It was an abrupt ending — just six months after launch — for a company founded by big names in the entertainment and business worlds.
Peter Madsen, who was sentenced two years ago for the murder and dismemberment of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, bluffed his way out of prison with a fake bomb strapped to his abdomen.
"Stage 4 is, as they say, terminal," the conservative radio host said. Limbaugh added that after receiving the cancer diagnosis, "I never thought I would see October 1st."
Judge rules against USAGM CEO Michael Pack's moves to dismiss top executives and board of a fund that helps people who live under repressive regimes to access the Web and to communicate securely.
Red flags abound in a story about Hunter Biden that provides fodder for President Trump and his allies. The allegations rest on speculation and assumptions rather than journalistically sound facts.
Sen. Chris Murphy says his bill would "make it totally crystal, 100 percent clear" that political appointees cannot interfere with news coverage, including of President Trump.
Five executives, now suspended, accuse U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack of illegally interfering in newsroom coverage of President Trump, Joe Biden and Black Lives Matter.
"Our current political leaders have demonstrated that they are dangerously incompetent," the New England Journal Of Medicine's editors say in a scathing editorial.
An investigation by political appointees into the Voice of America's White House bureau chief for anti-Trump bias is the latest act that may break federal laws promising its journalistic independence.
The Voice of America's acting director says he'll protect his newsroom against outside pressure. NPR reported Sunday that political appointees investigated a reporter for alleged anti-Trump bias.
Roughly 40,000 Regal employees in the U.S. now face a work furlough. The company opted to shut down operations after the James Bond franchise's No Time to Die was shelved until 2021.
McEnany said she does not have symptoms but that she will "begin the quarantine process." The news comes as President Trump continues to get treatment at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with veteran television news producer Tom Bettag about what might improve the current election debate format.
Anita Hill, chair of the Hollywood Commission, discusses a new report's findings on sexual harassment in the industry. She also discusses Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation battle and Joe Biden.
Fox News viewers don't expect facts from Tucker Carlson, according to network lawyers who defended their star in a slander lawsuit filed by a woman who said she had an affair with President Trump.