"The BBC has a long history of ideological bias against China," China's Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
The former executive Editor-In-Chief was arrested and two former journalists from Apple Daily, were detained following their bail being revoked.
Naomi Osaka thanked Meghan Markle for support in her French Open tennis battle—which touches on a subject where the duchess may have specialist experience.
"The penalty does not fit the crime," said the newspaper's publisher Brian Bloom.
Germany's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Apple Daily's shutdown is another "hard blow against press freedom in Hong Kong."
Police claim an officer thought the reporter was a man trying to take photos inside a woman's restroom. The reporter, Ho Ka-yan, was sentenced to four weeks in jail.
"I think now the best thing for the tournament, the other players and my well-being is that I withdraw so that everyone can get back to focusing on the tennis," said Osaka, the No. 2 player in the world.
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.
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.
Amidst high-profile leaks, the chief justice faces a crisis. He must regain control over the Court.
A staple of the Chicago local media, Taft was beloved as a weatherman for bringing an upbeat sense of humor to his forecasts.
A reporter was turned away from the White House because his temperature was deemed too high.
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of China called the journalists' expulsion the "most alarming" measure Chinese authorities have taken.
The first day of the president's state visit went relatively smoothly as he was received by the royal family at Buckingham Palace.
After plenty of teasing on social media, some of music's biggest stars have finally released new projects and songs.
"The press needs to understand that the old rules don't apply anymore," New York University professor Tad Devine told Newsweek.
"Never before have U.S. journalists been subjected to so many death threats or turned so often to private security firms for protection," the report said.
Afghanistan, Syria, Mexico and Yemen were the only countries in which more journalists died in 2018.
Journalists are "under attack like never before," the human rights lawyer said.
"There's no comparison whatsoever between disagreements over decorum at the White House and the imprisonment of the two reporters in Myanmar," Pence said.
"[Trump] didn't know what to do. He was just freakin' out."
One left-leaning activist brought a giant inflatable rat, but a woman said to be making sexual assault allegations against Robert Mueller failed to show up.
Robert Chain, 68, of Encino, California was arrested by FBI agents after allegedly making threats to the Boston Globe following their recent editorial about the press.
"You couldn't at least get up there and pretend to be a little bit sorry?"
Almost a third of Americans believe the news media is "the enemy of the American people," according to a survey of over 1,000 people with various political affiliations.