season 5: King Charles and Camilla's real "tampongate" scandal
Newsweek looks at the real story behind one of "The Crown's" most scandalous Season 5 storylines.
Itaewon survivors share harrowing accounts: It "happened in a moment"
"Three of my friends died today. I used to hang out with them every weekend in Itaewon and now they're dead," one Seoul resident somberly told local media.
Pennsylvania's largest newspaper endorses Fetterman, blasts "unprepared" Oz
"If there are any values that Oz holds dear, it is difficult to ascertain what they are," The Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board wrote.
Harry has become "key player" in "fight for privacy," latest lawsuit shows
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.
Why Meghan, Harry 3-Year Campaign Makes Charles' Latest Hire Controversial
Prince Charles' new press secretary comes from a newspaper group Meghan Markle said had an "agenda of publishing intrusive or offensive stories" about her.
Pennsylvania Paper Rips Rep. Scott Perry as He Denies Seeking Trump Pardon
"Was he...admitting to criminal or unethical behavior? Why else would he ask? It certainly raises suspicions," the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette asked Friday.
Russian Newspaper Co-Founded by Mikhail Gorbachev Shuts Down After Warning
The independent newspaper said it would stop production until the war in Ukraine is over after it received a second warning from the Russian government.
Woman Submits References to God for a Place in Heaven in CV-style Obituary
"Lord, I hope that you will find that I have met my Objectives and deserve a place in Your heavenly home," she wrote
Texas AG Ken Paxton Refuses to Turn Over Records Related to Jan. 6
Texas newspapers filed a complaint in early January alleging Paxton violated state open records laws by not turning over his communications around January 6.
Pro-Democracy News Site Shut Down by Hong Kong Government
Seven people tied to the news outlet were arrested and the government froze the outlet's financial assets.
Newspaper Publisher Lee Enterprises Rejects Alden Hedge Fund's $141M Offer
Lee Enterprises, which owns such newspapers as the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Buffalo News, said that a potential takeover by the hedge fund wasn't in its shareholders' best interests.
St. Louis, Omaha Newspapers Eyed for Purchase by Alden Capital Hedge Fund
Alden Global Capital, one of the country's largest newspaper owners known for cutting costs, has offered to buy local newspaper chain Lee Enterprises.
News Deserts Are a Threat to Democracy
News deserts are one of the final frontiers of fake news and misinformation—and often disinformation.
Tamil Guardian Has Instagram Removed Again 12 Hours After Reactivation
"Our work is crucial and it is being silenced," Tamil Guardian said in a statement after their account was disabled.
Man Convicted of Killing 5 in Newspaper Shooting to Serve Over 5 Life Terms
The judge said Ramos showed no remorse for the crimes and reportedly told a state psychiatrist that he would kill more if released.
American Newspapers Ask Biden for Evacuation Of Journalists From Kabul
The publisher of The Washington Post, Fred Ryan, is asking for the administration's help in getting "204 journalists, support staff and families" in Kabul to safety.