A court extended the detention of the Wall Street Journal reporter, arrested on espionage charges, until Jan. 30, Russian news agencies reported. Gershkovich and the Journal deny the allegations.
Doomscrolling won't help the people who are suffering and it might put you into a state of chronic stress. A psychiatrist who works with trauma shares advice for how to process global tragedy.
The Walt Disney Co. announced its fourth quarter and yearly earnings on Wednesday. Revenues for the quarter and year grew 5% and 7%, respectively.
F.L. "Bubba" Copeland said he was under an "internet attack" after an Alabama website published photos of him in women's clothing and makeup. His death puts a spotlight on media ethics.
As a foreign correspondent, Mike Shuster was eyewitness to historic events from Moscow to the Mideast. In the U.S., his coverage of the John Gotti trial led to a momentous FCC ruling on expletives.
Cultural figureheads are expected to speak out about world events. But some are facing real-world consequences for making public declarations about the present conflict.
The New Yorker's profile of Minhaj said he exaggerated or made up stories for effect in his comedy specials. Here's how the comic responded in a 21-minute video.
The BBC and The New York Times are among the news outlets revisiting their coverage of a deadly blast at a Gaza hospital. They relied on Hamas as an authoritative source of information.
Russian-American journalist Alsu Kurmasheva is the second U.S. journalist to be detained in Russia this year. Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was arrested for alleged spying in March.
The streamer plans to open physical stores — dubbed Netflix House — offering retail, dining and content-themed entertainment. It's unclear if they'll sell DVDs.
Baron became executive editor of The Washington Post in 2013, just a few months before Jeff Bezos bought the paper. He predicts a second Trump presidency would be a "government of vengeance."
The Washington Post plans to cut 240 jobs, or 10% of its workforce, through voluntary buyouts. Leaders said they had been "overly optimistic" about growth.
The Post had been "overly optimistic" about its growth in readership, subscriptions and ads for the past two years, interim CEO Patty Stonesifer wrote in an email to staff.
As Florida's established newspapers wither, a leading regional publisher says old rules no longer apply. Politicians and corporate interests say they have to pay him to ensure positive coverage.
To talk about the current state of climate disinformation, we checked in with three NPR reporters who have reported on climate, disinformation and the media.