The L.A. Times is the latest in a string of media outlets to cut staff, citing economic headwinds. Leaders say 74 journalists will lose their jobs.
CNN's embattled CEO, Chris Licht, is out after a turbulent first year that included layoffs, a botched town hall with former President Donald Trump and a no-holds-barred profile in The Atlantic.
Prince Harry took the stand on Tuesday. He accused British tabloids of hounding him, hacking his phone, trying to bribe his friends — and inadvertently leading to his mother's 1997 death.
Savannah Morning News and Athens Banner-Herald staff say they have the numbers to formalize a union.
Journalists at 24 Gannett newspapers decimated by financial cuts are protesting the failure of contract negotiations to resolve what they say is low pay and increasingly stressful working conditions.
Journalists at Gannett newsrooms in seven states are set to walk out Monday in a strike to protest working conditions. It's the largest such action in the company's history.
USA Today has named Terence Samuel, a veteran political journalist who has helped to lead NPR's newsroom since 2017, to be its next editor in chief.
Sino Monthly, run by a local couple, stands out among New Jersey's Chinese-language news outlets, most of which are tied to institutions from the Chinese government to the Falun Gong.
From Australia to Canada, Big Tech has resisted lawmakers' efforts to force them to pay news publishers for carrying their articles. Now, that battle is playing out in California.
Warner Bros. Discovery's new streaming platform lopped off the individual credits for writers, directors and producers. After TV and film unions condemned the move, the streaming giant apologized.
Maynard Eaton, multi-award-winning journalist and media communications professional, with a career spanning over five decades, died late Tuesday evening in his sleep after a brief battle with lung cancer, according to his family.
A Russian court extended the detention of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich for another three months on Tuesday. The American journalist faces unsubstantiated charges of espionage.
Investigators found Trump's appointee at the U.S. Agency for Global Media repeatedly abused his power. "It just takes one's breath away," says David Seide, a lawyer who represented whistleblowers.
The case was brought by plaintiffs who said the social media company aided and abetted terrorism. Based on its opinion, the Supreme Court sent a related case involving Google back to the lower courts.
The magazine called her a true influencer, with her variety of lifestyle books, television shows, and product lines. Stewart said on Instagram that she wants to inspire people to try new things.