A law to protect people engaged in journalism from having to reveal sources gets blocked by Sen. Tom Cotton.
'Real' Journalists Recognize That Prosecuting Julian Assange Poses a Grave Threat to Freedom of the Press
The Justice Department’s discretion is the only thing that protects them from a similar fate.
Priscilla Villarreal found herself in a jail cell for publishing two routine stories. A federal court still can't decide what to do about that.
Meanwhile more and more Americans say that they are avoiding news coverage.
Newspapers deserve a great deal of credit for the expansion of freedom over the past 200 years. But the media have lost credibility.
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A business model where outrage is exploited for clicks describes both social media and the news media.
If the new trustbusters get their way, tech platforms might be forced to pay money to traditional news outlets for the privilege of linking to their content.
It may be time to hire a libel service.
"And Rahm, you done, I'm expectin' resignation..."
Popcorn and predators.
As print papers continue their decline, cable programs and mobile content are picking up the slack.
The U.S. has a satisfactory score, but our country could do a lot better.
The Huffington Post's decision to dump Trump news among "stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette" proves controversial.
Journalists do a bad job telling you about what's really changing in the world because we miss the stories that happen slowly.