More than 2,000 newspapers have shut down in recent years, and some regions have become news deserts. Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan says the collapse of local news undermines democracy.
The rupture capped a period of intensifying criticism of coverage and views in the news empire created by his father Rupert Murdoch, such as in The Wall Street Journal and the Fox News Channel.
After 17 years behind bars, Dennis Perry was freed from a Georgia prison after being convicted in a double murder case.
In a career spanning four decades, Dickey authored seven books and reported from more than 40 countries, often covering war, conflict and espionage. He died July 16. Originally broadcast in 1998.
The suit was filed in federal court in Manhattan by two former Fox News employees. Fox hosts Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity are also named and accused of sexual misconduct.
Author Lisa Napoli joined On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott for an Atlanta History Center Virtual Author Talk, where she discussed her latest book, "Up All Night."
Georgia Today host Steve Fennessy talks with science journalist Maryn McKenna, who for years covered the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
QAnon is an amalgamation of conspiracy theories that have circulated on 4chan, 8chan, and 8kun since 2017. Now, some of its believers may be heading to Congress.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the public broadcaster lost about a quarter of its radio audience in the second quarter of 2020, compared with a year earlier. Even so, digital audiences surged.
A top writer for Fox News' Tucker Carlson resigns after CNN revealed his racist and sexist posts, reviving criticism of Carlson's commentaries. Carlson is set to address the controversy Monday.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kristin Urquiza, whose father died due to COVID-19, about the obituary she wrote for him, which is a scathing indictment of politician's failures to control the virus.
A letter on the importance of open debate was published by Harper's Magazine this week and was signed by more than 150 prominent writers and thinkers, fueling a controversy over debate and privilege.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Cesar Conde, chairman of the NBCUniversal News Group, about the 50% challenge he announced for diversifying hiring and training at the news organization.
The agency that oversees international media such as Voice of America is examining visa renewals "case-by-case." Denial could mean expulsion from the U.S. and a return to hostile home countries.
Dozens of foreign nationals working in the U.S. for Voice of America may have to leave the country, putting some at risk of retribution from their nations' governments.